“Do good and good will come to you.”
Diwali is celebrated in the remembrance of the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after spending 14 years in the forests. It is celebrated in the month of October or November every year. It is the journey from darkness to light. We at Shree H. J. Gajera English Medium School, primary section celebrate Diwali every year by organizing some activities for our learners.
We also did it this year where we organized activities one for the boys and another for the girls of grade 6th and 7th. The girls were asked to make eco-friendly rangoli and boys on the other hand created articles for decoration by using ecofriendly material.
STD-I to V also participated in various Diwali Decoration Activity from their home which was captured in cameras.
STD I & II :Diwali Card Making Activity with Eco-friendly Material
STD III & IV :Lantern Making and Diya Making Activity
STD V : Colourful Candle Making Activity
The motive of behind this activity was to boost creativity of these young minds and also to spread awareness of reducing pollution by use of nature friendly decorative articles. The girls designed extremely artistic rangoli which were looking very beautiful as they used vibrant colors for preparing them. Many of them used such color combination that their design looked lively and amazing. Some of them used organic colors which were made from flower petals while some also used leaves. Boys on the other side prepared beautiful decorative items. By using old and wasted papers they created colorful lamps. Some of them also made lanterns from colored card sheet and cardboards. One of them also made decorative bangles candle using colorful bangles which looked beautiful when lighted. This celebration bought joy and smiles on the faces of our learners and also taught them the ways of using ecofriendly material to create something very innovative and useful also it helped to improve and increase their creativity.
With this we wish you all A Happy Diwali And Prosperous New Year. May this Diwali illuminate your life with lights and colours. Have a Safe and Green Diwali!