City schools celebrate Teej with fervour

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Ludhiana
  • Updated: Aug 05, 2014 14:42 IST

Ram Lal Bhasin Public School, Dugri, celebrated Teej in the school campus. Students from nursery to Class 2 were seen in colorful traditional dresses.

Students celebrating Teej at the shishu vatika wing of BVM School, Cemetery Road; and (right) boys wearing traditional Punjabi outfits celebrating Teej at BVM School’s Udham Singh Nagar branch in Ludhiana on Monday.

Manpreet Singh of Class 2 and Helan from nursery were declared ‘best gabru’ and ‘best mutiyaar’ respectively. The swings in the school were decorated beautifully with scented flowers. Students sang songs while some of them even performed traditional dances. The kids were also introduced to “phulkari”.

Besides, a “mehendi” competition was held for senior students. Neetu from Class 11 bagged the first prize, Avneet from Class 9 bagged the second prize, Muskaan from Class 11 and Simran from Class 9 bagged the third prize in the contest. Kamalpreet from Class 3 got a consolation prize.

Principal Suman Arora was overwhelmed with the preparations and creativity of students.


The school organised a party to celebrate Teej. On this occasion, students were seen in colourful Punjabi attires.

They performed dance on various songs. The swings were decorated with flowers. School principal Mridhu Ablash congratulated everybody on the occasion and conveyed a message that motto of organising various cultural activities was to help students to relate and bond them with their culture.

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