Children’s life in school has changed so much during this Covid climate. During lock down parents all over the world, had to take on a new role as teachers. I know from my personal experience with my boys it definitely had its ups and downs!... but we all came through it, and it just brought us closer together.
So children.. why not take The Jai Jais with you to nursery and school, for fun and adventures in your day.
The mystical moon, the circle of hope, light and power. The moon is a symbol, universally representing the rhythm of time as it embodies the cycle. The phases of the moon symbolise immortality and eternity, enlightenment.
It is the harvest festival celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu lunar month of Ashvin. Sharad Purnima marks the end of monsoon. Devotees observe fast on Kojagiri Purnima and break the fast at the end of the day by eating Kheer, which is offered to the moon-god. According to the Puranas, Goddess Lakshmi takes the rounds of Earth to watch the actions of human beings.