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Ganeshotsav Celebration - Sep 2021
As the entire nation and Indians across the globe got ready for this year’s Ganesh Chaturthi celebration, we at Nirmiti Academy celebrated this occasion with our students in festive mode. To bring more vibrance and energy to the festival, we at Nirmiti Academy dressed ourselves up as per the batches in the shades of red and blue or yellow and green.
To make this celebration more interesting, different kinds of activities were done for the participants. While our college students and working professionals delivered presentations, our homemakers didn’t step back to tempt us with their mouth-watering Ganeshotsav special dishes. Our school students taught us the eco-friendly ways to celebrate this festival. They made it different by making the best use of waste to prepare Ganesh idols or decorations. It was such a delightful experience to see the cheer and enthusiasm in these kids to welcome Lord Ganesha to their homes.
Kids from countries like Singapore, Saudi Arabia, UAE participated actively in this celebration. Children from the young kids’ batch of Online Public Speaking Program were very excited to learn about Ganeshji and listen to his interesting stories. Their creativities just added more color to the celebration. Siddhant Shete used his creativity by drawing a Ganpati and glued it with lentils. Ashwath from Singapore drew a caricature of Ganpati. Shanaya shared a cute little story of Ganpati. Myra, a tiny, little devotee of Lord Ganesha, blew our minds with her beautiful artwork of little Ganesh idol.
The college students of Online Public Speaking Program made the celebration by creating awareness about the eco-friendly and safest ways of celebrating this festival. Aayushi Dhonde made an excellent presentation and presented all the slides with confidence. She maneuvered each pointer with an explanation. Prachee spoke about how the current cases of covid are still in effect and how to take necessary precautions to avoid the third wave in this festive season.
Our other batch full of lovely ladies showcased their skills in cooking and took pride in telling us the recipes with spirited confidence. Bhagyashree made Balushahi and explained the making of the recipe. Sujata shared her recipe of Alu Wadi with enthusiasm. Yamini tempted us with her Dahi Vadas and Monika’s Coconut Ladoos were even more delicious. The magic of Shraddha’s Kothimbir Wadi and Sita’s kheer also didn’t stop our mouths from watering.
The students from the evening batch performed exceptionally well. Amit Pandey came up with an innovative perspective about how idol-making workers get a source of income during this festival. Siddharth Kher presented on how Ganesh festival is being celebrated all over India and how it affects the environment, the usage of chemicals while preparing idols and what should be done about it.
All our students performed exceptionally well to make this celebration a memorable one. Be it cooking or making a collage or creating the best from the waste, they did all of them with zest & zeal. What cannot be ignored was definitely their eagerness to show and introduce their creations.