Raksha Bandhan is a popular Hindu festival that celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor across India, and it is a time when brothers and sisters come together to strengthen their bond of love and affection.

The students of Khaitan Pre-School Noida recently celebrated Raksha Bandhan by making rakhis with ribbons, gems, paper flowers, wool, colorful stones, and sparkling paper sheets. The students used their creativity and imagination to make beautiful rakhis.

The students also wore colorful festive clothes to mark the occasion. They looked radiant and happy as they tied rakhis. The atmosphere was filled with joy and happiness as the students celebrated this special day.

As part of the celebration, the students tied rakhis on each other’s hands and applied ‘Tika’ on the forehead. The ‘Tika’ is a red-colored mark made on the forehead, and it symbolizes the sister’s love and affection for her brother.

The celebration of Raksha Bandhan by the students of Khaitan Pre-School Noida was not only fun and entertaining, but it was also a great learning experience for the students. They learned about the significance of the festival and the importance of the bond between brothers and sisters. They also learned about the traditions and customs associated with the festival. It was a memorable day for everyone involved.