Innocent Hearts College of Education celebrated Teej festival

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  • August 14, 2022
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Teej

Jalandhar August 12 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- The student-teachers of Innocent Hearts College of Education organised Teej function with zeal and cheerfulness. The central idea of celebrating Teej was to revive the love for Indian culture and tradition amongst the would-be teachers and to spread the message of oneness.The function started with prayer ceremony to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. This was followed by dumb charades game, modelling, singing and dancing by the student-teachers in the college auditorium.

The student-teachers walked gracefully during the Modelling contest glorifying Indian women by wearing new traditional clothes, colourful bangles, with parandis on their plaited hair and mehendi on their hands. Diksha Handa won the title of Miss Teej, Sakshi Thakur achieved the title of Shringar Punjab di, Manmeet Kaur won Heer Majajan title, Nandini Luthra bagged the title Shaan Mehfil di and Tanu Arora won the title Teeyan di Raunak. Winners of the Bangle game were Sakshi Thakur and Manmeet Kaur. Vishali Arora bagged first prize in Bindi game.

Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh congratulated the winners and bestowed gifts, he elucidated that Hariyali Teej means ‘greenery’, so green is the colour of the festival. It refers to the period when Indian farmers sow their crops.Swings were also put-up in the college campus. The student-teachers enjoyed swinging and singing traditional Teej songs.The function ended with an energetic dance performance by the would-be teachers depicting their love and respect for Indian culture and heritage.

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