Free Printable Diwali, Rangoli Crafts, Decorations

Free Printable Diwali and Rangoli Crafts and Activities Diwali, also called Deepavali and Divali, is a five-day festival celebrated by Hindus and followers of Jainism and Sikhism. Diwali 2010 is celebrated from November 5-9 in the western calendar. Here are free printable Diwali crafts and activities. Diwali means 'row' or 'garland of lights' in Sanskrit and is referred to as the 'festival of lights'. In the Indian calendar, Diwali is celebrated in late Ashwin (September-October) and ends in early Kartika (October-November). Here are rangoli crafts, greeting cards, paper crafts, decorations and more. Click here

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