Mangaluru: Onam celebrations galore at Carmel School  

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Mangaluru, Aug 30: Onam was celebrated at Carmel School. 

The tapestry of unity was woven by the intricately designed Pookalam symbolizing the spirit of unity and teamwork as the Carmel family gathered to get it done. The radiant light of prosperity was ignited by Sr Lily Pushpa - principal, Dr Sr Prem - administrator, and Sr Premal - vice principal, illuminating the path ahead.

Amidst the morning assembly gentle breeze, the eloquent voices of grade X A students painted the canvas of significance, narrating the tale of Onam prosperity, togetherness, and happiness. This festival, a vibrant bloom of tradition and camaraderie, bestowed its blessings upon all.

As the sun reached its zenith, the fragrance of unity lingered in the air, drawing staff members together for an evening of merriment. The principal, like petals of wisdom, carried wishes of the happiest Onam to both students and teachers, echoing through the corridors. Draped in the elegance of tradition, the staff members graced the occasion in the hues of their heritage. Their smiles, like subtle petals, mirrored the essence of unity that Onam brought forth. As the day’s drapery unfolded, it was evident that this celebration was more than a festival - it was a lively bouquet of togetherness and happiness.


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