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DIWALI CELEBRATION (III-V)
Event Start Date : 02/11/2021 Event End Date 02/11/2021

DIWALI CELEBRATION (III-V)

'Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light' (J.K. Rowling). The students of DAV PUBLIC SCHOOL, SECTOR-49, GURUGRAM not only believe in this but also practice it with full enthusiasm and happiness. Even amidst the present Covid-19 scenario, the students celebrated Diwali, the festival of lights with immense joy and pride. They participated in a plethora of Diwali related activities to get into the festive mood and ring in Diwali with the right spirit and in grand style. While the students of Class III took part in 'Thali Decoration' activity, the Class IV students participated in 'Corner Decoration' activity and the Class V participants showed their creativity through the 'Rangoli Making' activity. The theme for all the above mentioned mass activities was 'Festivity'. The students used a variety of materials easily available at home such as old bottles, boxes, colours , waste materials, flowers, diyas etc. These activities really gave the students a great opportunity to express their imagination and creativity. Each presentation was unique, eye catchingly colourful and attractive. Apart from these activities, the students also made various Diwali themed decor items as their W.E. activity. Class III and IV students made paper lanterns(Kandils) and diyas on CD and the Class V students made wall hangings and lanterns. It was really encouraging to see the children taking part in these activities  with great zeal and joy. On 2nd November, a Special Morning Assembly was held in all the classes in which the students enjoyed watching the Diya Dance performance and then did the 'Diya Decoration' activity. By the end of the session, all the students had their self designed diyas! The beaming faces of the students as they held their diyas in their hands was indeed a lovely sight. In this manner the primary DAVIANS welcomed Diwali with joy and hope in their hearts and celebrated a 'Green Diwali' with lights, beauty and colours.