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Special Assemblies and Activities to Celebrate Diwali

Maxfort School Rohini cherished the pious occasion of Diwali with gleams of diyas, echo of chants, delight of sweets and infinite goodness on Tuesday, 2 November 2021. The virtual celebration continued with happiness, rejuvenation and elation and special assemblies were presented by Grade V, VIII and XI.

The day commenced with desires and hope by remembering the Almighty, paying tribute to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha, the reflection of prosperity and good fortune respectively. Skit, dance and music created a delightful treat for all present. Soulful rendition of festive songs brought out the essence of the festival -celebration of life and goodness which was presented by the students with full vigour.

The creative extravaganza of skit presentations pervaded the unique message of the ill-effects of crackers on this auspicious occasion by encouraging the use of Indian products/diyas on Diwali. It also promoted drive against child labour and kindness to all. All the participants rocked the show with the blend of cosmic tune and divine vision. The spirit of Diwali came alive with a prosperous and divine prospective after viewing the spectacular dance presentations.


Respected Principal ma’am, Dr. Ratna Chakravarty inspired the ambience with her glorious persona. Honourable ma’am highlighted the significance of Diwali and related festivals to the Maxfortians. In her words of wisdom, she motivated the students to celebrate a pollution-free Diwali. She re-iterated the benevolent message of ‘Say No to Crackers’. Respected ma’am elaborated that our real dhan is our health and we pray for physical, mental, emotional, spiritual well-being of all. She motivated the students to stay indoors and celebrate a green and safe Diwali.

Festivals are not only meant for celebration. They provide an opportunity to educate the children about the culture and traditions. With the same perspective, a series of activities was organized like ‘Glitter Lantern Making’ for the students of Grade Pre-school to enhance their fine motor skills, a ‘SHAPE STREAMER’, an art and craft activity for Grade I with the purpose to enhance creative, observation, comparison, arranging and ordering skills of the students , a creative ‘Crafty Diwali’ activity for Grade II  to improve their creative skills, focus and concentration while creating any one of the following – lantern, toran, paper diya, wall hanging, greeting   card,  diya/candle holder, recycled CDs lamps, newspaper wall hanging etc, an activity ’Yummy Dessert- Coconut Laddoo’ for the students of Grade III where children were required to prepare the dessert as a gift to their dear ones , to create awareness among the students, a poster making activity on the topic ‘ *Eco friendly Diwali’* for the students of Grade IV  and ‘Rangoli Pattern activity’ for Grade V with the objective to enhance understanding of Patterns while creating a beautiful Rangoli pattern.

The whole school immersed in serenity to relish the victory of good over evil. At the end, Diwali feast was organised for the facilitators wherein the Maxfort Family had a rejuvenating time and celebrated the festival of lights.

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