Navratri comes from the Sanskrit words Nava (meaning nine) and ratri (night). This nine night festival was observed at QMIS Premises in a grand manner as usual with prayer on all nine days for Goddess Durga bestow upon our team in all her nine forms of blessings fame, name, wealth, prosperity, happiness, education, health, power and commitment. The festive season started commenced on 28th September and ended with Akshara Abhyasam on 8 th October. The golu was set in a halcyon way with 7steps. The team had a separate demarcation for Kailash Mountain with the concept of “Thiruvilaiyadal”. Saibaba was given a special throne with sovereignty. We also had a meadow with “Krishna leelaigal & Karthigai Pengal. We also depicted the concept of endangered species and importance of farming. We hosted our parents with entrancingly blessed invitation on 30 th of September, 3 rd and 4 th of October. Our children entertained our parents through their devotional songs, instrumental rhythms and dances to showcase the art forms into the arena. All the nine days, our school was fragranced with holy vibes. This holy vibration of our ambience ended up with Akshara Abhyasam on 9 th October. Newly admitted children as well as our existing children had an opportunity for a dawn of new possibilities and beginning their education in an auspicious way. Navrathri came to an end with a hope that Goddess Durga exists eternally, always in our campus abiding in her own sweet nature, inhabiting the hearts and minds of her perfect devotees.