The year 2020 brings along a few typical defining moments and lots of changes. Although Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated in a low-key manner as festivals have been confined within the four walls of the home, the enthusiasm to celebrate it remained unaltered. Celebrations are important as we get an opportunity to express our gratitude for everything we have. Festivals bring joy and lots of happiness into our lives.

Our pre-primary kids could not stop themselves from being creative enough. They made various Ganesh idols ranging from clay models to leaf art, drawing rangoli and painting. Eco-friendly Ganesha idols were sculpted by students of Std. V with the hope of eradicating all the negative elements of the celebration, and decorated with love to welcome all the happiness of the occasion. 

Wishing all a very Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!