Thursday, 8 March 2012

‘Rang Barse’ at Mother’s Pride

Little toddlers had a day full of merriment and enjoyment on the occasion of festival of colors. Mother’s Pride pre-school made sure little ones had gala time in the school.  Kids came all dressed in white. Boys wore spic and span white kurta –pyjamas and girlies adorned white salwar- kameez. End of the day their little white dresses looked vibrant and colorful after holi celebrations.
Toddlers and their teachers participated in the celebrations with full zest and fervor. The celebrations began with folk holi song on which little gals danced wearing colorful Rajasthani lehnga-cholis. There were other dance performances on the songs like ‘rang barse’, ‘holi khele raghubira’, ‘do me a favor let’s play holi’ etc.  Kiddies smeared colors on each other.
They played with natural colours, hugged each other and wished ‘happy holi’ to everyone. Children were also served with delicacies specially prepared for the day is Gujia. The kids got really excited while playing it was thrilling and exciting for them. Teachers also explained to the children significance of Holi and how this festival is an integral part of every Indian’s life, also its association with India -a land of rich culture and festivals.
All in all it was joyous day for toddlers who celebrated Holi- a festival of colours & love, with great enthusiasm!!

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