Saraswati Puja is an integral part of all educational institutions across the subcontinent. Every year all the schools and colleges perform this puja and celebrate this day with great happiness. As this is an indivisible part of educational culture, many times it is used as a context to test the students’ English comprehension test.
Hence today, I decided to come up with a session to write letters to your friend about Saraswati puja. I hope this will help you.
Question: You have recently taken part in the Saraswati Puja ceremony in your school. Write a letter to your friend describing your experience of this day.
Hints: Saraswati Puja in school- Most desired ceremony- All wait for this day- You took part in Puja activities- Went to other schools to invite- By morning, puja started- All students came- Prasad distributed after puja-Conclusion
13 B Sodepur Road, Panihati
February 12, 2020
It’s been a long time that I haven’t heard from you. How are you doing nowadays? Recently I have taken part in the Saraswati Puja ceremony in my school. Through this letter, I want to share that experience with you.
The Saraswati Puja is the most desired ceremony for all the students of your school. Throughout the year, we all wait for this day to come. Like all other years, I took part in the puja works from 3 days prior to the Puja. We went to other schools to invite them to our school’s Puja ceremony.
Every year, we have a grand ceremony of Saraswati puja. I stay in school from the day before the puja. This year was no exception as well. By the morning of that day, the Puja started. All the students of our school along with many other schools’ students also came to attend our ceremony. After the Puja got over, we distributed the Prasad among all who were present. Overall it was a pretty mesmerising ceremony.
How did you spend this year’s Saraswati Puja? Let me know in the next letter soon.
Your dear friend,
Question: Due to sudden illness, you wouldn’t be able to participate in this year’s Saraswati puja in the school. Write a letter to your friend regretting your inability to attend the ceremony and describe the issue.
Hints: Saraswati puja in school- You’re suffering from typhoid- Admitted to hospital- Saved by doctors and medicines- Now slowly recovering- Post-suffering weakness- going under restrictions- Doctors suggested to rest- You’re unable to attend the puja- Regret- Conclusion
2/61 Ajoy Banerjee Sarani, Muragacha
South 24 Parganas, West Bengal
February 23, 2021
I have just finished reading the last letter you wrote to me. There you have asked me why I’m not coming to school to participate in the pre-Saraswati Puja ceremony. I’m so sorry to let you know that this year, I will not be able to participate in the Saraswati Puja due to my sudden sickness.
By the last week, I have fallen seriously ill. It’s typhoid that I am suffering from. For three days, I even had to get admitted to a hospital. With the help of doctors and medicines, I have been able to save myself. Currently, I am slowly recovering from that sickness. But due to the suffering, I am still very weak. Besides, I am going under a lot of restrictions. And the doctors have strictly advised me to take rest for at least one more month.
I deeply regret my inability to attend the Saraswati puja celebration. But I’m helpless. Please explain my reason to the other friends and teachers.
Your loving friend
Question: You have recently participated in a socio-cultural welfare program organised by your school on the occasion of this year’s Saraswati puja. Write a letter to your friend explaining your experience.
Hints: Your school organises unique programs- Dedicated this year’s puja to the socio-cultural enrichment of poor children- Had a small traditional ceremony first- Went to slum nearby- Cultural ceremony with the poor children- You sang, danced, shared cultural values- Books, food and clothes were distributed- Conclusion
87/C RN Tagore Road, South Tarapukur
February 11, 2021
It’s been a long time that I haven’t received letters from you. How are your days going? You know, recently I participated in a socio-cultural welfare program organised by my school on the occasion of this year’s Saraswati puja. Through this letter, I’m eager to share my experience with you.
For every years’ Saraswati Puja, our school plans something very unique. This year was no exception for that as well. This year, our school planned to dedicate the day to the socio-cultural enrichment of poor children. By the morning of the Puja, we had a small traditional ceremony in our school compound. After that, we went to a nearby slum and initiated a socio-cultural ceremony with the residing children of the area. Under this day-long program, we sang, danced and shared our cultural values with them. Besides, books, food and clothes were distributed among them too.
Overall, this year’s puja was so unique for all of us. How did you spend your Saraswati Puja? Let me know in the next letter.
Your best friend,
Question: Due to the global pandemic, you have not been able to attend this year’s Saraswati puja in school. Instead, you have participated in a virtual Puja ceremony of the Puja. Write a letter to your friend narrating your experience.
Hints: Your school used to organise Sarawati Puja- Global pandemic- Schools closed- School organised virtual puja ceremony- All joined the meeting- Witnessed puja at Headmaster’s house- Participated in cultural activities virtually- Headmaster addressed the students in the end- Conclusion
88/7, South Station Road,
Paschim Chuchura, Hooghly
January 28, 2021
In your last letter, you asked me how I spent this year’s Saraswati Puja. In this letter, I want to share my unique experience of spending this year’s puja with you.
Every year, our school used to organise the Sarawati Puja with great grandeur. But as the global pandemic is going on now and all the schools are still closed, we knew that there would be no puja ceremony this year. But a few days prior to the puja, we received a notice from the school. Through that notice, we were informed that this year’s puja ceremony would be going to be organised virtually. On the day of Puja, we joined the meeting through a provided link. There we witnessed the Puja ceremony at our headmaster’s house. After the ceremony got over, we participated in various cultural activities virtually. In the end, our headmaster addressed all the students to stay safe and blessed.
I’ve never participated in such a virtual puja ceremony. I’m literally amazed by this unique initiative. What do you think of this? Let me know.
Best wishes and regards,
I hope you have understood everything about writing letters to your friend about Saraswati puja in your school. For your convenience, I have tried to write letters from different aspects based on the primary context. Don’t ever forget to add your own unique points to your letters. If you’re still having issues with this session, let me know through some quick comments. I’ll definitely help you. Besides, if you like our initiative, let us know that too. Browse our website to go through more such sessions.
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