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Bhavan’s Kindergartens celebrate the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
October 10, 2017, 5:09 pm

‘Gandhi Jayanti’ is one of the most important national festivals of India, which is celebrated on 2 October. It is the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhiji, who is also called as the ‘Father of the Nation’.

This day is celebrated by Indians all over the world by remembering Gandhiji’s virtues and his role as one of the greatest freedom fighters of India. Achieving freedom through non-violence is one of the best examples, and he made the entire world realize that nothing can be achieved through war and terrorism. Schools celebrate this day by conducting assemblies and tableaus; depicting the struggles through which he helped the people of India to attain freedom.

The kindergarten wing of Bhavans Indian Educational School (IES) and Jack and Jill, too celebrated this day to show reverence to the father of the nation.

Jack and Jill conducted an assembly, where a young speaker, Lokhasudhan Chandra Mohan from LKG-F, spoke very confidently about Gandhiji. Video clips about the freedom struggle and the famous Dandi March led by Gandhiji were played on the screen for the children. An activity pertaining to the day was done in the classrooms of both IES and Jack and Jill.


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