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Guru Purnima Celebration


Holding much significance among Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists in India, Guru Purnima is the day dedicated to all the gurus and teachers, who play a crucial role in steering a person towards enlightenment. As per the Hindu lunar calendar, the auspicious day is celebrated on a full moon day or Purnima, falling in Ashadha month.So JVPS organised Puppet Show for kids to tell them what is significance behind *Guru Purnima* through the story of Eklavya and Dharona Charya. They also made cards for their Principal and teachers on this special day.



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