Doing a different role in a skit
August 28, 2017 6:55am CST
Dear friends, On August 15, we celebrated not only Independence Day but the birthday of Lord Krishna too, which we call as ‘Janmashtami’. Since both days fallen on saome day there was celebrations for both. Children done many programs related to Lord Krishna and finally they did a Skit on Independence Day. My 10 year old also took part of the skit and he, himself asked the role of a Muslim. I asked why you took that role because I felt he is too small to learn the prayer and if it went wrong it is not good. To my surprise he did exactly and got many appreciations from all. I am happy that he learned the prayers by watching videos in mobile. I am happier on watching his dedication for making the role perfect. Are you a dedicated person?
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I did not know about all the celebrations you have there on that date. So good that he was able to learn all that part good for him. Here it was the celebration of the Virgin Carmen and others because they give her their own particular name. It was also a National Holiday as well.
Yes, Lord Krishna is the incarnation of "Mahavishnu'. We have an organization called "balagokulam' which is the biggest children's organization in Asia. Lord Krishna is the role model for children and Birthday of Sree Krishna is celebrates well by children.
@sishy7 I didn't think that way, I got her point with your narration. Thank you dear. Yes, the skit was part of the celebration of Lord Krishna, however, the same day was Independence day too so skit made on 'Independence day' and my son played the role of a Muslim.
@Sreekala haha ..lol.. that means he don't want to do anything under any pressure and as per instructions and others wish. He want to develop on his own..let him flourish, that develops a lot of confidence levels. . Some children prefer to do anything as per instructions but some don't like it.