Police DAV Public School celebrated Ram Navami

Police DAV Public School Patiala celebrated Ram Navami

Police DAV Public School Patiala commemorated the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami with fervor and devotion  today . Students, faculty, and staff came together to celebrate the birth of Lord Rama, an embodiment of righteousness and virtue.
The festivities commenced with a special assembly, where students recited hymns and verses from the Ramayana, highlighting the timeless teachings of Lord Rama. Traditional bhajans and devotional songs echoed through the school premises, filling the atmosphere with spirituality and reverence.
As part of the celebrations, a tableau depicting scenes from the life of Lord Rama was presented by students, showcasing his valor, compassion, and unwavering commitment to Dharma. The tableau served as a visual representation of the timeless values enshrined in the epic tale of the Ramayana.
Furthermore, students participated in various cultural programs, including skits, dances, and recitations, showcasing the rich cultural heritage associated with Ram Navami. Through these performances, students not only showcased their talent but also deepened their understanding of the significance of the occasion.
In addition to the cultural festivities, a spiritual discourse was organized, wherein students had the opportunity to learn about the life and teachings of Lord Rama from esteemed scholars and spiritual leaders. The discourse served as a platform for students to delve deeper into the spiritual essence of Ram Navami and imbibe its teachings into their lives.
The celebration concluded with the distribution of prasad, symbolizing the blessings of Lord Rama and fostering a sense of unity and camaraderie among all members of the school family.
Ms. Savita Dhankhar, the school principal, expressed gratitude to all participants for their enthusiastic participation and reiterated the importance of upholding the values exemplified by Lord Rama in our lives. Ram Navami celebration at the school served as a reminder of the enduring legacy of Lord Rama and the timeless relevance of his teachings in guiding our lives towards righteousness and harmony