Basant Panchami Celebration (13th February, 2016)

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Basant Panchami Celebration (13th February, 2016)

     As 'Diwali' – the festival of light – is to Lakshmi, goddess of wealth and prosperity, and 'Navaratri' is to Durga, goddess of power and valor, Vasant Panchami is to Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and arts. ‘Vasant’ comes from the word ‘spring’ as this festival heralds the beginning of the spring season.

       It is believed that on this day Goddess Saraswati was born. Hindus celebrate Vasant Panchami with great fervor in temples, homes and even schools and colleges. Saraswati’s favorite color white assumes special significance on this day. Statues of the goddess are dressed in white clothes and are worshiped by devotees adorning white garments. Goddess Saraswati is offered sweets which are given away as ‘prasad’ to all people attending the ritual worship. Saraswati devotees utter with utmost devotion on this day. The people worship[ Goddess Saraswati to get enlighten with knowledge and to get rid of lethargy, sluggishness and ignorance.

Vision of Virtuousness (18th February, 2016)

      As a student, our right hand and our eyes are the most important possession we have, without which a normal person like me can never imagine what we would have done possibly. But after spending time with the blind school for 2 hours, it changed my view. I understood how strong and powerful is a person’s willpower and a man has so much strength within himself. It is the normal people with all physical features alright and in working condition tend to curse destiny for some reason or the other. Somewhere it is said that scarcity brings out the best in a person and that was quite clear from the visit.

     The blind students were so happy and energetic. That was the most positive thing about the school. I thought that the world would be so dark without eyesight. But eyesight cannot be greater than inner vision. They might have assumed a vision inside and that is what gives them strength. Sometimes I feel as if being blind they are lucky to be not seeing so much of cruelty and harshness in the world. Their vision is their key to drive them far in life.

    They sang various melodious songs and heard the movie named ‘PK’. They relished the lunch which was served to them. Everyone enjoyed a lot with those students and learnt so many things from them who are fighting with their failure and with the happiness. Everyone has learnt from the visit of the blind school to be disciplined, huger to learn as life is a challenge, to fight with our fiasco, respect our teachers and to stay happy in any circumstances.




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