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Celebration of Diwali 2022

 




πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰Students of JVPS enthusiastically organized the special assembly on auspicious festival of Deewali.
πŸͺ” The celebration started with Morning Prayer. School campus was fully decorated with lights, candles, and artwork from eco-friendly products. Students took special pledge to celebrate Green Deewali. They talked about the significance of the festival - how good always conquered the evil and also about why and how Diwali is celebrated across India. They played an πŸ‘€awestrucking role play sensitizing students about the ill-effects of 🧨crackers, they also shared the guidelines of environment-friendly🌳 options for celebrating Diwali.
The celebration was made more to the students’ liking by energetic bhangraπŸ•ΊπŸ»πŸ•ΊπŸ» performance. 🎼Melodies poems and songs were sung to deck out the beauty of this festival.
πŸŽ‰Wonderful presentation of the assembly by the students instilled a sense of victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.
πŸͺ”Respected Director Ma’am voiced over the importance of knowledge and apprised the students to catechize the facts before following and accepting them. Ma’am wished the students a safe and green Deewali.
πŸͺ”Honourable Principal of our school guided the students in her speech on the topic of eco-friendly Diwali. She also suggested the Vatikans not to use firecrackers as it causes a lot of air pollution .
πŸŽ‰ To make this day more enjoyable and memorable for Vtikans , various activities were conducted such as footprint crafts πŸ‘£, Wall Hanging Making πŸͺ‚, Rangoli Making were conducted for all the students and they participated energetically.
πŸͺ”Let us keep Diwali holding it close to our hearts for its meaning never ends and its spirit is the warmth and joy of remembering friend.

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