Krishna has been bringing positivity in our lives forever. His presence can be felt today through our little children and their innocence.
Krishna was born in the darkness of the night, into the locked confines of a jail. However, at the moment of his birth, all the guards fell asleep, the chains were broken and the barred doors gently opened.
Similarly, as soon as Krishna (awareness) takes birth in our hearts, all darkness (negativity) fades.
All chains of Ego, I, Me, Myself are broken. And all prison doors we keep ourselves in like Caste, Religion, Profession, Relations and more, are opened.
That is the real message and essence of Janamashtami.
Our little Dipsites depicted each phase of Krishna and his journey through Tableaus around the school foyer. The show began with the auspicious lamp lighting and summed up with a mesmerising Rasleela that our students of pre primary had put forward for themselves, all educators, staff members and most importantly, their lovely parents.
We wish we celebrate many more occasions with parents and children together.