Students of Desh Bhagat Global School celebrated online Krishna Janmashtami, an annual commemoration of birth of the Hindu deity Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu, on Tuesday .
Students aged two to five
were beautifully dressed up as Krishna and Radha. They placed images of
Krishna’s infancy in a cradle. In this celebration aarti and bhajans were
recited and songs related to Janmashtami were played. We could feel the
Fragrance of flowers, soothing aroma of burning camphor and jingle of the bells
filled the air by seeing all the view of students celebration. Senior students
presented a small skit that signified Janmashtami’s message of encouraging good
will and discouraging bad will.
Principal Mrs. Neha Dhall while addressing the kids spoke about the importance of the day and various aspects of Krishna’s youthful days, the dahi handi celebration and his playful and mischievous side. School secretary honourable Mrs. Tajinder Kaur said that the holy occasion brought people together and signified unity and faith. She further said all religious festivals, including Gurpurab, Eid and Christmas were celebrated at the school to promote brotherhood among children and lay the right foundation. She spoke about the festivals celebrated all over the world.