Diwali 2018

The celebration of Diwali, ‘the festival of lights’ came alive at Aspen on 6th of November when the entire school had a festive look with diyas, lanterns, rangoli and the bright colors of children attires. The painting of diyas done by little ones the previous day added the perfect setting to the festivity. The song ‘Happy Diwali’ brought out the essence of festival – celebration of life and goodness. The day started with Diwali story…we talked about the significance of the festival – how good always conquered the evil and also about why and how Diwali is celebrated in different regions. Besides sensitizing students to the ill effects of crackers, we also shared the guidelines on being safe while bursting them. After the story of Diwali, children were engaged in coloring activity and were excited to do rangoli with flowers. The celebrations ended with lantern making which was a take away along with diya…

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