UP Governor Ram Naik celebrates Holi with poor Children

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Published on: 22 March 2016 10:32 AM GMT
UP Governor Ram Naik celebrates Holi with poor Children
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Holi has always been a festival of fun and excitement for Indians but the real feast to eyes is when you see kids rejoicing the day with colours and fun.

It is universal truth that kids are the most innocent creatures on the Earth. Their minds are beyond the thoughts of religion and community, their emotions are full of love for others. So, if you really want to experience the real zeal of the festival, then children are the best company to enjoy with.

Holi with The Governor:

Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik and his wife Kunda Naik today kept the true spirit of the festival by celebrating it with the children from poor background.

The Raj Bhawan city witness to the happiness of these children when they found huge 'water guns' inside the gift packets distributed to them by the Governor. There was a moot question in the eyes of every kid 'kya ye sach mein mere liye hai?' (Is this really for me?) and Governor replying back to them with a huge smile on his face.

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The Governor wished the people a happy and safe festive season and requested everyone to celebrate the day with care and love.

Kids celebrating Holi at play-school:

A play-school in Lucknow today witnessed the same excitement and enthusiasm of these tiny tots when they celebrated 'Holi' filling the atmosphere with hues of happiness and colourful smiles. These kids greeted each other by colouring their friends in different colours and wishing 'Happy Holi' to their fellows with their innocent smiles.

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  • The school principal Shabnam Kapoor arranged for the herbal colours instead of the synthetic ones to keep it safe for the kids. The wards also pledged to celebrate environment friendly holi by using herbal colours in order to keep the festival safe for them and for others.
  • The school enhanced the smiles on the faces of these kids by distributing water-guns, colours and the symbolic dish of the festival, 'Gujhiya' as gifts.
  • A cultural programme was also organised by the school in which these tiny toddlers participated and showcased their talents in front of the audience.

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