‘Navratri’ is one of the most important festivals celebrated to worship the Goddess ‘Durga’. The festival of Navratri: is celebrated in many different ways in India and various regions. For many people, it is a time of religious reflection wherein people have seen fasting, whereas, for others, it is a time for dancing and feasting.
Mody School, Lakshmangarh, organized a virtual Navratri Celebration with great spiritual enthusiasm and fun on 07th October 2021 between 09.00 am to 10.00 am. All the Students, Faculty and Staff Members were invited to the virtual event, in which students of all grades participated with great enthusiasm. The celebration started by offering prayers to Goddess Navdurga and seeking blessings to protect everyone from evil. Students were told about the importance of nine days of Navratri through the speech and PPT by Nidhi Singh of class-VI.
The little girls, incarnated and attired in the Navdurga, added to the religious mood. The shloka chanting by each Durga incarnation was ineffable and marvellous. The dance performance by Vanshika was beautiful and was a traditional dance form of Garba. Disha and Arya lit up the event by singing melodious bhajans. It was a religious event in which the students performed enthusiastically. The programme would have been incomplete without Durga Mata Ji Aarti, so at the end of the virtual Navratra Sthapna programme, Hejal performed the virtual Navdurga Aarti with religious fervour.
It was a memorable virtual Navratra Sthapna event of Mody Girls’ school and will forever live in our hearts.
Ms Nishi Rana, Principal, Mody Girls’ School, congratulated all the students and teachers for the religious celebration of Navratri. Ms Rana, while speaking about the occasion, told our students about the importance of the Navratri celebration and what it means. She also told students about the ‘nine forms’ of the Goddess Durga and how the Navratri celebration symbolizes victory over evil.