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Zachary

1.Festival fo lights.
2.October or November.
3.The first day of diwali is to do cleaning and flowers Pattens.
4.Hana.
5.Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth.
6.Oil lamps.
7.bhai dooj
8.sita got catured ravana a monkey king helped rama free sita they had
battle ravana died and ther retuned home.

Lillian

1. Festival of light.
2.October or November
3.the first day of Diwali is to do cleaning and flower pattens.
4.hana
5.Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth.
6.oil lamps.
7.bhai dooj
8. Sita got captured by Ravana a monkey king helped rama free sita
They had a battle Ravana died and they retuned home.

Charley

1. What is Diwali?
Diwali is a festival full of lights and it is held at November to October.

2. What time of year is celebrated?
The year is celebrated is in November.

3. Describe what happens on the first day of Diwali?
Rama had to fight a 10 headed daemon and Sita was in danger and Rama defeated the daemon.
4. what is painted on people’s hands?
The paint is called Henna.

5. Who is Lakshmi?
Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and good.

6. How is Lakshmi welcomed?
By using candles out of their windows.

7. What name is given to the final day?
The name is Hindus.

8.

Brook

1.The festival of lights
2. October and November
3.The first Diwali they clean there home and decorating there home
4.The second day is another day for preparationsBhai . Henna is painted on hands and food is prepared fo the third day.
5.goode s
6. They light a candle and put it in a candle
7. Bhai Dooj is the final day
8.

Alfie

1.Festival of light 2. November and October 3. Cleaning and decorating 4. Henna 5. She is a goddess 6. Put out pattens to welcome here 7.

Leoni

1. Another name for Diwali is festival of lights
2.It is celebrated at the beginning of November or the end of October
3.On the first day they clean there homes buy flowers and make pattens to decorate there homes
4.People paint a tattoo on your hands called henna
5.The Lakshmi is a goddess of wealth and good fortune
6.They welcome Lakshmi by lighting a candle and putting it in there window
7.The last day is called Bhai Dooj
8.Diwali is celebrates by the story which is were the ranchar the 10 headed person and he tried to steal Rana and got her than her husband come to save her with a white monkey which is the king of the monkeys and they all saved Rana

Jensen

1.The festival of lights.

2.October and November.
3.on the first day they clean their house and buy flowers and make patterns to decorate their homes.
4.the thing painted on people’s hands is called henna.
5.lakshmi is a goddess of wealth and good fortune.
6. People will put lamps outside and open their doors and windows.
7.the last day is called bhai dooj.
8.they celebrated because she got rescued and saved

Oliver

1 Festival of light
2 November/December
3 You decorate houses and shops
4 henna
5 goddess of light
6 with lights
7 brothers and sisters sing prayers to each other
8 Ramas wife gets kidnaped and Rama asked the monkey king and he found seeta and he built a brige Rama fought the demon king Rama won and Rama and Seeta went home

Mia

1. Another name for Diwali is a festival of lights.
2. The time of year it is celebrated is in November/December.
3. The first day on Diwali they decorate houses and shops.
4. What is painted on peoples hands is Hanna.
5. Lakshmi is the goddess of light.
6. Lakshmi is welcomed by people opening there doors and people opening there windows.
7. Brothers and sisters show there love by saying prayers to each other.
8. Ramas wife gets kidnapped and the monkey king and Rama destroy the demon king and rescue sita and follow some lights safely home and when they got home everywhere was decorated with beautiful coloured flowers and candles.

Stefania

1. The festival of light
2.it is celebrated in October and November
3.on the first day they clean there homes and decorate them.
4.Hena
5.Lakshmi is a goddess for wealth and good fortune
6.it is welcomed by people opening their windows and doors
7. Bhai Dooj
8.Rama rescued Sita

Owen

1.Festival of Light.
2.October,November.
3.decorate homes set up.
4.Henna is painted on peoples hand.
5.Lakshmi god of Luxury.
6.people of India open their doors and windows.
7.Bhaj dooj.
8.Ravana the 10 headed demon was killed by Rama.

Ayyub

Festival of lights. Between October and November. Cleaning and decoration and patens. Hanna. Lakisha – goddess of wealth and good. Live in peace.

Lucas

1 the festival of light
2 November
3 it is cleaning day
4 Hena
5 Lakishma is a goddess of fortune
6 they put lamps outside their houses
7 its called dooj
8 Rama killed Ravana

Morgan

1. The festival of lights.
2. November or October.
3.cleaning and decorating homes.
4. Henna.
5. The Goddess of Diwali (lakshim) .
6. With candles and lights.
7. Bhai Dooj.
8. They had to defeat the ravana.

Jess

1) The festival of light
2)October , November
3) It says its time for cleaning and decorating
4) Henna
5)Lakshmi is the godess of welfen good
6)With decoratecions on every shop / house
7)Bhai Dooj
8)They difete the monster and get Sita

Lexie

1.festival of lights.
2.October and November
3.The first day of Diwali they make rangoli patterns.
4.Henna.
5. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and good.
6. People open the windows and doors for her to fly in.
7. Bahia dooj
8. They killed the evil ribana

Dakota

1.Festival of lights.
2.October and November.
3.The first day of Diwali they make rangoli patterns.
4.Henna.
5.Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and good.
6.People open the windows and doors for her to fly in.
7.Bahia dooj.
8. They killed evil rivana.

Leighton

1 row of light
2 october to november
3 it is for cleaning and decorating houses
4 henna
5 the godess of wealth and good fortune
6 by candles lit in a window
7 bhai dooj
8 rama and sita get banished to the forest and a demon called ravana steals sita and ravana fights good and rama takes sita back to the town and was guided home by candles.

Dayton

The festival of lights.
October or November
They by clothes,cars,jewelry
A Hindu god
By lights in a door or a window
Bhai dooj
They got vanished for 14 years

Dayton

Charlie

1. Another name for Diwali is the festival of lights.
2. Diwali is celebrated late october to early november.
3. On the first day of Diwali they clean up and decorate their houses with lights.
4. Henna is painted on peoples hands.
5. Lakshmi is a goddess.
6. Lakshmi is welcomed by lanterns.
7. The last day of Diwali is called Bhai Dooj.
8. They killed the demon king and saved sita.

Emmanuel

Festival of lights
Between october and november
People clean their houses
Henna
A god
With lamps
Bhai dooj
They defeated ravana and the banishment time was over

Patrick

1.the festival of lights.
2.October or early November
3. On the first day of diwali you clean up and decorate your house.
4. Henna is painted on peoples hands
5. The goddess if wealth
6. Lakshmi is welcomed by people leaving the doors and the windows open so she can come in.
7. Bhai Dooj

Freiya

1. Row of light is also another name for Diwali
2.late November or early October is when its celebrated!
3. They decorate and set up for the row of lights!
4. Henna is also painted on peoples hands!
5. Lakshmi is a god of luxury!
6. The people of India would open windows and doors the welcome the god!
7. Bhai Dooj is the last day of Diwali!
8. The ten headed demon was defeated be Rama!

Libby-Rae

1. Light festival.
2. Late November or early October.
3. Decorate and set up.
4. Henna.
5. God of luxury.
6. Open doors and windows.
7. Bhai dooj.
8. The ten headed demon was defeated.

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