The month of Baisakh was welcomed with usual fervour in The Holy Wonders School Kharar. Tiny tots dressed in colourful traditional Punjabi attires and celebrated Baisakhi. Wearing Punjabi dresses, students represent the culture of the state.
Students were informed about harvesting, incident of Jallianwala Bagh and establishment of Khalsa. The celebrations started with the recitation of a shabad .Students of the school and performed folk dance Bhangra & Giddha in the fields where farmers were harvesting their ripe golden crop.
The Principal, The Holy Wonders School Premjeet Grover while speaking on the occasion said that Baisakhi has deep-rooted significance for Punjabis. April 13 marks the beginning of new samvat year, our Indian calendar begins from this day.
Traditionally, the farmers start wheat harvesting on the day of Baisakhi. At night they all burst forth into a vigorous bhangra to celebrate. She urged kids to respect their culture and tradition as every country is known by its tradition.The function ended with a lively presentation of bhangra by students of senior classes. Later prizes and gifts were distributed to the winners and participants.