MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School Pandharpur celebrated the Navratri celebration with great enthusiasm and fun.
“Navratri” is one of the major and important festivals celebrated to worship the goddess ‘Durga’. The festival of Navratri is celebrated in various regions. For many people, it is a time of religious reflection wherein people are seen fasting, dancing and feasting.
Preschool tiny tots of MIT VGS Pandharpur celebrated this festival in a very joyful manner and enjoyed every moment of celebration. The girls were dressed in the colourful ‘ghagra cholis’ and the boys were dressed in the beautiful ‘kurta pyjamas’. The celebration started by offering prayers to Goddess Navadurga followed by the importance of the nine days of Navratri and the nine forms of Goddess Durga and how the Navratri celebration symbolises victory over evil. Students and teachers all danced to the beats and tune of ‘Dandiya’.
This festival shows happiness, faith, devotion and a sense of unity among everyone. All the students and teachers celebrated the day with joy and cheer. The event became an excellent example of the celebration of tradition with joy and fervour at its fullest.
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