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Students celebrated Diwali through a series of
Students celebrated Diwali through a series of activities.

RANCHI. Diwali blasts the chain of sorrows and enlightens the whole world with a sparkle of joy and happiness. With this message, Junior wing of DPS Ranchi celebrated Diwali through a series of activities.

Class nursery of DPS Ranchi witnessed the sparkling performance on Diwali. They demonstrated on stage the victory of good over evil. The tiny tots dressed as the characters of Ramayan and presented a heart-winning skit on ‘Ramleela’. They embraced the lighting of diyas with a lovely poem ‘Diyon Ki Roshni’.

Class II of DPS Ranchi, presented an activity on Diwali with great enthusiasm and fervor. Through the act, children explained the importance of Diwali and how it is celebrated across the country, by cleaning the house , lighting candles and diyas and by making rangolis. Dressed in beautiful attire, children narrated the whole story and pointed out that no trace of burning crackers has been found in the mythology. They urged to have a cracker free diwali by saying ‘NO’ to crackers. Children explained how hazardous crackers are for the environment, causing air pollution and noise pollution.

Further to celebrate the festive mood and to develop an aesthetic sense amongst children, a Rangoli activity was organized for classes IV and V. Students portrayed their creativity and imagination through colorful designs and patterns of rangoli.  The whole event was entertaining and full of thrill.

On the eve of Diwali, Deeptabh aided by Delhi Public School Ranchi drew the attention through an impressive presentation that we are moving away from the fiesta of light. The theme of their presentation was ‘Green World’ and ‘Eco Friendly Diwali celebration. They emphasized our responsibility to maintain and uphold a better and safe society for ourselves. They urged to come and do a bit for the society in this Diwali.

The gracious presence of the principal Dr. Ram Singh motivated the children and he applauded the efforts of the Deeptabh students. He exhorted that these kinds of activities not only promote the traditional culture of India but also bring happiness and positivity around.  Festival is about bringing families close to each other and spreading happiness all around. He too emphasized having a NO CRACKER DIWALI and to save the earth from pollution. He gave Diwali wishes to children with a message to enjoy a happy, green and safe Diwali. This Diwali replace “sorrows with happiness and crackers with fresh air”.(updated on october 25th, 2019)
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