Guru Purnima is a child 's play.

This was Guru Purnima, a festival is traditionally celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists, to pay their respects to gurus or teachers.

Guru Purnima is celebrated on the second full moon day in the Hindu Calendar month of Ashadha (July-August).

It was sometime past 10 AM and when I took out my phone to take pictures this how the students in park disbursed.

This is what they were doing and repeated again after they again became ignorant of my picture taking intention.

My be carrying one student to throw in bushes was there idea of fun.

I ttok the above two pictures pretending to be taking this picture on the left:

These students had half day off from nearby school and instead of going home they decided to celebrate Guru Purnima like that. But no body complained. Not even the boy who was thrown into bushes.
Sorry for poor quality of picture. Wide screen lense ruined the detail of other wise not so poor camera of ZTE Grand X. Over cast clouds in sky did not help.