25Oct, 2022
Govardhan Puja

Govardhan Puja also known as Annakut or Annakoot (meaning a “mountain of food”), is a Hindu festival in which devotees worship Govardhan Hill and prepare and offer a large variety of vegetarian food to Krishna as a mark of gratitude.

24Oct, 2022

Diwali is the five-day Festival of Lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus and Jains across the world. Diwali, which for some also coincides with harvest and new year celebrations, is a festival of new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness.

22Oct, 2022

Dhanteras is the worship of lord Dhanvantari. Lord Dhanvantari, according to Hindu traditions, emerged during Samudra Manthan, holding a Kalasha full of Amrit (an Ayurvedic herbal mix bestowing immortality) in one hand and the sacred text about Ayurveda in the other hand. He is considered to be the Vaidya of Gods.

26Sep, 2022
Navratri Sthapna

The nine nights (nav ratris) of the festival commemorate the nine avatars of Goddess Durga. The festival is a celebration of the victory of the goddess, the good, the positive over Mahishasura, an embodiment of the evil, the negative and egotism

14Sep, 2022
Hindi Diwas

Hindi Diwas or National Hindi Day is celebrated every year on September 14 to mark the adaptation of Hindi (written in Devanagari script) as the official language by the Constituent Assembly on September 14, 1949

08Sep, 2022
International Literacy Day

Since 1967, International Literacy Day (ILD) celebrations have taken place annually around the world to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to advance the literacy agenda towards a more literate and sustainable society

15Aug, 2021
Independence Day Celebration

India's 75th Independence Day Celebration.

24Dec, 2018
Annual Function

Jodhpur: Lucky International School, an award winning school for the Day Cum Boarding School in 2018, celebrated it’s the Annual Day and Scholar’s Felicitation Ceremony at LIS Campus yesterday. The celebration was kicked off at 5.30pm with lighting of the lamp and lasted till 10 pm. Mr Ashutosh Rana, a famous working actor in Bollywood as well as Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada and an unforgettable character acting as a cold blooded psychopathic killer in the hit Hindi Movie Dushman(1998) , was the chief guest of the LIS Annual Day Event. The program was presided by Shri S.N Kachhawaha, the Chairman of LIS who had called for the true value based education to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow in his annual Speech. Mrs Ragini Kachhawaha, the Principal of the School publicized the annual Report of LIS school to the invitees. The grand event was a attended by dignitaries in the field of art, music, education and other social and audience of 2000-3000 including parents of LIS scholars and who were remarkably thrilled by the exciting shows of in-house artistic stage shows of LIS annual event participants. The program profile consisted of Tempo Friction,- an amateur school pipe and percussion band-, Musical Ganesh Vandana, Heal the World of School Choir, Symphony Genius- Mission Impossible, X-mas Excitement and Dwanth- Agree to Disagree performance of primary , upper primary and high school presentation. The latter won the heart of the audience as they eye witnessed the magical steps of LIS performers. More than 190 meritorious awards won by the LIS Scholars in various field were given away by the Chief guest during Scholar’s Felicitation Ceremony session. Mr. Ashutosh Rana was very impressed by the role LIS plays in the society for differentiated and directive and reflective education towards lifelong skills. “Luck stands for Labour Under Correct Knowledge” added in his speech. He later on stressed to continue to promote Indian culture and ensure every scholar to be in right way .He appraised the school , Mrs Ragini Kachhawaha, the principal of LIS, for availing productive and creating true character through education in 21st Century. “ The beauty of every education is having a sense of enjoyment” Mr Ashutosh quoted. The evet Dwand(Agree to disagree) concluded with national anthem followed by refreshment for the attendees.