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Mehandi Competition was held to inculcate among the learners interest in traditional customs of India exhibited on various festive occasions. Students took part in this competition entusiatically. They applied various alluring designs and exhibit their talent in this art form. Mehndi (or Henna) is the application of henna as a temporary form of skin decoration, most popular in various regions of India.
Bandhanwar, commonly referred to as Toran, is an ornamental door hanging crafted with mango leaves and marigolds on a thread. These torans are used as an embellishment to the entrance gate/door of the house.
Decorating the home during festivals, is a very important part of Indian traditions. To emphasise this "Toran making Activity" was conducted. The enthusiasm showed by the students was infectious. They enjoyed doing activity, thereby learning how to be helpful to the parents doing festival.
Kite Making Competition
Makar Sankranti is celebrated every year on the 14th of January. A Kite Making Competition was organized for the students. The students participated in the activity with full zeal and fervour. It was a wonderful opportunity for the students to showcase their creativity that left the onlookers astounded. On the whole the competition was full of colours and innovative thoughts.
Poster Making Competition
To bring out the creative expression of the students and also to gauge their awareness quotient, Poster Making Competition was organized. The theme taken up for the above was “SWACHHATA ABHIJAN”. The students displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters on the given topic. The aim of this competition was not merely to see the creative aspect but also to trigger the thought process of the students and sensitize them towards these burning & serious issues. The best advantage of poster making is that it facilitates team work and understanding along with facilitating creative thinking and extensive research and reading. It provides students with an opportunity to learn by doing, in turn strengthening the learning.
Glass Painting Competition
As a learning activity, Art and Craft has traditionally been passed over in favor of more academic pursuits. It allows the students to explore ideas and concepts. They gain confidence by participating and it also shows their learning outcome. B.Ed. Students participated in Glass Painting Competition. It was very interesting to see the creative output by the students.
A hanging craft is a decoration, an amulet, a religious or a symbolic object that is hung from the ceiling or another structure. Hanging crafts can project abstract shapes fashioned from sheet metal, wood, paper or plastic materials, connected by wire or chord, whose individual elements are capable of moving independently or as a whole when prompted by air movement or direct contact. Heavy hangings are hung with a lag bolt with deep grooves in the threads for maximum grip, or with a toggle bolt that uses a large collapsible nut to increase clamping pressure of the bolt.
Lantern Making Competition
B.Ed. students competed amongst themselves in creating the best lantern. The competition was part of Diwali Celebrations. As the students eagerly await the Indian festival of lights, “Deepawali” - Lantern Making Competition was organized. All the students participated in the competition zealously. Students got their material and crafted beautiful lanterns using various techniques of folding and cutting paper. They later enlivened the lanterns with lights and colourful embellishments. It was a visual treat to see the students giving wings to their imagination.
Rangoli making is about showing artistic creativity by using beautiful colors. This is a traditional art which is created on the floor. At any festival or occasion, Rangoli always becomes the major highlights.
Making Rangoli is an art of colors where the creativity and imagination of the students expatiate itself. All the participants through their Rangoli portrayed the persistent problems prevailing in our country. The social issues were highlighted which spruced up the event.
Overall, the whole event was entertaining and full of thrill. Colors create excitement in life. It brings happiness and makes everything beautiful in the world. Having felt of the importance, Rangoli was organized to promote the traditional culture of India.