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Diwali presentation !
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  • 1. Diwali --“The Festival of Lights”!!<br />
  • 2. Once upon a time there was a king named Dashratha. He had 4 sons – Rama, Bharat, Laxmana and Shatrughan<br />
  • 3. The oldest son was called Rama.When Rama married a lovely princess called Sita,KingDushratha decided to give up the throne and let Rama take over his throne.<br />
  • 4. Rama’s step-mother was very jealous. She wanted the throne for her Son-Bharat. A long time before, she had saved King Dashrath's life and then he had promised her to grant two wishes. She decided that it was time to claim her wishes. She asked Dashrath to send Rama to forest for fourteen years. Dashrath was shocked, but had to fulfil it. Thus Rama, followed by his loyal brother Lakshmana & Sita left for the forest.<br />
  • 5. Ravana, the Demon king with 10 heads, heard of Sita’s beauty and goodness and planned to kidnap her. By magic, he asked his cousin to turn into a golden deer. Seeing the deer, Sita was tempted and asked Rama to catch it. When Rama did not return for a long time, Sita told Lakshmana to go after him.<br />
  • 6. Ravana, who was waiting for just this opportunity, disguised as a holy man and approached Sita for alms. When Sita stepped close, Ravana grabbed her arms and took her away!<br />
  • 7. Ravana, the 10 headed demon took Sita to Lanka and imprisoned her in a garden named ASHOK VATIKA and gave her a time of 12 months to decide whether to marry Ravana or not. <br />
  • 8. Rama and Lakshmana searched for Sita and met brave monkey warrior Hanuman. Hanuman and his friends promised Rama to help in finding Sita.<br />
  • 9. Ravana had captured Sita and kept her across a BIG ocean. A bridge of stones was built by the strong monkey army. Rama finaly crossed the bridge to fight the 10 headed demon Ravana.<br />
  • 10. This was one of the greatest battles ever seen. The fighting lasted for ten whole days and finally Rama killed the demon Ravana. <br />
  • 11. Rama and his family decided to return home But it was a moonless, dark night. The people of Ayodhya lit the roads with little lamps to show them the way home..<br />
  • 12. Moral Of The Story … Diwali is also known as "Festival of Light,“..where the “light” signifies victory of good over evil within every human being…<br />
  • 13. In India, Diwali is the most important festival of the year.Diwali is a major Indian festival, celebrated by Hindus..<br />
  • 14. On this day people wear new clothes, meet their friends & relatives, eat sweets,gift each other, decorate houses with lights and rangoli patterns, and set off fireworks in the night.<br />
  • 15. Namaste !<br />

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