As part of a celebration of Lord Krishna’s birth anniversary, JBM students sang Bhagavad Geeta shloka and explained its meaning to bring back all the life lessons Krishna taught Arjun during the Mahabharata.
Report of Janmashtmi celebration Class: VIII A &B Teacher Incharges: Mahua Mazumdar and Usha Joshi
Students of class VIII have drawn beautiful Rangolies in different manners to show their love for lord Krishna and to show their hidden talent.
Report of Janmashtmi celebration Teacher Incharge: Ms. Seema Goswami and Ms. Harmeet Kaur
” Change is the law of universe.” Understanding the importance of Indian traditions and festivals, the students of Class VII celebrated Janmashtami with religious fervour and a lot of enthusiasm. To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, they made posters, performed dance and shared few lessons learnt from his life. This day signifies unity and faith by bringing everyone together.
Report of Janmashtmi celebration Class: VI
Krishna Janmashtami, also known simply as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Students of Class 6 participated enthusiastically and made mud pot, flute, posters and Krishna swing. They also danced and told significance of Janmastami .