The International Kite Festival (Uttarayan) is one of the biggest festivals celebrated. Months beforehand, homes in Gujarat begin to manufacture kites for the festival. The festival of Uttarayan marks the day when winter begins to turn into summer, according to the Indian calendar.
Makar Sankranti celebration at Gajera International school marking the end of the harvesting season in India. Known as bhogali Bihu, Makar Sankranti, Lohri and Pongal, learners celebrated this occasion, Colorful kites were shown to the learners with talks on different types of delicacies were the activities of the day. The celebration was in premises into a small India as learners came dressed in their own cultural attires. From Assam to Punjab and to Kerala and Tamilnadu, all of India was here today. Small drama was done by educators and learners on base on safety rules and taking care of birds while flying the kites for uttrayan.
Worshipping the cow is a custom in Hindu tradition. This is Called Gopooja,to keep this in mind Gopooja done by Principal and Vice Principal in our premises. Much importance is given to gopooja in our PURANAS. Goupooja represents the worship of Goddess Kamadhenu, the Gomatha. She fulfills all your wishes. Performaing Gou Pooja can remove all negativity and bestow you with wealth, happiness, and prosperity in life.