Dusshera Celebrations by Young Learners at Samsidh Group of Schools

Dussehra Celebrations

 The victory of good over evil, joy over sorrow, virtue over vices... The festival of Dussehra was celebrated with joy and happiness by the students of MLZS E city. The students depicted the fight of Lord Rama and Lord Ravana to win seetaji back from Lanka. In the celebration of victory of Lord Rama, the students danced, sang and burnt the effigy of Ravana. This function also the celebrations and culmination of the Joy of giving week. The staff appreciated the contribution done by the students and their much valued effort to make a difference in so many children’s lives.
MLZS Vidyaranyapura 

Mount Litera Zee School, North organised wonderful and colourful Dandiya celebrations on 10th of October as a part of Dasara festival. The day began with a special assembly on Dasara followed by the Garba. Not only students and teachers but also parents enthusiastically participated in the event with their colourful traditional attire. 

There was nonstop dancing, electrifying energy, captivating beats, and of course the rhythmic clitter clatter of sticks. In addition to this the highlight of the day were the stalls put by the students of grade 5, 6 & 7. Students came up with great ways to introduce themselves to the world of food making art. 

There were junior chefs with chatpata aloo chat, tasty pani puri, Bhel, yummy Halwa and Gulabjamun, healthy sandwich, popcorn, groundnut chats and many others. There was also a stall of games where students & parents tried their luck. 

Students have put up the stalls of key chains, loom band sand earrings. Parents were very happy to see their children as entrepreneurs working together as a team, helping each other and ready to deal with any tricky situation. Students, teachers and parents enjoyed the yummy dishes and appreciated the hard work of the students. 

With the concept of ‘No heat, No fire ‘students made magical recipes and made the garba event much more magical. The hard work of students was to make someone’s wish come true. The total collection of Rs 5000 from these stalls will be donated to an orphanage fulfilling some of wishes of those children.