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Matripuja Conducted - VKV  Kharsang

VKV-kharsang conducted the Matri Puja for the students and parents of class-X. At 10.00 am., Class-X students received thier mothers / fathers to the prayer hall after washing the feets of their parents. It was noticed that such an holy task was done by the students for the first time in the thier life and it could touch their hearts. Out of 33 students a total number of 31 mothers were present for the programme.  

All the parents offered flowers in the front of BHARAT MATA and SWAMI VIVEKANANDA and then they were taken to the prayer hall after the Tilak. Smt. Mamta Singh started the programme with invocation followed by the Welcome address from Shri Shyamal Chakraborty, Principal, VKV-Kharsang. He also introduced Su. Pranati Roy, Principal, VKV-Borgolai, Shri P. Ajay Kr., Cluster I/C and Shri S.N.Pandey, Teacher, VKV-Jairampur, to the parents and the students.

It was followed by the felicitation of Su. Pranati Didi by Shri P. Ajay Kr with a traditional bag of Tangsa community. 

After this, Adarneya Pranati Didi spoke to the participants about the significance of the Matri Puja. In her elaborate speech she explained the role of a mother for the growth of a child with some interesting facts and stories from the real life experiences. She said that in a family every mother is like a scientist and her project is to bring up her child with moral values to become successful in life. 

It was followed by the deliveration of instructions from Shri S.N.Pandey for beginning of Matri Puja. The complete puja was conducted as per the guidelines issued by VKVsAPT. The whole procedure of puja was performed by the parents and students from the inner-core of their heart, which was visible from their facial appearances.

Now, it was the time for listenning the feedbacks from the students and parents. Most of the students said that it was a wonderful experience for them and for the first time they could understand the sacfrices of their mothers to brought them up for their colourful future. During their talk it was noticed that the eye were wet and were lacking words to express their deep feelings.

Some of the parents shared their experiences and appraised the VKVs for organising such a value-based programme for the development of parent – child relationship in the society.