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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Dance, song and colour. Celebrating children's day.









Children's day was a day of art, decoration, colour, dancing and roleplaying. The children of 1st and 2nd class dressed up as characters from Indian history and mythology. Their lives were celebrated with song and dance. The boy is dressed as Jawaharlal Nehru, who's birthday is on the day of Children's day. At his behest India celebrates it's future, the children, on this day.
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Mehendi (henna) art on Children's day




All of the girls seem to be experts at doing henna designs. Consider that in this program they have a maximum of 30 minutes to do both hands. They are pretty good!! Sorry about the quality of photos, you can't really see the intricate detail.
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More Rangoli









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Children's day Rangoli








Rangoli - a celebration of colour. Rangoli's are made with anything that is available. In the top one you can see they have also used stones, flower petals and dhal as part of the design
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Primary school art works




Here are a few samples of the art works done by the young students on children's day
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Saturday, November 12, 2011

View of the school

This is a view of the school as at September 2011. For those interested Google Earth has updated their images of Jadan Ashram to photos from 2010. It is interesting to see the Om Ashram, Hospital and School. Enjoy.

Anahat nada

For those who were in Strilky and were listening to the satsang about meditating on the sound of one stick. These are the sticks.

King of Cool