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Educational Institution celebrate Raksha bandhan across Jammu
8/25/2018 9:40:29 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 25: Various educational institutions across Jammu province celebrated Raksha-bandhan with great fervor and enthusiasm.
Students of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Public Higher Secondary School Jammu celebrated Rakhi Festival on Saturday in the school Auditorium. The Tiny Tots of the Pre-Primary wing came dressed in Traditional Attire. The Girl students of school tied Rakhi's to boys and share chocolates and sweets. Later the students participated in a Rakhi making competition, following which the Rakhi made by the students were displayed. Principal Gurtaj Singh talked to students about the importance of the festival . Principal also appreciate many students who tied Rakhi's on plants and trees as the pledge to protect them for a healthy environment.

JK Montessorie British school celebrated Raksha bandhan, the festival of brother sister love with great fervor and enthusiasm in the school premises here today. The programme started with the speech of the students of class 4th, organized a special event to educate children about the significance of the festival, Group song also presented by children of different classes - "Bhaiya Mere Rakhi Ke Bandhan ko nibana---". The programme also witnessed "Rakhi making activity aimed at to promote creativity among the students. It was truly a delight to watch the young hands of little artisians put together intricate materials, ornaments sequins etc to deliver beautiful and extremely creative master pieces. Teachers preached the students about significance of the festival and exhibited the bond of love by Rhymes and story telling. Parents also participated in the event by sending beautiful messages by their kids to exchange while the sisters were typing Rakhi to boys.
Primary wing of Nav Adarsh Higher Secondary School, Kathua had a special event to educate children about the significance of Rakshabandhan festival. In this event children were familiarized with the customs and rituals followed on Rakshabandhan. Children were told about the sacred bond between a brother and sister and how rakhi symbolizes the sister's love and prayers for her brother's well-being and the brother's life long vow to protect her. Rakshabandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate bond between brothers and sisters. To strengthen this bond 'Rakhi Making Activity' was done where Students made colourful eye catching rachis in the school. Girls celebrated the occasion by preparing handmade rakhis for their brothers and boys made beautiful 'Thank you' cards for their sisters.
MHAC Nagbani Jammu celebrated the auspicious festival of Raksha Bandhan today in school premises, with a lot of fun and Fanfare. Raksha Bandhan celebrations were conducted by the House on Duty (Gulab) conveying the significance of this festival through a speech & a song dedicated to all brothers and sisters for their love towards each other. After the Assembly, a mass scale Rakhi Making competition for Classes III & IV & Kite Making competition (Classes V & VI) was held in the school premises under the supervision of all the Class teachers. The students were engrossed enthusiastically in making intricate & Beautiful Rakhis & also loved making Kites. Carrom Competition for Pre Senior A Boys (VII & VIII) was held during Co-Curricular Activities in which Gulab House was declared winner & Ranbir House the Runner-up. In Raking Making Competition, Rudra Singh (3A), Ayaan (3B), Bhumi Rajput (3C) bagged 1st position & Lakshya Veer Singh (4D), Rahul Arora & Nitish (4B) bagged the 1st position in the Class Category.
Bhartiya Vidya Mandir High School Udhampur organised a "Rakhi making "competition in the school premises .this competition include kite making, card making and others. The event brought out the best of the students used waste material for making these Rakhies and kites. The students also tied the sacred thread (Rakhis) to BSF and also distributed sweets among them. This endeavour is a symbol of universal brother hood and fosters the spirit of unity. Girl students tie rachis to their classmates and boys took pledge to protect their sisters and respect all women. In the end Principal Renu Sharma said such activities helps a lot to enhance the creative and innovative thinking among the students and helps to strength the bond between brothers and sisters.
British International School, Sainik Colony, Jammu, celebrated Raksha Bandhan, today marked by usual fervor and gaiety that one associates with this auspicious day. To mark the occasion a Rakhi Making, Kite Making and Thali Decoration Competitions were held. Students made attractive rakhis with different materials and presented them in trays decorated with other auspicious items like rice, vermilion, sweets etc. Children tied Rakhis on the wrists of their classmates and teachers and were appraised about its importance. The celebration of the festival which signifies the beautiful bond of trust and protection helps the students to nurture a healthy relationship amongst all at school. It underlines the notion that everybody should live in harmony and speaks about the rich culture and tradition of India which makes our country extraordinary.
Mount Litera Zee School, Anand Nagar, Bohri, Jammu and its junior wing Kidzee celebrated "Raksha Bandhan" with great enthusiasm and joy. On this auspicious occasion, a special assembly was conducted in which the students delivered speech on the importance of "Raksha Bandhan" and a demonstration was given to them regarding this festival. Manikarnika Bhasin, Principal made the children familiarized with the customs and rituals followed on "Raksha Bandhan". It is a festival based on the sacred bond between a brother and a sister. The name of the festival itself gives the meaning that for the raksha (protection) of her sister her brother is always there and truly respect their bandhan.
Bal Shishu Shiksha Kendra (BSSK) High School, Kaluchak celebrated Raksha Bandhan festival with great enthusiasm. On the occasion Sushil Singh Charak, Founder Cum Chairman Nations Development Association NDA, Principal and other staff members were present. The tiny tots of Pre- Primary wing came dressed in traditional attire. Kindergarten girls tied Rakhi on the wrist of boys who in turn offered gifts for new eternal bond of holy love between brother and sister. The students from classes 1st to 5th participated in the colourful rakhi making competition and made colourful rakhis for the Social Activities of NDA. Principal Anju Bakshi explained the meaning of Raksha Bandhan to the students and appreciated the efforts put by the students in making Rakhis creatively. Classes 6th to 10th participated in the kite flying competition which was organized as an inter house competition.
Raksha Bandhan, a festival of pious bond between brother and sister was celebrated at Vishwa Bharati Senior Secondary School, Akalpur Morh, Jammu. A special morning assembly was organised in which the students delivered speeches on the importance of celebrating Raksha Bandhan as a vow taken by the brothers for the protection of their sisters throughout their life.
A rakhi colouring competition was also organised in Primary Wing of the school and the tiny tots filled beautiful colours in different types of Rakhies. School Principal Annapurna Koul, also greeted the students on the eve of Raksha Bandhan and explained its meaning before the students as both the brothers and sisters are bound to protect each other in their whole life
Dewan Devi Playway, Higher Secondary School celebrated 'Raksha Bandhan' with great enthusiasm. Students took part in a variety of cultural activities. Rakhi Making competition was held in the school premises. Students prepared beautiful Rakhies to be tied on their brother's wrist. The Principal of the school Seloni Anand addressed the students that besides bookish knowledge, the students have to become fit and best personalities in the time to come and honour the relationship of sister and brother.
KIDZEE, a pre- school of "Zee Learn Ltd" celebrated Raksha Bandhan at its branches: - Gandhi Nagar, Channi Himmat and Talab Tillo with great enthusiasm and joy.
Special assembly was conducted in which the toddlers were given demonstration regarding this special celebration. A song and a dance item added grace to the occasion. The students also expressed their feelings about the importance of this festival.
Stepping Stone School Bari Brahmana Celebrated Raksha Bandhan Celebration in the school premises with full Enthusiasm.
Kids prepared colourful and sparkilling with the help of teachers under the supervision of special team came from SHRI RAM UNIVERSAL SCHOOL. The Relationship of Raksha Bandhan is the festival of Brother's and Sister' for on the occasion little stars performed group song,rhymes & dances with zeal.
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