Soma Sharma-Nawapara-Rajim. The festival of Krishna Janmashtami and Teacher’s Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in the Government Harihar School of Rajim-Navapara Nagar, Chhattisgarh. The chief guest of the program was Rajiv Yuva Mitan Club President Yashwant Dhanendra Sahu. On this occasion, Atithi Sahu inspired the students to learn from Krishna’s life management. All the festivals – social, religious and national – are celebrated with great pomp in Harihar Shala for the overall development of the rural students coming from about 10 villages around Navapara. In this sequence, the festival of Janmashtami was also celebrated in the school. This year, the presence of girls in the school has added a different color to all the programs in the school. On Janmashtami, on one hand, boys in the form of Krishna broke pots with full enthusiasm, while on the other hand, girls danced in devotion to Krishna.
Radha-Krishna became children
Seeing this scene of Gokul-Mathura in the grounds of Harihar, guest Yashwant also could not stop himself, he reached among the students and played his part in dance, breaking the pot and remembered his student life. The same girls also forced them to dance with them by giving them flutes to Krishna songs. Atithi Sahu was greatly impressed by this respect and immense affection received by the students of the school and expressed his desire to participate in every program of Harihar in the future.
Many seniors were present
On this occasion, Principal of the school Sandhya Sharma thanked the guest Mr. Sahu for taking out time to guide the students coming to the school. In making the program successful, all the students including Shala Nayak Deepak Navrange, Tushar Sahu, Chandrahas Sinha, Harshvardhan, Gulshan, Rajkumar, Omkar, Chaitanya and the lecturer Vijay Gilhare who was guiding them played a special role.