Diwali, the festival of lights that enlightens the hearts and brings joy to every heart was celebrated at GITARATTAN INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES AND TRAINING ON 3rd NOVEMBER VIA ONLINE PLATFORM GOOGLE MEET. The meeting had an ambience of joy and happiness. The programme began with a Ram bhajan highlighting the message of Diwali, invoking god's blessings. Poem recitation brought a meaningful message of 'SAY NO TO CRACKERS' and celebrate this festivals of lights with pomp and show by spending time with loved ones, lightening our surroundings with diyas and lights and on the similar theme we had a speech by one of our trainee enlightening us about ' harmful effects of crackers on animals'. Melodious songs were sung by teacher trainees dedicating to Lord Rama's reunion and return to Ayodhya .
All the trainees were dressed in ethnic with brought a festive vibe through online mode too. Moreover, the fellow mates showcased the spirit of Diwali through a mesmerizing dance performance depicting the struggle of Sita in Lanka.
Stories are one of the most powerful tool use to engage and connect with your audience, a beautiful story was narrated by trainee which explained us the power of lighting .
We then had our Principal Miss. Sonia Jindal ma'am addressed us with her words of wisdom. She made us understand the real essence of Diwali it is about unconditional love, lightening our lives just like a diya
lightens our house. Hence, giving the message of a clean, peaceful and bright Diwali. Lastly the celebration concluded with lord Ganesh aarti , seeking his blessing. Moreover beautiful paintings and drawings made by our teacher trainees were also displayed and Diwali celebration were no different in this sense as we had the full class participating using technology, to celebrate festival of lights by maintaining physical distancing we will keep ourselves and our loved once safe and celebrate Diwali with joy and happiness.