Dussehra Celebrations at the Snubnose’s School


Dussehra is one of the most colorful festivals in India – celebrating the victory of good over evil through Lord Ram’s defeat of Raavan.

At the snubnose’s school, Dussehra was celebrated by throwing a Ramlila performance (a kind of street drama depicting stories from the life of Lord Ram), a dandiya dance (which the snubnose participated in), and a procession.

Here are some photos:

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I love that her school lays such a strong emphasis on the arts πŸ™‚ .

  • http://www.balramleela.com
    Email : harsh@balramleela.com
    Full Name : Harsh Dahiya
    Father Name : Shri Prakash Dahiya
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  • Shriram play by Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra. A celebration of Ramleela before Dussehra which is on 21st October.
    Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra enters its 51st year of the presentation of the story of β€˜RAM. At the time when β€˜RAM’ was first performed in 1957, there were practically no dancers in Delhi and had to be specially brought from Kolkatta and Kerala. Today it is a matter of pride that perhaps almost every school in Delhi – of which there are hundreds – have dance teachers who have performed in this production.

  • The pics were delightful.

  • School. FUn times!

  • Lovely pictures.. I am sure she had a great time at school.. Has she joined a dance class ?? Nice photos and lovely skirt…

    Enjoy maadi,


  • Adorable pics! πŸ™‚

  • Loved all the pictures! The snubnose looks too cute πŸ™‚ Hope she had a great time!

  • that’s so nice of the school.. am sure kids would learn to respect our culture..

  • kat

    I love these, I really want to go to India someday!

    • @kat: We could maybe exchange places πŸ™‚ what I wouldn’t give to see those massive schlosses all over Germany!

  • What adorable pictures! I love how colorful the festivals are in India!

    • @Steph: Thank you, yes, things are definitely very colorful here πŸ™‚

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