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Diwali is a Hindu and Jain festival of lights that celebrates light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. Related Post  

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, India, was the leader of the Indian independence movement against British rule. Related Post: Learn About Mohandas Gandhi includes an informational video and book suggestions with free curriculum guides.

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Raksha Bandhan is mostly celebrated in the northern and western parts of India. This festival signifies the special bond between brothers and sisters which is symbolized in the ritual of tying a rakhi (bracelet) on the others’ wrist. It is celebrated on the full moon of the Hindu month ‘Shravana’.

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Ela's World

Meet Ela, a curious young elephant living in the zoo and dreaming of becoming an explorer when she grows up. Ela is anxious to travel the world, meet different people, and speak new languages (a true Globe Trottin’ Kid!). Join a unique global adventure in Ela’s World, a picture book with words by Laura Caputo-Wickham…

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Holi is a spring religious festival observed in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and other countries with Hindu and Sikh populations.

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Holi, also known as the “festival of colors”, is a spring Hindu festival celebrating the victory of good over evil.

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Let's Celebrate Holi

Join Maya, Neel and their pet squirrel, Chintu for an adventure in India and an introduction to the story and traditions of the Holi festival. Disclosure: We received a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes; however, all opinions are our own. This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and make a…

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Jaisalmer Desert Festival is all about camel races, polo matches, puppeteers, jugglers, men with long mustache, turban tying competitions, locals dressed in colorful traditional dresses, etc.

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