Celebration and festivities seem to have no end at Presidium; they bring joy and happiness to our otherwise monotonous life, especially during the pandemic. They are also an important way to make the children stay connected with our rich cultural heritage and tradition. Baisakhi is one of the significant Hindu-Sikh community festivals that is celebrated in India and other parts of the world. This marks the coronation of the tenth Sikh Guru and the formation of Khalsa Panth. The festival also marks the ripening of the Rabi crops and their first harvest and the Sikh’s and Hindu’s new year; people wish each other a prosperous and happy life with an abundant harvest. A special virtual assembly was held to apprise the students about the Baisakhi festival on 13th April. The celebrations began with the prayers students were passionately involved dressed up in yellow color, they prepared and presented speeches, poems explaining the significance of the day and bhangra dance. They were familiarised with the customs and rituals followed on this day through a PowerPoint presentation.