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The caption BORN FOR OTHERS is the focal point. It counsels us to die to ourselves – our ego, selfishness and greed for possessions, in order to be life-giving to others.

It is only in giving that we can make our lives meaningful. This message recurs in the portrayal of Divine Child with arms outstretched enveloping all mankind and bestowing his unconditional love in abundance.

The trees and flowers to give their beauty, nourishment to one and all withholding nothing for self.

The magnificent sun joins in bringing its light and warmth which sustains life in nature and mankind. It gives life and energy impartially and generously. The sun also depicts the warmth of love which should be ever present in us.

The act of giving is echoed in each of the illustrations. Giving of oneself without counting the cost, without expecting any returns. May we too in turn, by examples set before us, strive to give of ourselves selflessly to others.

Our school follows the Maharashtra State Board Curriculum and we are constantly innovating to ensure that we deliver this curriculum as well as encourage extra-curricular activities.

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