Call it Makar Sankranti, Lohri, Maghi, Bihu, Uttarayan, or Pongal – the harvest festival is around the corner and is celebrated with utmost zeal and enthusiasm in every nook and corner of India. Makar Sankranti marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiacal sign of Makar (cancer).
One of the major attractions of this festival is kite flying. On this day, all the members of family irrespective of the age, bond together and enjoy the reaping festival by flying kites. And so we at Laxmi Global School celebrated with the same zeal. Primary students had fun time coloring the kite, secondary students made their own kite and decorated it beautifully, even higher grade 8, 9 participated in essay writing competition. It was a fun-filled celebration at LGS.
Celebrated across the nation, this day holds religious and cultural significance. As per the Puranas, Lord Sun met his son Shani (swami of Makar Rashi) for the first time on this day. Another legend that is associated with this