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  1. My Favourite Festival
    are bought, the house is cleaned and white washed. Everything begins to glitter and gleam. My favourite festival is Diwali. It usually falls on the eve of winter...
  2. My Favourite Festival
    classmates. Today I am going to share with you about my favourite festival, which is Chinese New Year. Of all festivals in Malaysia, I like Chinese New...
  3. My Favorite Festival Diwali
    November, Indian people who are followers of the Hindu religion celebrate the festival of Diwali by decorating their homes with hundreds of little lamps called divas...
  4. My Favourite Festival
    1. The Cellular Jail in Port Blair in Andaman must rank as the darkest deed perpetrated by the British Raj, along with the massacre at Jalian Wala Bagh in Punjab...
  5. National Festivals
    violence, and find peaceful solutions and to make our world a better place to live. 3 Religious festivals Diwali Festival in India Deepawali often called...
  6. Diwali Of My Drems
    was fast approaching. I jumped with joy when I heard this from her because Diwali was my favourite festival. Deepavali or Diwali, as it is popularly known means...
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  7. Religious Festival
    a religious hindu festival Diwali as millions of people in India know it; is one of the main religious festivals that takes place in the Hindu calendar in India...
  8. Diwali
    of knowledge, enlightment and good's victory over evil that makes Diwali one of die most important and favourite festivals. Amidst all the merriment, mirth and joy...
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  9. Diwali
    a better place for you and for me and for the entire universe. Happy Diwali. Deepavali - The Brightest Festival Diwali, popularly called Deepavali in some parts...
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  10. Diwali
    prayers and pujas creating an atmosphere full of goodness and purity, the festival of Diwali indeed fills the atmosphere with an aura of goodness and a heaven like...
  11. Hinduism
    And a fire started in Smethwick after a candle was left on a television. Diwali, or the festival of lights, is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains. It began on...
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  12. The Culture And Language Learning Of Chinese
    2013/6/11 Download 968 The culture and language learning of Chinese festivals in a kindergarten classroom It also explicitly addressed culture learning in two...
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  13. Diwali
    animals and trees were happy and contented. Diwali As Harvest Festival Diwali signifies Harvest Festival. As it occurs at the end of a cropping season and has...
  14. Diwali
    seek their blessings on the festival day.Gulab jamun, Ladoos ,halwas and kaju cakes were my favourites. My Grandmother...
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  15. My Favourite Singer
    favourite singer is bohemia.He is the first of a kind. Rap is usually sung in English, even if the song is in Hindi, Punjabi or English itself. But Bohemia raps...
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  16. Indian Festivals
    is celebrated with gaiety and lasts for five days. Diwali is the most prominent of the Hindu festivals. It is the festival of light. The Hindus celebrate this day...
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  17. Religious Festivals
    of Psalm Sunday. For Christians, the Easter festival involves worship and feasts which usually take place on Sunday, the holy day...
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  18. Festivals And Holidays Of India
    garments. It is customary to exchange gifts in honor of this spring festival. ****************************** Diwali: The Festival of Lights The Hindu New Year...
  19. Academic Festival Overture
    jolly youth and a burdensome old age, the earth will claim us.) Academic Festival Overture premiered on January 4, 1881 at the University of Breslau, with Brahms...
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  20. My Favourite Hobby
    at times especially in the limited over matches eg. 20 20. I support SA and my favourite players are JP Duminy, Hashim Amla, Herchelle Gibbs and Shahid Afridi...
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  21. My Favourite Teacher
    to make sure that all students achieved their full potential, didn't have favourites and didn't categorise students, made everyone believe that they could achieve...
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  22. Festivals Of India
    the Amavas of Sharavan month till Shukla Tryodashi of Ashwin month. The end of the festival is done by celebrating Ahodi on Ashwin Shukla Tryodashi. Bengal, Orissa...
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  23. My Favourite Game - Cricket
    Favourite Game - Cricket Introduction Many sport games are interesting and joyful but I like cricket the most. Cricket was first played in southern England in...
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  24. Favourite Sports Cricket
    for around eight hours. Secondly, I know cricket and love it because of my favourite player yuvraj .He is the oxygen of modern day cricket. Cricket...
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  25. Aztecs Festivals
    carried out a number of rituals to encourage rain-fall .The second rain festival was offered to Tlaloc and other rain gods in March, once flowers had begun to bloom...
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  26. My Favourite Relative
    Hey, These are simple guidelines I would like to give you on my favourite relative as I faced great problem finding this topic on the net and had to do my homework...
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  27. Festival
    boats. Notting Hill Carnival - Last Monday in August On this day, there is a street festival that millions go to see and participate in every year. Harvest...
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  28. My Favourite Teacher
    PHOTOCHROMIC GLASS -it can change from transparent to coloured when it is exposed to ultraviolet light and reverts to transparency when the light is dimmed or...
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  29. Food Customs Of India
    Their meals are hearty and often include several dishes. Sweets are a huge favourite too. Meal patterns: India is a country lucky enough to experience nearly...
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  30. Diwali
    tomorrow we celebrate a Muslim, a Sikh or a Christian festival. 'Diwali' of the Hindus, 'Id' of the Muslims, 'Guru Nanak's Birthday of the Sikhs and 'Christmas' of...
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