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RAKSHA BANDHAN CELEBRATIONAS AT ABHYASA - 24-08-2010
Relationships are the essence of any festivity and it holds true for any Indian festival. Raksha Bandhan is a celebration of one such relation - that of a brother and a sister. Demonstrating Abhyasa’s belief in its core value of Vasudaiva Kutumbakam, Raksha Bandhan programme was organized. True to its belief, the occasion involves a pledge of life-time practice of moral, cultural and spiritual values. The values and the sentiments attached to the rituals of this festival are worth inculcating by the whole human race, the sentiments of harmony and peaceful coexistence., brothers and sisters tie Rakhis on this particular day in order to bring back the oneness of the family, binding the family together in an emotional bond of love. The sequence of the programme went on as below.
Without disturbing the classes much, the programme was arranged during 8.00 to 11.00 so that the family members of Abhyasa could enjoy the fragrance of the festival. Mrs.Veena Venugopal and Mrs.Leelavathi honoured all their brothers from the teaching community, adorning their wrists with colourful Rakhis. The students displayed amazing energy levels to organize a very entertaining programme. All the biological siblings existing in Abhyasa were called to centralized platforms and lots of fun games were conducted. The brothers were asked to make garlands for their sisters. Followed by a ‘ring’ game for them, which was very entertaining. The pairs who lost in the game were asked to do something that entertains their siblings. Master Sawan, Miss Roshini emerged as winners in the game. There were dances, claps, and many acts were performed by the students in this regard. There was another interesting activity wherein the hands of all the sisters were tied together and the brothers were asked to identify their sister’s hand. The added flavor during the programme was the jokes session by Master Sireesh.
The programme concluded with all the Abhyasa sisters tying Raakhis to all their Abhyasa brothers...
Another colourful event remained in the memory at Anubhav-The Amphi Theatre!
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