World of Festivals retells the stories and legends which are central to the origins of each festival. Also examined are the historical, cultural and religious importance of each festival, studied through all the features associated with it, such as religious costume and ceremonies.
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DIVALI AND HINDUISM
THE SECOND DAY OF DIVALI
THE FOURTH DAY OF DIVALI
THE STORY OF PRINCE R MAAND SITA 99
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