Keeping with the tradition of celebrating all festivals with fervour and gaiety and introducing the Presidians to their rich culture and heritage, a special virtual assembly was conducted on Baisakhi by Grade 2 students. They presented a wonderful play on the celebration of the Baisakhi festival. Some of them were dressed as farmer-folk and vigorously sang the folk song “Kheta di mukk gayi raakhi…o jatta aayi baisakhi…” Others enacted a conversation to explain the significance of Baisakhi and why it is celebrated. They also explained how and why Baisakhi is considered to be a New Year in Punjab. Some students articulated how Baisakhi is popular in Assam as Rongali Bihu, Bhogali Bihu, Baisakh Bihu, and in Kerala, it is known as Vishu. Some girls danced to the beats of Gidda and sang along. The assembly concluded with some of our boys broke into Bhangra as their classmates heartily clapped to the beat.