Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration (Primary) at MIT VGS Loni Kalbhor
“Vakratunda Mahakaya Surya Koti Sama Prabha,
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva Karyeshu Sarvada”
Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is a Hindu festival celebrating the annual arrival of the Hindu God Ganesha (Ganesh) to earth from his celestial abode. The festival is marked with the installation of Ganesha’s clay murtis privately in homes and publicly on elaborated pandals. Ganesh, the youngest son of lord Shiva and Parvati is “Pratham Pujya” in Hindu mythology and is worshipped first among all gods.
Keeping the significance in mind Grade 2 –Amethyst got the opportunity to throw light on the importance of Ganesh Chaturthi by presenting a special assembly. It was started with the world peace prayer followed by pledge, vision, mission and news. Word of the day was “DIVINE” followed by Thought of the day which was “Commitment is what transforms promise into reality.”
While presenting the information about Ganesh Chaturthi, some students enlighten us by the different names of Ganesh with meanings like
EKDANT – God with one tooth,
LAMBODAR – one who has big belly,
VIGHNAHARTA – one who takes away our problems and pains,
CHATURBHUJ – with four arms,
GAJAMUKH – one with elephant’s face,
GANPATI- Lord of all gods, and then the students performed an amazing dance on Ganesh Vandana.
After assembly, the students were addressed by Principal ma’am and made them realized the Significance of Ganesh Chaturthi.
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