‘Makar Sankranti’- a gaiety festival we celebrate as the harvest season begins. The supremacy of culture and tradition is grandly celebrated and observed by Sri Prakash's fraternity, students, and their families. Our students have gladly enjoyed organizing the displays of our cultural practices like Bhogi mantalu (bonfire), Bommala Koluvu and Bhogi-pallu as a reflection of festive spirits and unity. They have also graced and ornamented the ambience of our school with colourful Muggulu (Rangolis), kites, flowers, sugarcane, paddy spikes, mango, banana and coconut leaves, Gobbemmalu and Gobbillu. To show gratitude and appreciation towards our Gods of nature (Sun, rain) cows, and farmers, children have marvellously portrayed the roles of Haridas, Gangireddu Jangama Dora, Sodemma, Rytanna (farmer) Lord Venkateswara and Goddess Godadevi. To bring awareness about the significance and benefits of our healthy traditional food, students have exhibited the festive delicacies in various vintage and ethnic utensils, bowls and equipment. Guests are invited and welcomed in an exceptional and auspicious manner by our students. They have cheerfully offered guests our traditional sweets, desserts, and many scrumptious food items. The celebrations of Bhogi, Sankranti, and Kanuma are celebrated by our students with immense enthusiasm, great collaboration and coordination.

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