As a melting pot of countless cultures, India celebrates scores of festivals and occasions. Be it the change in seasons, the period of harvest, the New Year day, the cultural incidents, historical events, the birth of divine personalities etc and so many more such joyous reasons, all call for community gatherings and festivities.
Celebrations are an essential part of our culture to share pride, joy, love, peace, prosperity, contentment, and oneness. At Gopal’s Garden High School, we organize celebrations for various traditional festivals to inculcate feelings of unity and harmony. By coming together with shared objectives, we acknowledge who we are, where we came from, and where we’re headed.
A Learning Opportunity
Everyone looks forward to be part of these simple and yet enjoyable festivities in the school. Students dress in traditional wear , decorate the campus, sing & dance in various cultural programs, serve as volunteers during the feasts, participate in various competitions, and enjoy the festivities. These celebrations are as much a time for merriment as they are about developing an attitude of service and co-operation towards our fellow humans.
To hail our Deities, we mainly celebrate four festivals in the school, i.e. Janmashtami, Jagannath Ratha-Yatra, Pushyabhishek, and Nityananda Trayodashi.