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Friday, August 23, 2019

Janmashtami Celebrated by Grade I to Grade-VI at Witty Kids Chikoowadi

Hathi Ghoda PalkiJai Kanhaiya Laal ki

Sweeter than honey, tastier than curd, pleasanter indeed than any happiness and joy is the company, is the power of the name of Krishna. Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with all fervor and heightened spirits throughout the country A major significance of Janmashtami is the victory of Good over Evil.
To understand the importance of Indian traditions, Janmashtami was celebrated at Witty Kids with mirth and joy. All children came dressed in traditional attire. Boys came dressed as ‘Krishna’ and girls as pretty ‘Radha’. Beautiful decorations were put up to make this event more cheerful and colourful.
The students of grade I conducted a special assembly. The assembly started with a speech throwing light on the festival of Janmashtami. A skit depicting the pranks of Krishna - breaking the matki of the Gopikas and stealing maakhan was enjoyed by all.  A mesmerizing dance performance raised the spirits high of this festivity. The highlight of the programme was the Dahi Handi performance by the little ones, marking the celebration of the festival.
The students of Grade II-VI had a lovely pot decoration activity. The celebration was truly entertaining and educating. Just like the life of Lord Krishna, the day was full of colours, music and enjoyment. 

Janmashtami Celebration at Witty World, Udaipur

"Murli Manohar, Brij ki darohar,
Vo nandlal Gopala hai,
Bansi ki dun par sab dukh harnewala, 
Murli Manohar aane wala hai."

Janmashtami is an auspicious day. Someone special was born on this day; born to fight against inhumanity; born to re-create love in this world. Janmashtami is a festival celebrated as Lord Krishna’s birth.
Little Wittians at Witty World celebrated the festival of Janmashtami on 23rd August, 2019, Friday. Little charming Krishnas and pretty Radhas made the  atmosphere at Witty World festive!!  The ball pool area was beautifully decorated. To add to the excitement, a skit on birth of Lord Krishna was presented  by the toddlers and teachers. Kids enjoyed the performance and the dahi handi activity tremendously. As a recap children added their creativity to the worksheet on Lord Krishna. It was an enjoyable day and  all the children  were on  top of the world!

Visit to the Salon by Jr.KG Section (2019-20), Witty World, Bangur Nagar

What secrets are revealed
Whilst mirrored in that chair
All caped or gowned and waiting
For the trusted hairdresser to share
As scissors work at a frenzy
Feverishly between cuts and snips
She listens intently with friendly ears
Empathy at her finger tips
Day after day week after week
So many tales does she acquaint
Remaining focused in the task in hand
But with the patience of the saint.
Children are generally fearful of going for a haircut! Children of Witty World Bangur Nagar. Goregaon (West) we're taken to salon on Thursday, August 22nd 2019, in keeping with the theme of the month   ,to meet the children of Junior KG section and to give them a first  hands on experience and what magic a scissor can do !Teachers along with the hairdresser gave a first-hand experience of the equipment to the  children . Our little Wittians enjoyed to the fullest and this experience will help them get over their fears of going for a haircut! 

Janmashtami celebrated at WIS, Udaipur

I am little Krishna, dark and cute,
This is my calf, and this is my flute....
When Vrindavan is sleeping, 
I play my flute to invite the gopis to dance to My flute.

Krishna Janmashtami is a festival celebrated by the people of Hindu religion every year. It is celebrated as a birth anniversary of the Lord Krishna. Pre-Primary Section of Witty International School, Udaipur celebrated Janmashtami on 23rd August 2019.
Children were at their best, wearing traditional attire to celebrate the day with gaiety. The little kanhaiyas and gopis danced on the tunes of devotional songs of Lord Krishna. The little ones also presented a skit on the birth of Lord Krishna. They enacted the roles of Lord Krishna, Kansa, Nandlal and yashoda mayya peeping into the past days of his life. Sri Krishna as Natkhat makhan chor stole the hearts of everyone. Children also enjoyed doing Lord Krishna’s worksheet and the most fun and frolic awaited event- “Dahi-Handi” activity marked the occasion.

The festive attire and the energetic Janmashtami music swayed all of us into an environment which made us feel the presence of the Lord Almighty amongst us.


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