Hathi Ghora Palki, Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki.
Festivals are an integral part of our rich culture and heritage. Janmashtami is a day to reminisce about the birth of Lord Krishna and celebrate the naughty childhood mischief in his mystic innocence. Prideens enjoyed celebrating Janmashtami, the festival of the birthday of Laddoo Gopal. Dressed up as little Krishnas and Radhas, Prideens brought Vrindavan alive. The celebration was at its peak when the little angels danced to the songs of Shri Krishna. Students enlightened us about true worship and love with the bhajans like Achutam Keshwam. Proud Prideens enhanced their fine motor and creative skills by making flutes, crowns, Matkees, etc. The pride and the joy of children could be felt while they virtually swung Baby Krishna’s Jhula and sang the Krishan Arti.