• National Festivals
    programs in the state capitals. The Prime Minister`s speech at the Red Fort in Delhi is the major highlight. All Government Organisations have a holiday, as 15th August is a National holiday. In the capital New Delhi most of the Government Offices are lit up. In all the cities around the country...
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  • Critique of session plans
    think it plays an important part in celebrating Diwali. Many Hindus make a Rangoli pattern using coloured powder, rice, flour, sand. I will explain children why some Hindus make these Rangoli. Some Hindus make Rangoli in front of their entrance to welcome guests and some Hindus make it to encourage...
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  • Annual concert
    SCRIPT Welcome Speech: Good morning/ afternoon/ evening parents! We extend a very warm welcome to all of you to our second Annual Concert- Different Strokes. A lot has gone into making this an unforgettable experience for you, so fasten your seat belts and sit tight as you are about to witness...
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  • CYPOP37 4.1.
    discrimination and prejudice. We do not accept discrimination towards anyone in our nursery. At Kidz Kabin we work hard to ensure inclusion and promote equality and diversity, as you enter the building there is welcome signs in many languages, we have access for wheel chairs and we have pictures...
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  • Indian Culture and Women
    bear the children of others. Indians are culturally active and greatly traditional. There are many festivities, rituals and teachings the people of India adhere to. Festivals like Diwali-the Indian New Year welcome the goddess of wealth - Lakshmi into the home to bring wealth and prosperity...
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  • Speech
    Marathi Manual Language and Culture 1 Prepared by: Kelsea David Natalie Hardage Crista Lindsey Texas State University class of 2011 Academic Advisor Rahul Charkraborty 2 This manual was prepared to assist speech-language pathologists in their effective treatment of people with speech...
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  • Diwali
    with oil. These lamps are called diyas. The name 'Diwali' is from the Sanskrit 'dipavali', which means 'row of lamps'. Diyas are lit in every house to banish the dark and welcome in good luck and good fortune. People wear new clothes, meet their friends and relatives, eat good food, give each other...
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  • Shwet
    night and one's house is cleaned, both done in order to make the goddess Lakshmi feel welcome.[7] Firecrackers are burst in order to drive away evil spirits.[8][9][10] During Diwali, all the celebrants wear new clothes and share sweets and snacks with family members and friends. Diwali commemorates...
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  • Diwali
    Diwali Diwali is a widely celebrated annual festival observed during the Hindu month of Aippasi, in late November or early December during which time homes are outlined with oil lamps called diyas, to welcome Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity. The word "Diwali" comes from the...
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  • Diwali
    Diwali The Festival Of Lights An ancient celebration with deeply spiritual roots, this Festival of Lights is technically a tradition with a religious foundation, but all that are willing to share in the season of abundance are welcome. Thousands of oil lamps, fireworks...
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  • Essay on
    signify the triumph of good over evil.[8] These lamps are kept on during the night and one's house is cleaned, both done in order to make the goddess Lakshmi feel welcome.[9] Firecrackers are burst because it is believed that it drives away evil spirits.[10][11][12] During Diwali, all the celebrants wear...
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  • Five Days of Diwali Festival
    Diwali. On this day Lord Krishna destroyed the demon Narakasur and made the world free from fear. The third day : Diwali On the dark new moon night, the entrances to all homes are lit up and decorated with rangoli patterns to welcome Lakshmi, the radiant consort of Vishnu and the goddess of...
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  • How to Overcome the Problem of Youth
    , Britain, and New Zealand. Diwali is also known as Deepavali, the "deep" meaning "light" or "lamp", and "avali" meaning "row" This "row of lights" is represented by lighting lamps everywhere during Diwali.  The thirteenth day from Poornima (Full Moon) (Dhanatrayodashi or Dhanteras). This is the first...
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  • Visit to Zoo
    the people of Ayodhya lit to welcome their King. Today Diwali is celebrated across the world as the "Festival of Light," where the lights or lamps signify victory of good over the evil within every human being .   Read more at http://www.kidsgen.com/events/diwali/about_diwali.htm#Sspox5izh0bSpxLO.99...
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  • Nnone
    provided complete information on the customs of Diwali. Rituals of Dipavali First Day of Diwali The first day of Diwali is known as 'Dhanteras'. People renovate, decorate their houses and workplaces on this day and make traditional 'Rangoli' motifs on the entrance, to welcome Goddess Lakshmi. Lamps...
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  • Diwali
    with the festival. Hindus have several significant events associated with Diwali: * The return of Rama after 14 years of Vanvas (exile). To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit in rows of 20. * The killing of Narakasura: Celebrated as Naraka Chaturdashi, one day before Diwali, it...
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  • Diwali
    on during the night and one's house is cleaned, both done in order to make the goddess Lakshmi feel welcome.[9] Firecrackers are burst in order to drive away evil spirits.[10][11][12] During Diwali, all the celebrants wear new clothes and share sweets and snacks with family members and friends. The...
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  • Diwali
    of the Atman comes universal compassion, love, and the awareness of the oneness of all things (higher knowledge). This brings Ananda (inner joy or peace). Hindus have several significant events associated with Diwali: ▪ The return of Sri Ram after 14 years of Vanvas (banishment). To welcome...
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  • Diwali
    Diwali festival is a 5 day Hindu festival in India which occurs on the fifteenth day of Kartika. Diwali when translated means "rows of lighted lamps" and the occasion is also referred to as the Festival of Lights. During Diwali, Indian homes are cleaned and windows are opened to welcome Lakshmi...
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  • diwali
    homecoming of Lord Rama is commemorated on Diwali with lights, fireworks, bursting of crackers and merriment. The festival gets its name Deepawali, or Diwali, from the rows (avali) of lamps (deepa) that the people of Ayodhya lit to welcome their King.  Another well known story related to Diwali history is...
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