My Hindu Year
The traditions, symbols, and figures associated with Hinduism are explored in this engaging book. An insightful diary feature chronicles, from a child's perspective, the Hindu festivals celebrated over the course of a year.
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arti ceremony August/September barfi beautiful pattern bhajans bonfires brother's wrist brothers and sisters Cath Senker Children colored water Dhara's diary diva Durga February/March festival celebrates festival of lights festival to worship form of Cod Ganesha Chaturthi goddess of learning goddess Saraswati gods and goddesses Hanuman happy festival Hindu families Hindu festivals Hindus believe Hindus worship holy books Huge chariots image of Ganesha image of Krishna Jagannath January/February joyful festival July/August Krishna Janmashtami Krishna loved Lakshmi lamps Lohri Lord Mahashivaratri main festival mandir melted butter milk mother goddesses murti Museum of Art October/November Divali playing PowerKiDS press pray to Ganesha Puri rakhi Raksha Bandhan Rama and Sita Rama's birthday Rama's wife Ramayana story Ramnavami Rangoli patterns Ratha Yatra rice sacred statue sang songs Saraswati Puja say goodbye September/October Navaratri Shiva Linga shrine sing spring festival stick dance Street New York sweets temple vina World Religions worship Every day