- Diwali - My favourite festival
- Diwali is a magical time for children because of the lights. We light Diwali comes from the Sanskrit word Deepavali which means 'rows of lights'.
- DIWALI ASSEMBLY SCRIPT
- The following script can be used in a Diwali assembly celebration.
- Diwali. The festival of Deepavali (in Sankrit) means 'Row of Lights'.
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- Diwali is the festival of lights and is celebrated with great zeal by all Indians all over the world. It is a festival of joy, splendor, brightness and happiness.
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- Let's enjoy the sweets of Diwalli, the lights of Hanukkah and the fellowship of Kwanzaa. If we want to help our children become citizens of the world, we need to embrace the world and all the customs and holidays that are part of it.
- Diwalli - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Diwalli
- Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Diwalli. Diwalli. Information about Diwalli in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
- Diwalli definition of Diwalli in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
- Divali. or Diwali. In Hinduism, a five-day religious festival in autumn.
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- Diwalli - Description: May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity.
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