Punjab

Innocent Hearts celebrated Janamashtami; Students listened to the story of Sudama and Krishna.

Punjab Tribune Bureau | August 12, 2017 05:04 PM

JALANDHAR: Innokids of Innocent Hearts (G.M.T., Loharan and C.J.R.) celebrated the festival of Janamashtami with great enthusiasm. The boys dressed as Shri Krishna and the girls dressed as Radha were very happy to portray them. The program began with a special prayer session. The cradle of Lord Krishna, decorated abundantly with flowers was the main attraction of the show. The little ones recited poems and presented skits to represent the life and stories of Lord Krishna. The tiny tots presented a Vrindavan like scene while doing dandiya dance. In the skits the students played the roles of Devki, Vasudev and Shri Krishna with great perfection. In the classes the teachers regaled the students with stories of Shri Krishna's life and gave the example of the iconic friendship between Shri Krishna and Sudama. Director Principal – Mr. Dheeraj Banati felicitated all on the occasion of Janmashtami and enlightened the students about the lessons given by Lord Krishna’s stories.    He explained to the students that they should always perform their duties with full responsibility. All festivals should be celebrated with full fervour.

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