Rakhi Festival Celebration in Advance @ Greenwood, Erragattugutta

29/08/2023, Tue

@Erragattugutta, (M) Branch #Greenwood High School

The Rakhi festival was celebrated in advance with enthusiasm and warmth at our Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy on 29th August 2023. The event brought together students, teachers, and staff to honor the special bond between siblings.

Colorful Rakhis adorned with intricate designs were exchanged, symbolizing the strong connection between brothers and sisters.

The school Director Sri. Dr. G Bharadwaja Naidu, who took part in the event along with the Academic Principal – Sri. VVVNaveen Kumar and Administrative Principal – Sri T. Pavan Kumar, delivered a heartfelt speech during the Rakhi festival celebration, emphasizing the importance of fostering strong relationships and bonds within the school community.

Expressing appreciation for the cultural significance of Rakhi, the Director sir highlighted how the festival serves as a reminder of the values of love, respect, and unity. The Director’s speech encouraged students to cherish and uphold these values, contributing to a harmonious and close-knit school environment.

The traditional Rakhi ceremony, complete with the tying of the sacred thread and the sharing of sweets, created an atmosphere of joy and unity. Through this celebration, the school embraced the essence of Rakhi, fostering a sense of love, respect, and togetherness among the entire school community.

In preparation for the Rakhi festival celebration at our school, a creative and engaging activity took place where students came together to make Rakhis. The art and craft session,under the mentorship of Art and craft staff Banaja Sahoo and Santhosh Rao, was filled with excitement as students showcased their creativity by designing unique Rakhis using a variety of materials. From vibrant threads to decorative elements, each Rakhi was a reflection of the student’s individuality.

The atmosphere was abuzz with laughter and collaboration as students shared ideas and helped one another craft these special tokens of affection. The process not only encouraged artistic expression but also emphasized the values of camaraderie and the significance of the festival.

The handmade Rakhis produced during this activity added a personal touch to the celebration as the brothers and sisters who are studying in this campus had the opportunity to use in the celebration symbolizing the love and effort put into creating something meaningful for their siblings.

The event not only allowed students to showcase their artistic talents but also immersed them in the cultural spirit of Rakhi, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation among the school community.

The Head of the Telugu Department Jampala Ramesh, along with other teachers, played an active role in organizing this event. The school management appreciated all the teachers, staff and students who took up responsivities in organizing this event in very grand and flamboyant way. Eventually, this event not only celebrated the bond between siblings but also reinforced the sense of community within our school. It was a delightful occasion that left lasting memories and a sense of connectedness among all participants.

Compiled by G Krishna Rao (Teacher of English)

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