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Asianet Newsable Nov 18
WATCH - When New Zealand Police celebrated with 'Kala Chashma'
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Varshini Nov 24
I really told my family βœ‹πŸ½moveπŸ‘‰πŸ½ ... πŸ’«solo picsπŸ’«πŸ˜ŒπŸŒΉ
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Sonia Deol Nov 25
Dr Bonnie Henry says they’ve NOT seen a surge in cases linked to Really important to highlight that fact when misinformation can, and is, so easily spread. Strong sign that rules were very much followed during that celebration.
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Twitter India Nov 19
This is how Twitter lit up with Tweets during ✨
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P1B Fallin Primary 24h
Over the last two weeks, P1 have been learning about the festival of . We made diya lamps last week πŸͺ” and today they lit our way into class.
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Ed Beveridge Nov 17
The beautiful installation by lighting up Britain...
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Toddler's Den Nov 19
Post(cards) from the mothership πŸ’– A happy and safe festive season everyone! Thinking of our tods - the lights of our lives - as we light diyas this year.
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St. Patrick's Catholic Voluntary Academy πŸ€ Nov 19
Thank you so much to the kind people from the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in our local community for providing goody bags for all the staff πŸ€πŸ˜Š
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Finborough School Nov 24
Last week Reception were learning about Diwali and how in the story Rama & Sita found their way back home due to everyone putting out little lights. During their art lesson the children made a diya lamp and decorated this with beads and sequins.
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We Are Cisco Nov 20
Loviena and some of her colleagues celebrated last week. The festival of lights gets its name from the row (avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that people light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness.
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Miss M Ω†Ψ§ΩŠΩ„Ψ© Nov 19
Our class puja table. It felt "festive" as the students put it. Diya making, out of clay, the story of Rama and Sita, and some art.
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EYFS St Margarets Horsforth Nov 18
This week we are learning about Diwali, today we made Mandala patterns using scented dough, beans and seeds
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Miss H Pinner πŸ΄σ §σ ’σ ³σ £σ ΄σ ΏπŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ«πŸ§ΆπŸŽ¨πŸŽ­β€πŸŒŠπŸ‘‚ Nov 19
So we've been learning about this week and today we created our own coordinates story map for the story of Rama and Sita! Great way to provide context for our learning about coordinates.
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St Modan's Autism Provision Nov 19
Today in the yellow room we are learning about Diwali. We measured out ingredients for salt dough to make Diya Lamps. We moulded the dough into a candle holder shape and cooked it. Tomorrow we will decorate it.
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Neasden Temple Nov 19
Last week during , teamed up with to facilitate 40,000 meals across London to ensure that the needy and most vulnerable are fed during these continued difficult times.
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St Bernadette Catholic Primary School Nov 23
In Nursery we have learned about the festival of We shared the story of Rama and Sita and made Diya lamps to celebrate.
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Sonali Kinra Nov 22
gifts Are gifts- what you want or need Sometimes the husband gets it just right 😍
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Shade Reception Nov 19
Last week we learned about Diwali... We were fascinated by the wonderful story of Rama and Sita and really enjoyed acting it out using our Indian puppets
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OTCAcademy Nov 20
Class 4 have been making Rangoli patterns using print
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NWC_Art Nov 20
Mia Year 7, created this lovely rangoli with her mum to celebrate Diwali πŸ•―οΈπŸ•―οΈπŸ•―οΈ
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