"Eco friendly Rakhis"
Symbolic of the bond that siblings share, the festival of ‘Raksha Bandhan’ is no longer just about brothers promising to protect their sisters. Rakhi tied on a sibling’s wrist, no longer just confined to brothers but is also celebrated among sisters, symbolises a wish of a long and healthy life. Something that our planet is in dire need of. In an era of extinction rebellion and call for declaring climate change an emergency, every step, no matter how
small counts, including switching from traditional Rakhis that contain non-biodegradable
materials like plastic to Rakhi that can grow into sapling when planted on ground.
To imbibe the environmental sensitivity in our students LIS had organized a list of fun filled class activities for the students of grade 1 to 12 on 10 August, 2022.
Grade 1 to 5 students made eco friendly rakhi with their innovative ideas and grade 6 to 12 had rakhi thali decoration, rakhi making and greeting cards for their siblings.
All the children enjoyed the activity and were all set for tomorrow's Raksha Bandhan celebration.
We wish our LIS family "Happy Rakshabandhan"