Decorated in vibrant hues, the auditorium had an ambience of joy and happiness. The programme began with a meaningful prayer. Melodious Ram bhajans were sung by the students of class 3C, and Hindi Choir (class 4 & 5). Children of class 5C dressed up as various characters from the Ramayana and replicated Lord Rama's reunion and return to Ayodhya after vanquishing Ravana in a battle, through a wonderful skit. A short poem was also recited to emphasize upon the festival of Diwali by the students of class 3C. Class 3C students also threw light upon the importance of each day of this 5 days festival. Class 4C and 5C students showcased the spirit of Diwali through mesmerizing dance performances. Children of class 4C also presented ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati: Diwali Special Episode.’ The atmosphere in the auditorium turned electric with loud laughter, fun and excitement. Various questions of this episode were designed to lay emphasis upon the facts pertaining to this festival and the importance of celebrating Diwali in the most ecofriendly way. The children were encouraged to be sensitive to the environment while celebrating the festival with full fervor. The assembly concluded with Primary Wing’s Coordinator Ma’am Ankita, giving away the message for a clean, peaceful and a bright Diwali. The assembly came to a close with a fusion dance showcasing Indian classical dance Bharatnatyam on the western beats. The dance performed in colourful costumes on foot tapping music, highlighted the festivity and good cheer of the festival.