Awurudu Celebrations at Ave Maria Convent
Ave Maria Convent came alive with vibrant colors, rhythmic music, and the sweet aroma of traditional delicacies as the students, teachers, and parents of the primary section gathered to celebrate Awurudu on the 2nd, May. This cherished Sri Lankan tradition marked the beginning of the Sinhala and Tamil New Year with enthusiasm and fervor. Students clad in elegant traditional attire showcased their cultural heritage through dance, music, and drama performances, captivating the audience with their talent and grace. The festivities included traditional games such as kana mutti, kotta pora, and raban pada, fostering camaraderie and friendly competition among students. The air resonated with laughter and cheers as students and teachers alike immersed themselves in the spirit of the celebration. The Awurudu celebration at Ave Maria Convent was not merely an event but a celebration of heritage, community, and the bonds that unite us all. It served as a reminder of the rich tapestry of cultures that enrich our lives and the importance of coming together to celebrate and preserve our traditions for generations to come.