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Hindu festivals

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Brass & Wooden Pooja Prayer Ghanta - Indian Hindu Festivals Ideal for Puja, Prayer, Auspicious Occasions & Festivals of India. Measures 6 inch in Height & 2.25 inch in Diameter, weighs 100 gram. TRADITIONAL DESIGN Very appealing and eye catching as a home decor item. ANTIQUE FINISH Solid quality brass, crafted by skilled artisans in north India. ARTISAN CRAFTSMANSHIP Produced by traditional sand casting methods by artisans of Moradabad in north India. Note : The actual product might differ…

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Holi is one of the oldest festivals in India and is celebrated annually across the country. The Hindu festival sees people celebrating on the streets and in temples by throwing coloured powder and water at each other. Pictured here, a man being carried through a sea of people during Holi in Rajesthan, India in 1996.

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Overview Every year in October or November people come together to celebrate Diwali. It is the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. The stories woven into the festival of Diwali celebrate the victory of good over evil and light over darkness, and people celebrate this festival of lights by lighting clay lamps and candles, sharing sweets, exchanging gifts, offering prayers to gods and goddesses and watching fireworks. Introduce your little one to the awe of this brilliant…

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Diwali has arrived! Rangoli art decorates the floor and strings of flowers hang around the doors. Now it's time to ring the bells, light the lamps, and welcome the new year with family and friends. A sweet introduction to the Hindu festival of lights. Product DetailsISBN-13: 9780807573556 Publisher: Whitman Albert & Company Publication Date: 09-01-2019 Pages: 32 Product Dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.40(d) Age Range: 4 - 8 YearsAbout the Author Chitra Soundar is an active supporter of…

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