To celebrate this beautiful bond, the students of Pallavi Aware International School organised a programme.
Raksha Bandhan is a festival that celebrates sibling bonds. It especially encourages the loving relationship brothers and sisters share. To celebrate this beautiful bond, the students of Pallavi Aware International School organised a programme.
Students began the programme by explaining the rituals that are observed on the day, talking about the Raksha Bandhan bands or Rakhis that sisters tie to their brothers’ wrists.
The students then sang a song wishing the audience a happy Raksha Bandhan. Skits were enacted by the students about the origin and history of this festival, portraying the stories of Lord Krishna and Draupadi of Mahabharatam and Queen Karnavati of Garhwal and the Mughal Emperor Humayun.
The skits demonstrated that sibling love transcends blood relations and religious restrictions. Students then displayed the Rakhis they made at their homes and also shared their videos of tying Rakhis to their siblings.
Dances were then staged honoring these special bonds shared by brothers and sisters. Principal Sudeshna Mairal in her speech, emphasized that Raksha Bandhan is a festival that brings the whole family together and is not restricted only to siblings.