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DIWALI CELEBRATION IN GIS KATARGAM

Diwali celebration across India is done with great excitement and grandeur uniting the whole country. Candlelights, earthen lamps, homes filled with a sweet smell of delightful sweets, the warmth of families & friends and the chill of the upcoming winter season, that’s how we’d like to paint a perfect picture of Diwali celebration in India.Diwali—the “festival of lights” is the biggest festival in India, mainly celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains around the world. Commemorating the victory of good over evil, it is also an opportunity for people to move on, let go of past grudges, and make merry.

There is nothing more culturally exuberating than the celebration of an auspicious festival like Diwali, or as some people call it Deepavali. It presents with itself a time of the year where every individual reminisces of family, friends, home, togetherness, and many other aspects that this religious and socially auspicious festival brings together. It is much more than a celebration of folklore, it is childhood memories, it is being back with all family members after a long-time and it is the fireworks that light up the sky.

People usually wear new clothes on the night of Diwali, share gifts with each others.


In most of the regions, Lord Ganesha, who is the god of wisdom and auspiciousness is worshipped on the day of Diwali. In West Bengal, Diwali is celebrated to worship goddess Kali, who is the goddess of Shakti, which means power and energy.

This Year of 2022 , Gajera International School , Katargam celebrated GREEN DIWALI with great joy and enthusiasm. This GREEN DIWALI was celebrated with eco friendly decorative items.

GISK Learners celebrated GREENDIWALI by making attractive Diya Decoration ,handmade Archway by using flower petals and leaves. Learners also enjoyed making Diwali Greeting Cards. RANGOLI MAKING Competition was conducted for learners for higher grades using different flowers. This is how Gajera International School,Katargam Celebrated Green Diwali....

HAPPY DIWALI TO ALL !!!





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