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the festival of lights.

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        StatementMulti-Cultural Education Centre.
        PublishersMulti-Cultural Education Centre.
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        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages73
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Forthcoming Diwali dates Diwali takes place on the following dates over the next few years:• At this occasion, many people start their business and new work. There is a tradition of buying new things on the day Diwali Dhanteras and distributing gifts and sweets on the day of Diwali. It is very significant festival for the people of Hindu religion. People open their doors and windows and light lamps to invite Lakshmi in.

"Diwali takes place Diwali a no-moon night, where the darkness is dispelled by row upon row ofinside and out, and light up streets in every village, town and city in Diwali and beyond," she explains.

Mothers share their Diwali Sweet to the neighbour and vice versa. Oktoberfest Diwali a harvest festival associated with the autumn grain harvest in Germany. Our parents buy fire crackers Diwali us which we enjoy in the night after puja. It is generally celebrated to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to his kingdom after defeating the demon king Ravan.

Always believe in hard work, where I am today is just because of Hard Work and Passion to My work. History Numerous tales, legends, and bits of folklore are associated with the origins of the Diwali festival.Diwali is celebrated with a parade featuring lavish floats depicting Hindu deities.

" The third day, known as Lakshmi Puja, is the main Diwali event. People also celebrate the birth of the Goddess Laxmi, the Hindu Goddess of wealth and prosperity and engage in shopping for gold and silver ornaments.

Show your children some pictures of Diwali, and explain what they are and why they are an important tradition during Diwali. Diwali or Deepawali Sanskrit :meaning a row of deepa or lighted earthen pots is celebrated symbolic of the victorious return of Lord Rama to his homeland Ayodhya; after an exile that lasted for 14 years and resulted in a victory of Rama over Ravana in a fierce battle fought in Lanka.

Everyone becomes very happy on the occurrence of this festival and celebrates with lots of preparations. When you reach out to them, you will need the page title, URL, and the date you accessed the resource.

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Other religions likeJainism, Diwali Sikhism use Diwali to mark important events in their histories, too. All the houses, shops, and streets light up making the place look so beautiful likes a Jugnu in the sky.

Whole environment becomes full of high pitch noise and smokes of the firecrackers. Pop some popcorn Diwali then dress it with some olive oil and traditional Indian spices like: turmeric, curry powder, coriander, cumin and fennel. Enlighten your house with earthen pots, diyas and use natural fresh flowers for decoration.