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Virtual Mother’s Day Celebration at Bhavans SIS

Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Virtual Mother’s Day Celebration at Bhavans SIS

Mother’s Day - a sweet and charming occasion that any son or daughter can’t afford to miss is a commemorative event which is cherished and loved by all. This is the day we all get to celebrate with our best friend and the person to whom we always turn to when we need advice. This day celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting and is something everyone can relate to. People across regions, religions, castes, cultures, genders and financial status have emotions binding them to their mothers. There could not be a more universal celebration than this one.

Keeping this bonding emotion in mind, Bhavans Smart Indian School made this quarantine Mother’s Day the most memorable and unforgettable for their students by involving them in preparing something special and unique for their mothers. The students were in their greatest excitement when they were allowed to enter their virtual classrooms with their moms.The mothers had a splendid and impressive time when their children surprised them with something spectacular and exciting in front of the class. It was a pleasure arousing moment for the school Principal, and teachers watching the super excited children dancing, singing and performing in their best way for their mothers.

When the tiny toddlers of the Primary Wing surprised their mothers with unique and amazing cards, the middle and the senior grade students made their mothers feel special by their sweet and emotional speeches. Each performance was special and different in its own way. What more could have made “Mothers Day” more special than this?

Mother is the most supreme creation of God. When He knew that he may forget to pat all his children; He thought let there be the most affectionate and faithful person on earth to love his children. A day is not enough to thank any mother for all her sleepless nights and efforts. She is the Goddess; the goddess of love. These loving words from any child cannot leave a mother’s eye wet. Such thoughtful recitations from the students made the day the most memorable and affectionate not only for the parents but also for the teachers of the Smart Indian School.

All the mothers with their children logged off from the virtual classes emotional and proud; cherishing this moment in their heart forever. For most of them this virtual celebration offered them the greatest positive vibe, energy and strength to fight this dark pandemic which has brought all of us to a complete lock down in Kuwait.

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