Annual Cultural Festival
Celebrating events and festivals in schools have become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief in a child. Welfare Association of NGOs in India (WANI) encourage students to embrace other traditions and culture just like the way they do with their own.
Children will remember an important day only if they are told what the occasion signify, making them aware of the world in a more fun way. The events and festivals organized at Welfare Association of NGOs in India (WANI) are often celebrated with great pomp and gaiety. Apart from classroom activities, we also pay heed to other important festivals which must be celebrated in order to understand our country’s tradition. Festivals are an expressive way to celebrate glorious heritage, culture and traditions. They are meant to rejoice special moments and emotions in our lives with our loved ones. They play an important role to add structure to our social lives, and connect us with our families and backgrounds.
Such celebration will bring students closer to traditional and cultural belief. A close bond is built between the students as they understand each other’s different customs. Being a diverse country, the students need to know what each festival means, and it is only through this celebration, he/she will get to know more about our country. Apart from building relationship and friendship, such celebration will bring happiness and love amongst the students.
Keeping its values intact, Welfare Association of NGOs in India (WANI) wish to offer the right kind of educational system which is based on moral ethics. Welfare Association of NGOs in India (WANI) also believes that education will allow the child to bloom, blossom and thrives, giving them the right platform where they will work towards becoming a responsible citizen.