Mother’s Day celebrations made audience poignant at JKPS Kunjwani



JAMMU: JK Public School (JKPS) Kunjwani celebrated the much-awaited Mother’s Day with zing and zest.
The day makes the world acknowledge the incredible influence of a mother in every child’s life. The children across the nation, irrespective of their communities, castes, creeds, colours and gender, express themselves passionately and reinforce their special bonding with their mothers.
Keeping these emotional ties in mind, the school had a special celebration on Mother’s Day. A plethora of activities were conducted in special Assembly, including dance and group songs.
The highlight of the programme was on the spot painting, wherein three students painted on the easel boards along with the recital from the Choir group children.
The students had something very special and unique to bring a smile on their beloved mother’s face. With great feelings, they made beautiful greeting cards for their mothers. Each card was special and different in its own way. They poured out their hearts while they read out the rich content of their cards.
Aaliya Mahajan of Grade 4 enthralled the audience with her solo dance on all time favourite number dedicated to all the Moms:

Maa, Meri Maa,
Meri Maa
Pyari Maa, Mamma…
Hathon Ki Lakeerein Badal Jayengi,
Gham Ki Ye Janjeerein Pighal Jayengi
Ho Khuda Pe Bhi Asar,
Tu Duaon Ka Hai Ghar,
Meri Maa, Pyari Maa…

Heart-warming feelings filled the air with intimacy, gratitude, appreciation and acknowledgement.
Principal Rajesh Rathore quoted, “Mother’s feet forms the holiest precinct on the planet”. He inspired the children to inculcate virtuous deeds and resort to ethical ways that makes the parents happy and contented.
“How ironical is the fact that human memory can’t retain the impressions from birth to attaining two years of age, when the parents shower their optimum love on children. Hats off to Moms for confronting countless sleepless nights, wherein child kept on crying & got on mother’s nerves, yet she handled every situation with patience and smile. Rarely children can show even 20% of that patience, feeling of joy & smile to their Moms in their old age”, the Principal further added.
All in all it was an extremely enjoyable and memorable day which left an indelible mark on the reminiscences of the audience.