Age Minimum (with Adult): 12+, Minimum Age:12+
This Raksha Bandhan ,come join us in making seed rakhis!
The bonding between a brother and a sister is simply unique and is beyond description in words. The relationship between them is extraordinary and is given importance in every part of the world. However, when it comes to India, the relationship becomes all the more important as there is a festival called "Raksha Bandhan" dedicated for the brother-sister love. The festival is made up of two words, namely "Raksha" and "Bandhan." As per the Sanskrit terminology, the occasion means "the tie or knot of protection" where "Raksha" stands for the protection and "Bandhan" signifies the verb to tie. Together, the festival symbolizes the eternal love of brother-sister relationship which does not mean just the blood relationships only. Come join us make beautiful seed rakhis for the people who protect us. The seed in the rakhi can then be grown into a lovely little plant :) Date: 18th July 2020 Time: 2 pm - 3 pm Location: Virtually (Zoom Meeting ID would be shared with registered volunteers). The materials required for the session will be notified to you once you register for the session :) Session facilitator - Ms Jaee Jog Facilitator Information - Mr Jaee Jog is a 2nd Year Applied Arts ( Commercial Arts ) student in Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art, Mumbai. She has been awarded medals and certificates at National level art competitions like Kshitij Art society, Avantika art and many more.
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