Independence Day celebration at BYJU’S
The 70th independence day was celebrated at the BYJU’S office with lots of colour and vigour. With ethnic wear as the theme, the office came alive with laughter and festivities. From beautiful patiala- kurtas of Punjab to traditional mekhla-chaddar of Assam; from cotton sarees to heavy Kanjivarams, the ladies at work spoke about their culture and tradition through their clothing. As for the men, we saw them dress up in traditional Daura-Suruwal, Mundu and kurta-pyjama. The office environment was infused with excitements as BYJUites strode across the bays to spot their favorite corners and click selfies.
All the love we received:
Enjoyed the day a lot. It was really nice to see people wearing their traditional attire at work.
I had a lot of fun. Got an opportunity to click pictures with the team in traditional dress.
It was a wonderful day and everyone enjoyed it.We should have such events atleast once a month.
It was a very pleasant day. Each of us dressed in traditional attire in hues of our national flag and the office environment was popped up with patriotism. Got a chance to click photos with friends. Thanks for making it a memorable day.
The day was awesome. Everybody wore their beautiful traditional dress. I got to meet and make new friends from different regions of our nation.
This is one of my best days in office. A newbie here, it was nice to see such colourful dress. The ethnic day is something I always wait for to wear my traditional dress and come across different people from different parts of the country. Thank you BYJU’S for this day.
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