Assembly: Grade 4 A, August 2023
Topic: Celebrating the Bond of Love - Raksha Bandhan
“Rakhi is not just a thread, but a bond that embodies love, protection, and the celebration of siblinghood. It reminds us that relationships are to be cherished and nurtured, as they are the foundation of our happiness and support in life."
Grade 4A presented their assembly on the topic - Celebrating the Bond of Love - Raksha Bandhan known as Rakhi, is a Hindu festival that celebrates the bond of love and protection between brothers and sisters. Students took the audience into an auspicious trip and heartwarming festival making the viewer to enjoy the journey on the significant occasion, celebrates the unique bond, symbolizing love, protection, and the promise of lifelong support. They present a landscape of variety of narratives depicting the significance and traditions of Raksha Bandhan.
The thought for the day set the tone for the assembly.
This was followed by the news that highlighted recent events both national and international. While the news from the field of science shed light on the rapid advancements, the sports News brought to fore the recent Indian achiever in chandrayaan 3 and an update on the weather brought to a conclusion the latest from the news desk.
The children then presented a thought-provoking interesting market research on vibrant and bustling with people. Student took the viewers into the market, some consider locations of north India, south India, east India and west India on the festive celebrations.
Children spoke on the history of Raksha Bandhan dates back to ancient times and is associated with various myths and legends.
A dance number on “Kacche dhaagon ka yeh rishta” by the students dressed in colourful attire and dupatta added colour and energy to the assembly.
A short speech on “Facts about celebrating Raksha Bandhan is not limited to just blood siblings”. It is popular Hindu festival celebrated in India and other parts of South Asia.
The talented nightingales of the class rendered a melodious song “Mere Bhaiya, to us.
The assembly ended with the vote of thanks proposed by the children to the principal, parents, the teachers, support staff and most importantly, their own friends, who were the inspiration behind the show.