Yieeee!! It’s Christmas time, birth of the Christ marks the beginning of the celebration week all over and so the excitement, fun and masti was on another level at St. Xavier’s School, Jaipur. The most-awaited event of the year has finally arrived for the Xavierties who were seen in high spirits for the occasion.
Students, all drenched in the festive mood, started the day with spectacular assembly where they showcased the birth scene of Jesus Christ. Li’l girls decked up as fairies and mother Mary, boys enacting father Joseph and three kings looked adorable in their attires. The way it was depicted by these talented students, it touched the audience deep inside.
Christmas is incomplete without the highly anticipated presence of everybody’s favorite, star of the day … yes of course! The SANTA CLAUS. Cheering and wishing all, Santa came to the stage. As soon as the Santa was on the stage, the young audience stood up in excitement to see their ever-so lovable Santa. Circling Santa were kids dressed up as X-mas tree, who sang Jingle Bells and made the entire crowd groove along with them.
Celebration for any festival is considered incomplete without philanthropic act and keeping the same in mind, members of the LTS club visited the Mother Teresa Home, to shower them with gifts, love, care and affection.
Finally, the day came to an end but definitely not the fun, which continued with the beats of DJ Suraj … none could help staying off the dance floor!
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