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10 Lines on Diwali Festival in English for students of class 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 (150 words)

10 Lines on Diwali Festival for children

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These 20 Lines are on Diwali Festival in English for students and children of class 6, 7, 8, 9& 10 (350 words).

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5 Lines on Diwali Festival in English for students of class KG & 1 (50 words).

FAQ’s on 10 Lines on Diwali

Question 1.

What is special saying about Diwali ?

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Question 2.

Why do we celebrate the Diwali ?

Answer :

Question 3.

What is Diwali for kids ?

Answer: Diwali festival for kids means joy and happiness. They enjoy very much as they get gifts, eat delicious sweets and burst firecrackers. But we should educate our kids to celebrate green Diwali and say no to crackers.

Question 4.

What is your favorite festival?

Answer: My favorite festival is Diwali. We celebrate Diwali with great joy and enthusiasm. We decorate our houses with clay lamps, candles ,electric lights ,flowers and rangoli. We wear new cloths,eat delicious sweets and celebrate the festival by bursting crackers.

Question: 5.

What is the full form of Diwali?

Answer: Deepavali means row of lights ( row of diyas or deep which are made of baked clay).

Question 6.

In which month Diwali is celebrated ?


Diwali comes in the month of October or November ( Kartika month as per the Hindu calendar).

Question : 7

Why is Diwali celebrated by non Hindu religions ?

Answer: Diwali is the most celebrated festival of Hindus. But non Hindu communities also celebrate this festival.

Sikhs celebrate Diwali in remembrance of release of their Guru Gobind from prison of Mughal Emperor ,Jahangir.

In Jain religion,Diwali is observed as the day of “Mahavira Nirvana Divas”, the physical death and final liberation of Mahavira.Newar Buddhists celebrate Diwali by offering prayers to Goddess Lakshmi.

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Originally published at https://theaugustboy.com on October 18, 2020.



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