Lights illuminate every corner of India during Diwali, and the scent of incense sticks hang in the air, mingling with the sounds of laughter, joy, togetherness, and hope. This year, Presidians united on a virtual platform to defeat the darkness of disease and spread the light of joy and hope on the occasion of Diwali. The school dignitaries graced the virtual assembly. Students highlighted the festival's importance through speeches, poems, and slogans on pollution-free and green Diwali. In their festive mood, they didn’t forget that we must not encourage bursting crackers as they emit a lot of smoke, causing air pollution and employing child labour. The celebratory spirits were pumped as they presented a colourful and vibrant array of cultural performances. Dances and songs representing the spread of light and cheer followed, filling the mystical atmosphere with rhythm and symphony. Lakshmi Puja and Aarti were performed by families of Presidians online, spreading the message of having a socially distant and safe Diwali.