Dahi Handi was celebrated in the basement of our school building. To ensure that each class got a chance at it, a schedule had been especially chalked out for each class, from kindergarten to secondary school. That way each class could enjoy a fair amount of time celebrating.

Dance was a major part of the celebration followed by which the kids attempted to form a pyramid to reach the colorfully decorated handi and break it! Shrikhand golis were distributed among the kids to keep their energy levels high during the celebrations and when the handi was finally broken, puffed rice poured out on the triumphant gopalas, followed by jubilant dancing, which included both staff and students, mind you! Later, dry bhel was served to the students as a snack as a tasty conclusion to the event!

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