Celebrations

Children are exposed to all customs and traditions through celebrations.

Sl.No. Celebration
01. World Environment Day A firm determination to ensure that our world is safe. The theme being ‘Raise Your Voice!! Not the Sea Level ….
02. Hindu Samrajya Divas To know about the life of the great Indian leaders.
03. Balagangadhar Tilak Jayanthi To understand Lokmanya Tilak's contribution to philosophy and practice of Education in India, and struggle for Indian Independence.
04. Nagara Panchami It is celebrated on the fifth day of bright half of Lunar month of Shravan (July/August), according to the Hindu calendar. On the Nag Panchami day Nag, cobras, and snakes are worshipped with milk, sweets, flowers, lamps and even sacrifices.
05. Varamahalakshmi Vratha Varamahakshmi Vrata' is celebrated on the Second Friday or the Friday before full moon day - Poornima in the month of Sravana, also called Sawan in Hindi and Aadi in Tamil which corresponds to the English months of July–August.
06. Raksha Bandhan It is an ancient Hindu festival that ritually celebrates the love and duty between brothers and their sisters.
07. Independence Day To inculcate the patriotic feeling among students.
08. Sri Krishna Janmashtami It is an annual celebration of the birth of the Hindu deity Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu.
09. Gowri & Ganesha Chaturthi The clay idol of the Lord was adored with flowers.
10. Teacher's Day To show sincerity and gratitude towards teachers in the best way possible
11. Hindi Diwas To commemorate the adoption of Hindi as official language of the country.
12. Swadeshi Saptaha Modernization has set in and it essential for us as Indians to revive our culture and tradition by encouraging the use of Indian products. This week highlights the benefits of using and accepting Indian products, games etc.
13. Gandhi Jayanthi To rekindle the spirit of nationalism and patriotism in the school campus among students and teachers.
14. Lal Bahadhur Jayanthi
15. Vijaya Dashami It is victory of good over evil. This day marks the end of Durga Puja so people immerse the idols and go to each others' house and exchange gifts and sweets.
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Valmiki Jayanthi

To remember the great sage Valmiki , the author of the Ramayana. He was a contemporary of Ram, the hero of the Ramayana. Valmiki himself is also a character in the Ramayana. The creation of the "Shloka" (epic meter) is attributed to Valmiki.
17. Naraka Chaturdashi It is day to abolish laziness and evil which create hell in our life and shine light on life.
18. Karnataka Rajyotsava To impart and inculcate traditional values amongst our younger generation in the community and make them aware of the rich heritage of our state of Karnataka.
19. Kanakadasa Jayanathi To understand the bhakthi of the great saint Kanakadasa for Lord Krishna which made the deity to turn towards his bhakth.
20. Swami Vivekananda Jayanthi To spread awareness among students about the philosophy of Swami Vivekanand.
21. Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanthi To remember the part played by the great hero in the freedom struggle.
22. Makara Sankrati It is a harvest festival. Makar Sankranti marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign of Makara rashi (Capricorn) on its celestial path.
23. Vasantha Panchami On this day we worship Saraswati Devi, the goddess of knowledge, music, art and culture.
24. Republic Day The aim was to give up all discrimination of caste, color, and religion and make people equal in the eyes of law and order of independent India
25. Guruji Janmadina To understand the part played by Guruji in preparing youth to take the nation to the pinnacle glory.
26. Mahashivaratri The festival is principally celebrated by offerings of Bael or golden apple or Bilva/Vilvam leaves to Lord Shiva, all-day fasting and an all-night-jagarana.
27. Holi It is a spring festival also known as the festival of colours.
28. Chandramana Ugadi The festival symbolizes the fact that life is a mixture of different experiences (sadness, happiness, anger, fear, disgust, surprise), which should be accepted together and with equanimity through the New Year.
29. Sri Ramanavami Birth of Lord Rama.
30. Dr B R Ambedkar To understand the role played by Bhima Rao in uplifting the backward class, and his role in framing our Indian constitution.