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Lord Ganesha Coloring Pages for kids

Lord Ganesha or Lord Ganapati is widely revered as the remover of obstacles. As the god of auspicious beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rituals and ceremonies. Click on any image you like to enlarge it. You can download this image and print it for coloring! This coloring page is a part of a large collection of free...

Diwali Coloring Pages for kids

Diwali Coloring Pages for kids. The festival of lights has arrived. Let us decorate our houses with lamps and lighten it up. Click on any image you like to enlarge it. You can download this image and print it for coloring! This coloring page is a part of a large collection of free printable coloring book pages for preschool, kindergarten...

Lord Ganesha Coloring Pages

Lord Ganesh Coloring Pages - Many faces of the elephant god, Lord Ganesha, who keeps evil forces at bay. Click on any image you like to enlarge it. You can download this image and print it for coloring!

Diwali Coloring Pages

Deepawali Coloring Pages for kids. Colour diyas (earthen lamps), hanging brass lamps and paper lanterns. Click on any image you like to enlarge it. You can download this image and print it for coloring!

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Who stole the Candle Wax?

On every Diwali, known as the festival of lights, our family has a big discussion on the kind of lighting we should have. And after talking about candles or electric bulbs we invariably choose the diyas or earthen lamps for their beautiful flames. But last year, we reached the kumhara or potter's roadside shop a bit too late. The...

Rediscovering a Smoke-less Diwali

Think of Diwali and firecrackers start exploding in the mind - that is how strong the association of crackers is with the festival of lights. Legend has it that on Diwali, the sound of firecrackers resounds through the universe, announcing the homecoming of Lord Rama after a long period of exile. Another legend says that people began exploding crackers to...

Deepavali: Festival of Lights

Deepavali - or Diwali - as is commonly uttered - literally means rows of lamps. These lamps light up houses all over the country, but for different reasons. In West Bengal, it is time to worship Kali, the goddess with the fearsome strength, and in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh it is time to remember Dhanvantari, the divine physician. To some,...

The Story of Diwali

Deepavali or Diwali as it has come to be known as, means many things to many people. It means holidays from school, shopping expeditions for clothes, sweets, gifts and crackers to children. To the office-goer it means an annual bonus that can make all this happen. To the businessman Diwali means brisk business just as to the clay potter, Diwali...

Door Decor

Come Diwali, Dussehra, Christmas or the New Year people always hang torans above the doors of their houses. Toran is a bit of decoration made with leaves or flowers or even paper. Nowadays, toran are also made of plastic. People from various parts of India make torans differently. But this is how a traditional toran is usually made: The things...

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