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    Tied Rakhis to plants showing their responsibility towards trees

    Students of Sant Kabir Indian International School, Vadodara celebrated Rakshabandhan in a unique way by showing their responsibility towards trees. As the school is closed due to the Coronavirus, the students tied the Rakhis to the plants at their home with a promise to always protect the trees.

    Giving more information environment teacher Hitarth Pandya said, last year also the students did this activity but this time the situation was very different. Due to the growing case of Coronavirus, the students needed to be very careful and yet carried their responsibility towards the environment. Considering the situation, it was decided that no student should leave the house without the consent of the parents. And to express one’s feelings by tying rakhis to a tree or plant grown at home.”

    About 200 students joined the campaign to celebrate the festival of love. “The subject of environment is very important in Sant Kabir School. Students celebrate every festival with environment in their mind. This time too, the students have shown their responsibility towards the environment by tying rakhis to trees and plants,” said Anjali Mahajan, Principal of the school.

    Not only this, the students of standard 8 also made a beautiful video. “All the students decided to celebrate Raksha Bandhan in a different way this time. All the students sent a video of their dance and edited it to create a video which we will display in the school’s virtual prayer meeting,” said Ninad Zalate and Pavitra Kumavate. 

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