August 19 is World Photography Day, a day to pay homage to the history of photography, celebrate the present, and leave a positive trail for the future. World Photography Day originates from the invention of the daguerreotype, a photographic process developed by Louis Daguerre. Students of Presidium celebrated world photography day with great zeal and enthusiasm. Students expressed themselves through quotes and speeches.
Janmashtami is a magnificent festival celebrated all over India to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna, who is believed to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. To accentuate Janmashtami's significance and importance, a special virtual assembly was organized by Presidium. The assembly began with the Hare Krishna music. The auspicious occasion was surrounded by Shlokas, which mesmerized the audience, virtual Choir, which was sung in unison, speeches which stated the various facets of Shri Krishna's life and adorable Virtual dance performances on Lord Krishna. Jai Shree Krishna!
"Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children." Grandparents are the family's greatest treasure, the founders of a loving legacy, the greatest storytellers, and the keepers of tradition. Grandparents are the family's strong foundation. Through their special love and care, grandparents keep a family close at heart. To honor them, Presidium involved Grandparents in special activities. Students presented a beautiful token of love (flowers, crown, sash, etc.) to their grandparents. Daadi, Daadu, Naani, and Nani shared a few experiences with children and even sang lovely songs. Children as well as grandparents had a fantastic time.
'The love between a brother and a sister is one of the deepest and virtuous of human emotions.' Rakshabandhan is a festival that celebrates the love and affection between brother and sister. The bonding between the two is simply remarkable and is beyond words. Students of Presidium celebrated this festival with abundant fondness and enthusiasm. Students of grade nursery to seventh eagerly celebrated the solemn festival of Rakshabandhan. The students of class 4 presented a meaningful skit on the significance of this blessed festival. The ethos of the festival was further conveyed through the recitation of poems, sharing the pictures of the celebration and enthralling dance performances.
Friendship is a bond which ties two souls together. National Friendship Day was originally founded by Hallmark in 1919. It was intended to be a day for people to celebrate their friendship by sending each other cards. Students of Presidium celebrated friendship day with great zeal and zest. They created beautiful friendship bands and cards and expressed themselves through poems, quotes, and speeches.
The International Tiger Day (also known as Global Tiger Day) is celebrated every year on 29 July to raise awareness about tiger conservation, promote the protection of the natural habitat of tigers and support tiger conservation issues. The annual day is celebrated with the slogan, "Their survival is in our hands." It's said that "Where tigers thrive, it is a sign that the ecosystem is healthy." Bringing this global issue in everyone's notice and taking a step ahead in saving Tigers students of Presidium did a campaign by making posters, sharing their thoughts, and expressing their views through different slogans and poems.