KV-1 girl students made beautiful cards decorated with the message of Rakhi for the soldiers. IG News

Roorkee (Deshraj Pal). Rakhi is a holy festival of brother and sister love and is celebrated with great pomp in our country. On the occasion of Rakhi, the girl students of Kendriya Vidyalaya-I Roorkee made beautiful cards decorated with Rakhi and Rakhi messages for their army brothers posted at the border, which were displayed in the school library. The exhibition was inaugurated by the chief guest Anita Bisht. While observing the exhibition, he said that the imagination and creativity of the students has emerged in it. He said that such programs play an important role in keeping the students connected with their traditions and values. Principal Chandra Shekhar Bisht said that our soldiers who guard the country day and night on the border and are unable to go to their homes even during festivals, we want to make them realize that you are not alone, but we all are with you. . In the primary category, Shreya Tomar (4s) stood first, Avni (2s) stood second, and Yuvraj (1s) stood third. In class 6 to 8, Kirti (6B) stood first, Artha (7C) stood second, and Pranay Saini (8C) stood third. In class 9 to 12, Jiya Kashyap (9A) stood first, Sakshi (9B) stood second, and Aamir Suhail and Pranita (9B) stood third. Vice Principal Anju Singh congratulated the winners. It is said that on the occasion of Rakhi, the sister ties Rakhi to her brothers and the brother promises her protection. That’s why on this occasion we send rakhi to our military brothers because they protect the country. On this occasion, the contribution of Ombir Singh, Poonam Kumari, Sandhya Pawar, Amrish Kumar, Raveena Yadav and Jaya Malik etc. was commendable.