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15th August and Janmastami Celebration at Kadakia Educational Campus. Ankleshwar

It was a red letter day in the history of India when the country got her freedom on August 15, 1947. It took hundreds of years to us to break shackles of slavery. People of the country celebrate this festival every year with great pomp and show. The main Programmed is celebrated at the Red Fort in New Delhi. Besides this festival is also celebrated in every city and town, in schools, colleges and universities.

Our college also celebrates this festival every year. For this year, we had made all the preparations.

Pursottam Chaubisa (Pandit Ji) hoisted the national flag on the school building sharp at 8:00 am. All the students and faculties saluted the flag and then sang the National Anthem.

In the end the Principal delivered the short speech. He told the students about the supreme sacrifice the great martyrs gave for the sake of freedom. He also said that the freedom was very precious and it was very necessary to preserve it.

The Principal exhorted the students to follow the ideals of the great people like Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose etc. Then some more people delivered speeches on the occasion. All the speakers spoke on the significance of the historic day. They advised the students to become ideal citizens of the country.

In the end of the ceremony, sweet-balls ( laddoos) were distributed among the students and faculties.

The Pledge is

Let us together pledge towards a Clean India

Let us together pledge towards a Poverty-free India

Also Let us together pledge for a Corruption-free India

Let us together pledge for a Terrorism-free India

Let us pledge towards a Communalism-free India.

Janmashtami Celebration Major Celebrations

In Kadakia Educational Campus (KEC) celebrated Dahi Handi on the occasion of Janmashtami. Lord Krishna was born on Janmashtami Day in the month of Shravan at midnight. This day is celebrated all over India with much festivities by fasting and praying to him. On the following day people rejoice by holding Dahi Handi function.

As Lord Krishna and his poor cowherd friends loved milk, curd and butter kept in high hung handis, two beautifully decorated handis were hung in the collage garden on a lovely backdrop. A group of girls and boys were thrilled to break these handis on the feet tapping musical background. The audience too enjoyed the show.

It was a memorable day for one and all. DR. T. D. TIWARI (Principal & Executive Director KEC Ankleshwar) thanked the faculties, students and helpers who worked hard to present this show.