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Students of Ashmah International School Thanked brothers for wearing helmets at Traffic Signals on Raksha Bandhan

August 06, 2017 05:52 PM
Punjab News Express
MOHALI: Students of Ashmah International Scgool celebrated Raksha Bandhan  at its campus. Children were familiarized with the customs and rituals of the festival. Students represented various regions and communities of India adorning traditional costumes.
The students dressed in traditional attire. Students were told about the importance of sacred bond of brother and sister. Students also participated in rakhi making competition and made various kinds of rakhis. Every student experiment with different material   to make rakhi.
Students also moved out on the traffic signal to thank brothers for wearing helmets and for not using their mobiles while driving and for giving such a beautiful gift to their sisters by following traffic rules.To take  care the  environment and to thank it students also  tying Rakhis to the trees.Later ,to inculcate the spirit of patriotism in the students  and to show their love and empathy towards the soldiers standing on borders  for protecting us Students of the  Ashmah School also  went to my FM 94.3 radio station to pay the gratitude to the soldiers.  Traffic   officials were also given their due importance for controlling the traffic and saving the life of people. Principal of the School Babita Dogra  appreciated  the efforts of students and teachers said that all the  festivals are integral part of our culture.

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