Our Culture and Tradition

Hindu Samrajya Dinotsava

We celebrated Hindu Samrajya Dinotsav on 21st June, 2013 Friday. Sri Gajanan Londheji (Member Governing council, JGRVK) and also Sri Rangraj Iyengarji (Member Governing council, JGRVK) graced the precious occasion. The programme started with warm welcome by kum Nandana of class10.There were very informative speeches by teachers and guests about the achievements of Chatrapathi Shivaji. Children were inspired by the moral stories of Shivaji taken from his childhood days. The programme was concluded with vote of thanks given by Raksha of class- 9.

Guru Purnima

Gurupurnima is the festival of spirituality, a day of celebration and worship, a day on which the disciples remember and express their gratitude towards their Gurus or masters. Guru Purnima is also known as Vyas Purnima, the day is celebrated with great reverence and in sacred memory of sage Ved Vyasa. Smt. Maitheryi Suresh Science Faculty and Kumari. Swathi of Class VIII spoke about this great festival.


Nagarapanchami was celebrated in our school on 12th August 2013. Children of class VI B sang devotional song praising Naga. S. Pavan Kumar of class VIII spoke about the importance of celebrating Nagarapanchami. Kum. Chaitanya computer faculty highlighted the significance of the festival... Students of class IV B performed a snake dance on the occasion of Nagarapanchami

Varamahalakshmi Vrata

Varamahalakshmi Vrata was celebrated on 16th August, 2013 in the school premises. The programme started by offering pooja to goddess Lakshmi. Kum. Dharini of VII B spoke about the importance of the festival and Kum. Divya, Maths faculty gave a brief description on how the festival is celebrated and its significance. Group dance and group song was performed by the students.


RakshaBandhan was celebrated in the school premises on 21st August, 2013. Honorable guest Sri Dwaraknathji,Secretary JGRVK inspired the children and teachers by his valuable words. Kum. Sushma of class-X and Smt. Savitha, Math Faculty also shared about the festival and its significance.

Sri Krishna Janmastami

Sri Krishna Janmastami was celebrated on 28th August, 2013 in JGRVK campus with great pomp and show. Pre-Primary students came to school like Bala Krishnas and Gopikas. The entire campus was looking like Nandana Vana.. There was the complete package of cultural programme comprising of Dance, Shloka Chanting, Matka –Phod, Bajan and Keerthans by Prabhus from Iskcon… Many parents also witnessed the programme and encouraged the students…

Samskrit Dinam

On 13th August 2013 Samskrit Dinam was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm. There was a complete package of cultural programme comprising – group song , Skit, Talk by the student Manaswi of class IV- B spoke about the significance of samskrit bhasha and Shree Prakash ( Samskrit Faculty ) enlightened the students as well as teachers

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, is one of the important Hindu festivals celebrated in our school it was celebrated with complete joy, the students performed several events on Lord Vinayaka. The programme was started with welcome speech by Rasazna of Class 10, students and teachers conveyed their knowledge on Ganesha Chaturdashi.The cultural events increased the sugary of the programme. Kum. Pallavi of class-IX proposed the vote of thanks.

Onam Celebration

Onam is one of the harvest festivals of India, specially celebrated by keralites . We celebrated onam on 17th September 2013 with complete joy. We had the Pukolam in quandrangle. Malavika of class VII spoke how and when the Onam is celebrated. The students and teachers performed Thiruvadira Kali dance on this occasion. The celebrations came to a close by the rendition of Vandematharam.