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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Makar Sankranti Celebration at WIS, Atun Road, Bhilwara ( Grade 1 and 2, 14.01.2020)

Praising the major feast – “Makar Sankranti”

The sun rises with new hope
Kites fly with vigour
Crops are ready to be harvested
All denoting hope,
Joy and abundance.
 Every year  Makar Sankranti is celebrated with lots of fun and joy on 14th January. Unlike all other Indian festivals Makar Sankranti has its own historical and religious significance in India. It marks the completion of the winter season and the beginning of the new harvest season. This festival is entirely devoted to Lord Sun and it also refers to a specific solar day in the Hindu calendar. This festival is also known as Uttarayan.
It has its own vibes of celebration and this transforms with the different states and religions. Makar Sankranti has different reasons and names to celebrate but the vibes of fun and joy remains the same in the heart of everyone.
We at Witty International School, Bhilwara truly believe in celebrating all the Indian festivals and making the students learn about its importance and its historical significance. Students of Grade 1 and 2 celebrated this day with lots of happiness. The students enthusiastically presented English and Hindi poems to enlighten about the festival. They performed on the beats of a melodious song.They also shared the Do’s and Don’ts about the festival.



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