Distributing snacks and clothes to the tribal brothers of Sakri and Kawthe as well as the needy
Sakri: On the occasion of Diwali, Prachiti International School celebrated a sweet Diwali by distributing snacks and clothes to the tribal brothers of Sakri and Kawthe as well as the needy. This activity was implemented under the guidance of Prashant Patil, founder president of the school. School Principal Vaishali Lade, Manager Tushar Devare, Vaibhav Sonwane, Program Coordinator Smita Nerkar etc were present on this occasion.
Earlier, five different festivals such as Vasubaras, Dhantrayodashi, Narak Chaturdashi, Lakshmi Pujan, Balipratipada, Bhaubij were decorated and worshipped. School teacher Manisha Borse gave information about Vasubaras. On this day cows are worshiped along with Padwa. He said that Gomata is worshiped after realizing its usefulness. Ashwin Trayodashi is also known as Dhanteras. Wealth and Ayurvedic medicines are worshiped on this day. Dhanvantari is the deity of health and should be worshiped by remembering this deity. Devka Chavan elaborated that due to their service, longevity and health is gained. On Narak Chaturdashi, all people get up early in the morning and bathe in hot water after applying fragrant oil and utt. Lights are lit everywhere in the house. Tejaswini Gharte said that the house is illuminated with light. Lakshmi Pujan Shree Lakshmi is welcomed from house to house. On this day, Lakshmi was released from Bali’s captivity. So everyone was happy. Let her stay in your house forever. For that everyone worships her with great devotion. Balipratipada is referred to as the merchant Padwa. Prabhavati Chaudhary said that traders worship the books of accumulated expenses on this day. Bhaubij is the day of brother and sister love. Ashwini Thackeray informed the students that sister waves to brother and brother gives ornaments or money to sister.
On this occasion, a sky lantern making competition was organized for the students of class II to VIII. All the students participated enthusiastically for this. Students of Class III performed a dance on the song “Mere Ghar Ram Aaye Hai”. Rohini Sonawane, Gitanjali Kakuste guided for this. After that, Diwali snacks and clothes were distributed to the tribal brothers and the needy in Sakri and Kawthe. Govinda Sonawane helped with this. Sapna Devere moderated. Vaishnavi Devare, Vaishnavi Thorat, Saili Ma’am guided the arrangement of flowers, handi decoration, sky lanterns, lamp decoration for this event. Beautiful rangoli sketch done by Savita Lade, Deepmala. The program was coordinated by Smita Nerkar, Shravan Ahire. Students, teachers and staff were present for this program.