STATE TIMES NEWSJINDRAH: NSS volunteers of GDC Jindrah celebrated Dogra festival ‘Raade and Minjraan’ with great zeal and in a traditional manner under the headship of Principal Prof. Dr. Raj Shree Dhar. This festival commenced on Aashad Sankranti and will conclude with “Tamdey” on which Dogras gift vessels, containers, sugar, fruits, sweets, hand fans etc to their daughters.As per tradition, girl students of GDC Jindrah are sowing Raade i.e seeds of five different crops like maize, bajra etc on ground with in digged broken necks of earthern pots. The number of Raadae can be as many as number of family members and one extra raada is inserted to pray God to add new member to the family. The students will take due care of these raade by watering them everyday and colouring them every Sunday by making rangoli using organic colours which signifies growth and multiplication of the family and will pray to God for colourful and joyful life ahead. Girls sing traditional songs, make Dogra quisines like qeeur, rutt etc.The programme was organized by Dr. Sunil Dutt Sharma (NSS officer of the college) and Prof. Deepika Sharma ( HOD EVS).
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