Diwali
Diwali empezo en India.
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The similarities and differences between
Diwali and Hanukkah.
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Hanukkah and Diwali both have several colorful lights.
For Indians, Diwali is one of the most important festivals of the year.
For Jewish people, Hanukkah is one of the most important holidays of the
year.
Diwali and Hanukkah, both are positive things, that celebrate the good.
Diwali and Hanukkah, both involve delicious treats.
Diwali and Hanukkah, are both celebrated with family.
Diwali and Hanukkah, are both religious celebrations.
Diwali, is celebrated by Indian, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Malaysia, Singapore, and
many other people.
Diwali is celebrated by Jewish people.
Diwali and Hanukkah, are both referred to as the Festival of Lights.
Diwali’s date changes every year, and Hanukkah's date changes,
Diwali’s contributions to society.
• The Diwali festival is dedicated to the worship of Mother Kali. Mother
Kali is the dark goddess of strength. Lord Ganesha is worshiped in
most Hindu homes.She is the elephant-headed God. She is the symbol
of auspiciousness and wisdom.
• Because of Diwali, many new amazing foods have been “invented”.
• Diwali worships many gods, which trace back to many years ago. So,
this is how Diwali contributes to science.
• The date of Diwali is determined by the luni- solar Hindu calendar.So
you have to do math to figure out when Diwali will begin and end,
each year.
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Deep Jalao, Khushi Manao
Deep Jalao, Khushi Manao
Aayi Diwali Aayi!
Raat Amaavas ki to kya,
Ghar-ghar hua ujaala
Saje kangure deepshikha se,
Jyon pehne ho mala
Man mutav mat rakhna bhai,
Aayi Diwali Aayi!
Jhilmiljhilmil bijli ki
Rang birangi ladiyan
Nanhe munne hathon main veh
Dil fareb phuljhariyan
Diwali hai parv milan ka,
Bharat milihin nij bhai
Chaurahe, mandir, galiyon main
Lage hue hain mele