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Festival & Celebration

At Shiv Ashish School, we believe in embracing diversity and celebrating cultural traditions from around the world. Throughout the academic year, our school campus comes alive with a vibrant array of festivals and celebrations that reflect the rich tapestry of our student body.

Vasant Panchami

Vasant Panchami is a significant festival dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, who symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, purity, and truth. Students learn about the significance of the festival and enlighten about the importance of education and the role of Goddess Saraswati in Indian culture. Students dress up in yellow attire and bring yellow-colored food l to mark the occasion.

Republic Day

Republic Day is a significant national festival in India, celebrated with great fervor and patriotism. Republic Day is commemorated with a variety of engaging activities and events. It includes flag hoisting ceremonies, patriotic song and dance performances, skits and plays showcasing the country’s history and cultural heritage. The day is an opportunity for students to reflect on the values of unity, diversity, and freedom that the country stands for. Through these activities, students develop a sense of pride in their nation and a deeper understanding of its rich history and traditions. The celebrations also serve as a reminder of the importance of upholding the principles of justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity as enshrined in the Indian Constitution.

Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi, is a cherished Hindu festival that celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. The festival is a beautiful manifestation of the deep and enduring bond between siblings, signifying love, duty, and care. Raksha Bandhan is not only a celebration of biological siblings but also of all forms of platonic love, transcending religious and ethnic boundaries. It is a time-honored tradition that exemplifies the eternal and special relationship between brothers and sisters. The festival is marked by colorful rituals, the exchange of gifts, and the reaffirmation of the unbreakable bond of love and protection between siblings.

Navratri Celebration

“Embarking on a vibrant journey of cultural joy, our school radiates with the vibrant colors of Navratri! As we celebrate this auspicious festival, students immerse themselves in traditional dances, music, and the spirit of unity. The rhythmic beats of garba echo through our halls, fostering a sense of community and cultural pride. From elaborate decorations to lively performances, our Navratri celebration is a kaleidoscope of traditions and festivities. Join us in embracing the rich tapestry of Indian culture during this joyous occasion. Together, let’s dance, rejoice, and create lasting memories of Navratri at our school!”

Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is a significant festival celebrated in India, marking the transition of the sun into the zodiac sign of Capricorn. The festival is celebrated on January 14th or 15th every year, and it is a time for people to express gratitude for the harvest season and seek blessings for a prosperous future. The festival is a symbol of unity and diversity, bringing people from different backgrounds and cultures together to celebrate the bounty of nature and the spirit of togetherness.


Mahashivratri, also known as “The Great Night of Shiva ” .The festival holds immense spiritual significance, as it is believed to be a time of immense possibilities for spiritual growth and transformation. Mahashivratri is considered a powerful opportunity for individuals to connect with the cosmic energy and experience purification and ascension. The festival is a time of merging, connection, and purification, allowing people to tap into the vastness of the universe and the source of all creation. It is a day of both receiving and giving, symbolizing the compassionate and benevolent nature of Lord Shiva. The festival’s spiritual significance and the natural upsurge of energies during this time make it a profound and transformative period for those on the spiritual path.


Janmashtami, also known as Gokulashtami, commemorates the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu. One of the most popular traditions is the Dahi Handi, where teams form human pyramids to break a pot filled with buttermilk, symbolizing the mischievous and playful nature of the young Lord Krishna. Janmashtami is a time for spiritual reflection, joyous celebrations, and the reaffirmation of faith in the divine. It is a festival that unites devotees in the spirit of love, devotion, and the eternal teachings of Lord Krishna.

Independence Day

Independence Day is celebrated annually on August 15th to commemorate India’s independence from British colonial rule in 1947. The day is a time for Indians to reflect on their country’s rich history, cultural heritage, and democratic principles. It is a day of national pride, unity, and celebration, fostering a sense of patriotism and gratitude for the country’s freedom and sovereignty.

The day begins with the flag-hoisting ceremonies and parades. The Prime Minister of India delivers a speech to the nation, highlighting the country’s achievements and outlining future goals.

Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima is a time for spiritual reflection, self-improvement, and the reaffirmation of the guru-disciple relationship. It is a day to honor the wisdom, guidance, and teachings of gurus and express gratitude for their role in shaping one’s life. The festival is celebrated with great devotion and reverence across India and is an opportunity for devotees to deepen their spiritual connection with their gurus.

The festival is dedicated to honoring and expressing gratitude towards one’s spiritual and academic gurus.

Ganesh Chaturthi

“Empowering moms through creativity! Our school hosted a spirited Ganesh Idol Making Competition for moms, fostering a delightful blend of tradition and artistic expression. The vibrant event witnessed incredible talent as moms showcased their craftsmanship, molding eco-friendly idols with passion and finesse. It was a heartwarming celebration of community and culture, where every sculpted masterpiece told a unique story. From intricate detailing to eco-conscious choices, the competition highlighted the artistic prowess and environmental consciousness of our incredible mothers.


Radiant smiles illuminate our school as we celebrate Diwali with sheer joy and cultural fervor! From the vibrant rangoli adorning the entrance to the mesmerizing glow of diyas, the school comes alive with the spirit of this festival of lights. The aroma of festive sweets filled the air, fostering a sense of unity and togetherness. Diwali in our school was not just a celebration; it was a beautiful tapestry of traditions, compassion, and the warmth of shared festivities that will linger in our hearts.


At Shiv Ashish School, the Christmas season is a time of joy, togetherness, and spreading goodwill. Our school campus transforms into a winter wonderland as students, teachers, and staff come together to celebrate this festive occasion.
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