• Indian Festivals
    people, their customs beliefs and faith. In Northern India, Dussehra is observed as Vijaya Dashmi celebrating victory of good over evil, of Rama over Ravana. In Bengal, the occasion is celebrated as Durga Puja. This festival is celebrated with gaiety and lasts for five days. Diwali is the most...
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  • India
    the time when maximum well-known festivals of India are celebrated. In October - November falls Dussehra, Durga Puja and Diwali. Also in November is the Pushkar Fair (in Rajasthan), the largest cattle fair in India. In January is the Republic Day of India and Lohri - the festival of Punjabis. In...
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  • A Village by the Sea - Anita Desai
    Silvas give children the housekeeping job and tell them to wait and welcome a distinguished guest who will live for a longer period in Thul. Hari works hard in Jagu?s restaurant and fortunately he finds his ?true benefactor, the kindest and most helpful of all?, a watch-mender, Mr Panwallah, who...
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  • Hindu Festivals
    of renewal, or starting again. They try to patch up any quarrels and arguments they have had, and put aside their differences. Each of the four days in the festival of Diwali is separated by a different tradition, but what remains true and constant is the celebration of life, its enjoyment and...
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  • Explain How the Setting Promotes Positive Images of Children and Reflects a Diverse Society
    . The reason positive images of children are promoted is because adults need to know that the child’s individual needs are being met, that they are happy and also so that they can find out if the child feels secure in the setting. My setting also reflects a diverse society as they have a welcome sign...
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  • A Busy Market
    drive a car in a market place. What to talk of a car or a motorcycle sometimes it becomes difficult even to walk. On the occasion of festivals like Diwali, Dussehra and Holi the situation becomes worse. It seems all the population of the country is on the road. There is great hustle and bustle. In...
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  • Business Plan
    is about. We celebrate Holi, Diwali, Christmas, Eid etc. We also have art and craft room where we teach each child different art and craft activities which enable the child to express their creativity. We teach them craft with paper work, and teach them how to draw and color. We also have music...
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  • syllabus
    ) Informal Letter Composition: Argumentative & Comprehension:The Red Planet (The New Grammar Tree) Diwali Break 2 4 5 5 3 5 5 2 Proverbs,Listening Skill Phrasal Verbs,Formal Letter Founder's Practice Comprehension:Lena’s Dreams(The New Grammar Tree) Reported Speech Reported Speech...
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  • Colors of India
    food for common people” as a way to endorse national unity rather than division help alleviate the harshness of the caste system (Amrith 12). As relief from the social pressure underlying inter-class racisms, Diwali, or Festival of Lights, is one of the most important and celebrated holidays in India...
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  • EVS question paper
    EVS Name the following ( Diwali, Train, Eyes, Holi, Skin, Christmas, Nose) 1. We see with our __________. 2. __________ is the festival of colours. 3. We smell with our _________. 4. ____________ is celebrated on 25th December. 5. _________ runs on track. 6. We fell with our...
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  • Physics notes class 11
    the head boy / head girl of your school, you have to make a speech in the morning assembly on “Diwali without fire crackers”. Write the speech in the speech in about 125 words pointing out the ill- effects of crackers .i.e. wasteful expenditure air pollution due to poisonous chemicals released...
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  • TDA 2.4 EQUALITY, DIVERSATY AND INCLUSION IN WORK WITH CHILDRE AND YOU PEOPLE
    avoiding stereotypes or derogatory images in the selection of books or other visual materials.  Celebrating a wide range of festivals eg Diwali and Eid.  Creating an environment of mutual respect and tolerance.  having displays celebrating the multi-cuturalism of the school e.g. world flags  By...
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  • intro to india
    are not from the same belief system, enjoy the festivity around. Every home in the country shines with the glow of the dazzling lights and candles that are lit to welcome Goddess Lakshmi on Diwali. Karva Chauth Karva Chauth is a festival that every Indian woman looks forward to. A typical Indian...
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  • About the Country of "Malaysia"
    Welcome to Malaysia, Selamat Datang ke Malaysia, 欢迎光临马来西亚 , मलेशिया में आपका स्वागत है Malaysia is a multi-racial and multi-cultural melting pot with a cosmopolitan population made up of Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous ethnic groups. Here, one can experience a wealth of cultural and racial...
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  • Food Culture
    while working in the fields. Lakshmi Puja marks the most important day of Diwali celebrations in North India. Diwali “row of lamps,” is celebrated with fireworks, worships, lights, and sharing of sweets with family members and friends. They light lamps in the streets and homes to welcome...
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  • Eymp All Sections
    area of learning and development is about how your child: Listens and pays attention Understands what is being said Communicates with others Develops vocabulary and speech Personal, Social and Emotional This area of learning and development is about how your child: Is confident and self...
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  • Comparison of Hinduism vs Islam
    God made to Muhammad and contains the words of God in a literal sense and is thus often referred to as the Speech of God (kalam Allah). The word Quran means something that is read or recited. For Muslims, it is the inviolable and unchangeable law of God. We will now look at Hinduism using the...
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  • Unit3
    have problems eating, if they have speech problems, if they are shy or confident. This will help the keyworker get to know the child and for the keyworker to know what level the child is at and how to help the child develop. The key worker can plan home visits to go and meet the child’s parents and...
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  • Equality
    bullying, racism and other forms of violence whether it be physical or emotional. We learn our pupils about different religions and religious celebrations i.e Diwali and welcome children with English as an additional language. ...
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  • Hinduism
    healthy mental development of the unborn child. After birth, Jatakarma is performed to welcome the child into the family, by putting some honey in the child's mouth and whispering the name of God in the child's ear. Other rituals include a naming ceremony (Namakarna), the Nishkarmana (the child's...
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