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Friday, January 12, 2018

Festivity fervour in WIS,Atun Road, Bhilwara (Lohri and Makar Sankranti celebration, 12.01.18)

India is known as the land of contrast and diverse elements. There are many seasons and festivals that give glimpses to this encyclopaedic dichotomy of emotions, sights and the changes that happen as the seasons go by. The festival of Lohri is celebrated throughout the country in different forms, having various regional names as a harvest festival. It is called Pongal in the South, Bhugali Bihu in Assam, Bhogi in Andhra Pradesh and Sankranti in the central part of the country. Modes of celebrating Lohri are also different, but the message conveyed by the festival, that of setting aside differences and rejoicing by celebrating the end of the harvest season and the chilly winter is the same.
Students of Witty International School,Atun Road, Bhilwara enthusiastically participated in the winter fest showcasing the winter harvest festivals of India namely Lohri and Makar Sankranti on Friday, January 12,2018.
The programme started with the sharing of information about the importance of celebrating these festivals in our life. Students of Grade VIII presented a scintialling dance and rocked the floor. The celebration continued with the lighting of bonfire by the academic and admin head Mrs Abha Mittal.
The festivals were celebrated with great gaiety and splendour.
Fun and frolic marked the occasion, traditional Prasad of revri and popcorns was distributed to everyone.



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