REPORT ON BHAI DOOJ

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“SISTER AND BROTHER RELATIONSHIP IS LIKE A MUSIC, SOME HIGH NOTES, SOME LOW NOTES,  BUT ALWAYS A SWEET MELODY.’’

‘Bhai Dooj’ is a famous festival of Hindus. It is celebrated on the second day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Karthik, according to Hindu Calendar. Bhai Dooj normally falls two days after Diwali. On this day, sisters pray and wish for the long life, health, wealth, and prosperity of their brothers.

Ramakrishna Senior Secondary School Vikaspuri provided a virtual platform to celebrate and to know the significance of this auspicious festival.

Chetanya Gupta of Class X delivered a speech on Bhai Dooj in his virtual class. The speaker in his address highlighted that the day symbolizes the bond of love between a brother and sister. The sisters put the auspicious ‘Tilak’ on their brother’s forehead and it is a belief that the tilak protects brothers from any kind of mishap.  In return, brothers bless their sisters and favor them with gifts and sweets.

Celebrations also included some of the beautiful performances given by little munchkins of class 2, where they all showcased the bond of love and protection between siblings. All the students participated enthusiastically in the virtual celebration and enjoyed it a lot.

The memories of brother and sister’s silly fights, craziness, and fun may fade away with time, but the love they share will only grow with time.