Celebration of festival is an art and when this celebration is involved with kids, it becomes blithesome!
With India’s rich heritage and history there is no dearth of festivities and celebrations. Just followed by the English new year, In the Indian subcontinent the year starts with Lohri, Makar Sankranti and Pongal – which are nothing but different extracts from the same essence!
Significance lies in not just going on a celebration spree but in also knowing that each festivity commemorates a new beginning, invoke blessings or the win of good. Automatically what happens is that love and respect for cultures and religions grows on a child from a very young age. Thence a child is welcomed and amalgamated into diverse societies with ease.
As you know by now, the ELP segment at CPSGS ANN spares no excuse to fill pails of grandeur moments into our little wide-eyed learners lives.
Children looked sparkling in their frills and ruffles. The Why ‘s and How’s were answered with a virtual tour of shankranthi celebrated in rural India and a warli art to depict the festival on paper.
Oh! How we wish we could deliver sweet meats through this magic portal the pandemic has created ! Hey, but wait! Is the pandemic still in existence?! We won’t be able to tell!