Aspen celebrated Makar Sankranthi with utmost zeal and enthusiasm. Makar Sankranthi is a harvest festival celebrated and is believed traditionally to mark the arrival of spring in India. Our school was decked up with kites of vibrant and glittering colours. A clay pot was decorated and surrounded by painted rangoli and sugarcanes.
Children were narrated the significance of the festival and how it is celebrated in various states of India.
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