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"Diwali," by Trudi Strain Trueit. A simple introduction to the Hindu holiday of Diwali, which marks the beginning of the Hindu new year.

Introduce a cultural tradition in a way children easily relate to: by celebrating! This fact-filled book for beginning readers explores the history and significance of the day and offers great ideas for activities and crafts.

Bu gün Hindistanın en büyük bayramlarından biri olan Divali. Bu bayram, ışık festivali olarak da bilinir. Geceleri yakılan sayısız yağ kandili Rama’nın sürgünden evine dönüşünü canlandırır. Bu festival, Bombay’da Laksmi’ye ve Kalküta’da Kali’ye adanmıştır.  Tamamı beş gün süren bu bayramın birinci günü yeni iş yılı döneminin başlangıcıdır. İkinci gün Krishna’ya, üçüncü gün Şiva’ya, dördüncü gün ise arkadaşça görünen fakat şeytani bir güç olan Bali’ye adanmıştır. .....

Earth Pictures ‏ NASA released a satellite image of India from the evening of the festive holiday of Diwali, the celebration of lights

| 40+ Diwali Ideas   Cards, Crafts, Decor, DIY | India Crafts Glitter crafts foam Diwali

100+ Diwali Ideas - Cards, Crafts, Decor, DIY and Party Ideas

Make Diwali 2015 the grandest ever with these Diwali Ideas - Cards, Crafts, Decor, DIY for kids .Collection of amazing DIY ideas for home and office

 Diwali celebration. Diwali (also spelled Devali in certain regions) or Deepavali,[1] popularly known as the "festival of lights", is an important five-day festival in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism, celebrated for different reasons, occurring between mid-October and mid-November. For Hindus, Diwali is one of the most important festivals of the year and is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities together in their homes.

Elaborate Diwali displays are set up featuring many different types of diyas and rangoli.

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