Mahatma Gandhi said, “I do regard spinning and weaving as a necessary part of our national system of education”.
Weaver’s Day was observed in our school in order to bring the awareness among the students that the real strength of our handloom industry lies in its exquisite designs, unique motifs and link with culture and tradition on the one hand, and its socio-economic importance in providing livelihood opportunity to lakhs of people living in rural areas, on the other hand. The students were encouraged to go for handloom clothes so as to promote the indigenous creations and honour the skill and dedication of handloom weavers.
On this day, the tiny tots of our school came dressed up like Gandhiji, their faces glowed with pride. All the students and teachers were in the traditional outfit – boys in cotton vesti-shirt, girls in cotton “Pavadai- chattai” and lady teachers in cotton/handloom sarees. Here we sign off with the note, “A good life is like a weaving”. We don’t accomplish anything in this world alone. Whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one’s life.
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