• Auspicious Diwali
    Auspicious Diwali This year Diwali being on November 9th Friday is an auspicious day for all of us!! I start waiting for Diwali many days before !! I buy new pairs of clothes and buy lots of fireworks(best part of Diwali)I paint my house, buy lots of gifts and distribute it amongst my loved ones an
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  • Diwali Safetty
    Never burn firecrackers indoors You would think one didn't need to be told this, but a surprising number of people, children and adults, get carried away during the festival and decide for some reason that they cannot wait to step outdoors and burn that phuljari, so they just light up indoors. A
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  • Diwali Ethnography Project
    Introduction The subject that I researched for my ethnography was the Hindu festival of Deepavali within the Nepalese culture, and how it has been incorporated in the Nepalese festival of Tihar. The informants I have interviewed are all within my consanguineal family. Two of the interviews were don
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  • Diwali
    What is Diwali ? The word "Diwali" is a contraction of "Deepavali", originating from the Sanskrit word Dīpāvalī (दीपावली) which can be translated to "Row of Lights". Hence the Diwali Festival is also called the "Festival of Lights". Diwali is the name for the festival in North-Indi
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  • Pollution Due to Diwali
    After a year of waiting, Diwali arrived. Everyone’s house would be lighted up with lamps & joy. Almost everyone loves celebrating Diwali. Though I’m an atheist, I also like this festival as it lights up the world. But along with bit happiness for the arrival of Diwali, I get lots of worry every
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  • Creating Sound Crackers from the Electrolysis of Water and Baking Soda
    Santa Rosa Science and Technology High School Rizal Blvd. Brgy. Poblacion, City of Santa Rosa Laguna CREATING SOUND CRACKERS FROM THE ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER AND BAKING SODA In Partial Fulfilment of the requirements in Research IV S.Y. 2009-2010 Submitted by: Jan David Lucinario Matthew
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  • diwali
    Diwali is the festival of lights. It is also known as’ Deepawali’. It is celebrated in our country which joy and happiness every year. It is one of the biggest festival of Hindus. Usually it comes in the month of October and November after twenty days of Dussehra, on the 13th day of the...
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  • Diwali -the Festival of Lights
    Diwali rituals Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the important and widely spread holidays celebrated in India. It is a celebration of lights, and for many, it is truly a sensory experience; some families decorate their houses with all sorts of lights and open up to the neighbors, sharing
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  • How to Register for This Site Without Writing a Paper
    Hacker subculture[1] is heavily dependent on technology. It has produced its own slang and various forms of unusual alphabet use, for example l33tspeak. Such things are usually seen as an especially silly aspect by the academic hacker subculture.[citation needed] In part due to this, the slangs of t
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  • Diwali
    The Festival of lights. India is a land of festivals and fairs. India is a land of festivals and fairs. There is not a month in which one festival or the other is not celebrated. Each community living in this vast sub-continent has its festivals. If today we are celebrating a Hindu festival, tomo
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  • Diwali
    All that is good in mankind is concentrated in the deeds of the god-king Ram, the ruler of Ayodhya. Lord Rama, the moral man with his moral way of life are the reasons for celebrating India's popular festival of Dussehra and Diwali. Diwali comes exactly 20 days after Dussehra on Amavas (new moon), d
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  • Diwali Festival
    India is called the country of Festivals. There are different festivals celebrated in different provinces. Diwali is the one, celebrated all over India. Diwali also called "Festival of Lights" is celebrated in month of November of the year. Diwali is celebrated for four days according to Hindu Pa
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  • Diwali
    Diwali Deepavali (also spelled Devali in certain regions) or Diwali,[1] popularly known as the festival of lights, is an important five-day festival in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism, occurring between mid-October and mid-November. For Hindus, Diwali is the most important festival of the year and
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  • Does Diwali Mean Pollution?
    Confused! This is the state of mind of many students like me at the moment. We study E.V.S to save the environment and on the other side we litter things and burn loads of crackers on festivals like diwali and destroy mother earth on the name of celebration and fun. We have misunderstood the meanin
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  • Diwali
    There will be the beautiful sparks in the sky on the night before Diwali, those fireworks will attract thousands people to look up to the sky and watch those beautiful and colorful sparks. Diwali celebration will not be complete without the fireworks display in the sky but exactly, how are fireworks
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  • Xploring the Preferences and Attitude for Packaged Beverages and Snacks Gifting Option During Diwali Season
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  • Diwali
    Diwali or 'Deepawali',as it is known as,is the festival of lights.It is celebrated all over India with great enthusiasm and joy. The celebration of Diwali finds its roots in the Hindu religion. On this day Lord Ram had returned to his kingdom Ayodhya after demolishing the demon Ravan. The people enl
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  • Diwali
    diwali Today’s the `Festival of Lights’ all o’er;  A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls; And people throng the Temples to offer,  Prayers, resolving to take better roles. And most of them are richly clad and clean,  And eat such dainty foods and sweets with mirth;  Whilst n
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  • With or Without It – Technologies in Daily Life
    With or Without It – Technologies in Daily Life Technology in a broad sense is any knowledge or tool that somehow makes our lives easier. For some societies, technology is more often related to electronic equipments, such as the “smart-phones”, little portable computers that have e
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  • Essay on Diwali
    of Diwali India, the land of rich cultural heritage, has one or the other festival for every month. It is the spiritual and religious richness in India that each festival is related to some or other deity. One of such festival is the 'festival of lights' - Deepawali. It is the glorious occas
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