As Delhi Public School is an educational institution, Vasant Panchami is celebrated with full zeal and devotion. This year, this auspicious day was celebrated with enthusiasm and devotion. Special Sarawathi Pooja was performed. The pooja was attended by the students and staff.
Diwali is celebrated to symbolise the victory of goodness over evil power. It was celebrated with great pomp and conscious burning of crackers at campus. On this day, children made traditional “diyas”. We ended the day with burning the effigy of Ravan.
We grndly celebrated Rakshabandhan, “The Bond of Protection”; a universal Indian festival to strengthen the bond between brothers and sisters. The girls tied sacred Rakhis to the wrists of boys. In return, all the sisters received a pledge of protection.
Pongal is the harvesting festival and a traditional thanks-giving occasion to nature. Students participated in various traditional activities like rangoli- making, floral arts, ethnic wear, kite flying, concoction of gooseberries sprinkled on the heads of youngsters, pongal making in the earthen pot and dandiya around Bhogifire. We made our students learn about the significance of celebrating pongal by showcasing our traditions and culture.
Christmas is a day of joy to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Students prepared a different and creative Christmas crib. The Christmas tree was decorated with lights and gifts. Students sang Christmas carols and Santa Claus entertained the gathering with dance, singing and distributing gifts. Students illustrated the birth of Jesus through skits.
Sweeter than honey, taster than curd is the power of the name Lord Krishna. “The main significance of Janmashtami is to encourage goodwill and celebrate togetherness. On this occasion, Dahi handi was organized separately for boys, girls and staff. It was ended by gratitude to supporters making a grand success.
The students and faculty celebrated the festival with gaiety and grandeur. The entire DPS devoted a lot of time in decoration.The school rejoiced in religious spirit. All the class 10 students with Principal took part in pooja.