Culture Education is an essential aspect of the curriculum. Understanding this importance and glorifying Indian traditions with the young generation, Sagar Public School celebrates Janmashtami every year.
Janmashtami also was known as Gokulashtami is an annual Hindu festival. It is celebrated as the birthday of Krishna. Krishna is the eighth avatar of Vishnu. The sole objective of Sri Krishna’s birth and to celebrate Janmashtami is to free the Earth from the evilness.
The pre primary students came traditionally dressed as Radha and Krishna. A splendidly colorful program was organized by the children and staff of the school; where students presented songs, dance performances and a short role play. An awareness on Janmashtami, the mythological stories on Krishna, Radha, Kans – through plays and narrations; were presented to the children.
A skit with diverse ‘Leelas’ of Sri Krishna, was enacted by the students illustrating the fact that whenever there will be dominance of malevolence ‘He’ will reincarnate to destroy the evil and save the good. It was nonetheless brought to life by the scintillating dance performances that represented His ‘Leelas’ and depicted the importance of the occasion. This was followed by a couple of group songs on the childhood of Sri Krishna.