Onam, the festival of fun & frolic, a season of joy & plenty, with its message of universal brotherhood, transcending the narrow walls of caste, creed & religion, was celebrated in St. Peter’s with all its warmth & spirit, bringing all Peterians into a single family. Besides the traditional attire, floral decorations, Nadanpattu, Kummattikali, Thiruvathira, Vanchipattu, Special song by teachers, Chendamelam etc lent immense beauty & colour to the celebrations.The skit depicted the great message of unity and brotherhood ,the underlying spirit of Onam. Maveli was the cynosure of all eyes. The primary class children dressed as tigers, prowled the performance arena, conquering the hearts of every one, with their vibrant, vigorous & rhythmic movements .The spirit of the celebrations reached a crescendo with the Chendamelam. The president of St. Peter’s Education Trust , Dr. C.T Abraham conveyed the message, in which he stressed the need for love & humanism, for peaceful living. The celebrations came to an end with the sumptuous “onasadhya” .