Sri Venkateshwar International School Going To Celebrate GANESHA- MY FRIEND!
18 Sep, 2019
Summary: Today’s generation is moving away from the cultural and traditional ethics and also festivals. The lack is somewhere in our education system, Sri Venkateshwar International School takes steps for creating a bridge between students and their parents and grandparents. For this, on behalf of the auspicious festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, students of class 1 of this school have organized an event ‘GANESHA-MY FRIEND’ to be held on 21st September’19.
On this amazing event, the factor which distinguishes it from other school events is that it has invited the family to be a part of this event so that all can grasp the divine blessings from Lord Ganesha together. The school never fails to enjoy various festivals and occasions happening in our country and to strengthen these bonds among their students and their families, school always incorporates in such kind of activities.
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