Students dress up as ‘Gabrus’ and ‘Mutiyars’ on the occasion of Baisakhi celebrations
A festive spirit pervaded the premises of Spring Dale Senior School on the occasion of Baisakhi celebrations, which commenced on the eve of the festival. Attired as ‘Gabrus’ and ‘Mutiyars’, the students of classes I and II of the school set the tone for the festivities, which saw the students carrying traditional tiffin of ‘chana-puri’ and ‘halwa’ that they shared with their friends.
The school premises were decorated in a traditional manner. Moreover, the beats of the Dhol and Punjabi Folk music reverberated in the school. The teachers interacted with the students and shared with them the significance of the festival.
Seeing the exuberance and devotion of the children, Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said,” we aim to inculcate values in children through exposing them to rich cultural heritage and valuable tradition and integrate it into our system. Such things foster great learning.”
Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr. Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, Managing Trustee, Spring Dale Educational Society appreciated the involvement of the staff and students and said that such enthusiasm is essential to cultivate the spirit of the festival.
Spring Dale Senior School