Colourful, vibrant atmosphere at Hari Jaathre

Colourful, vibrant atmosphere at Hari Jaathre

February 6, 2019

Mysuru: “Our ancient culture and tradition needs to be preserved and awareness should be created in the minds of our future generation about the importance of our festivals and celebrations. In this regard, Hari Vidyalaya is doing a commendable job, by organising such an event which is a mirror image of our ancient festivals,”  opined noted theatre and film personality Shivaji Rao Jadhav.

He was addressing the gathering after inaugurating ‘Hari Jaathre,’ a unique event organised by Hari Vidyalaya, Bogadi.

The main motto of this event was to celebrate the harvest season and Sankranti Festival, and provide an opportunity for ladies to exhibit their talents.

In keeping with the harvest season, the inauguration was done in a most traditional and symbolic manner, with the Pongal kept in a earthen pot boiling and oozing out of the pot, as it is done on the Sankranti day.

RJ Avinash of 92.7 Big FM, was present and enthralled the crowd with his witty remarks, and called upon the students to study without pressurising themselves.

Umesh, National-level Kho-Kho coach, was also present.

Ramya and Soumya, School staff, rendered the invocation. H.R. Bhagawan, Secretary, Hari Vidyalaya,welcomed the gathering.

The guests were honoured by H.R. Bhagawan and Prof. K.V. Satyan, Hon. Director of Hari Vidyalaya. N. Srivatsa, Principal, Hari Vidyalaya, Purnima, HM, High School section, Lakshmi, HM, Primary section, other staff members, students and parents were present.

The main highlight of the event was the Rangoli competition for ladies. A number of stalls, which had a wide variety of items including cosmetics, jewellery, herbal products, kundan works, textiles, etc. were the added attraction. Foodies thronged the food stalls selling chats, condiments, puliyogare, bakery products, panipuri etc.


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