Moodbidri: Carmel School organizes exhibition

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Moodbidri, Feb 13: The school exhibition held on January 10, showcased a captivating array of cultural celebrations from around the globe. This report provides a comprehensive overview of the exhibition, highlighting the diverse festivals that were explored and the immersive experience it offered to students, teachers, and parents alike.

The exhibition space was transformed into a vibrant tapestry of colours, sounds, and traditions. Each corner represented a different festival, providing a unique opportunity for attendees to delve into the rich cultural heritage of various communities.

Grade II A and II B was a collection of colours and traditions, featuring vibrant displays representing diverse festivals celebrated around the world. The students creatively depicted the customs, attire, and rituals associated with festivals, fostering cultural awareness and understanding.

Intricate Rangoli designs, vibrant traditional clothing, and the warm glow of diyas. Interactive displays explained the significance fostering an appreciation for the traditions and rituals.

This exhibition fostered cross-cultural understanding and appreciation. The exhibition not only celebrated diversity but also served as an educational journey, enriching the school community with a deeper understanding of the cultural tapestry that surrounds us. Through this immersive experience, students were inspired to embrace and respect the traditions that make our world a beautifully diverse place.





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