Spring Blossoms organises carnival

AMRITSAR: Carnival 2018 – The Jungle Jingle, a vibrant and gala fair, with animals swinging, birds singing and flowers blooming and the main attraction being Mowgli, was organised by Spring Blossoms School on Sunday.

Spring Blossoms organises carnival

Children of Spring Blossoms School present an item in Amritsar on Sunday. Tribune photo

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Tribune News Service
Amritsar, December 16

Carnival 2018 – The Jungle Jingle, a vibrant and gala fair, with animals swinging, birds singing and flowers blooming and the main attraction being Mowgli, was organised by Spring Blossoms School on Sunday.

The entire school campus beginning from the school gate, the passageway, the carnival ground were all decorated brilliantly and transported the visitors to the dense, verdant forests. The theme had been chosen to teach the little ones, respect and love towards every living being, be it plants, animals or humans. Like the characters of ‘The Jungle Book’ they were also sensitised about Mother Nature.

Sonali Giri, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Amritsar, inaugurated the show and was highly impressed by the vibrant and colourful extravaganza.

School Principal Anupama Mehra appreciated the efforts of teachers and children in making the event a great success. She said, “Our purpose of organising the carnival was to develop in our little ones, the spirit of humanity and service towards all mankind.”

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