I need a short essay about diwali in hindi for my son who is studying in 2nd standard.
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Hi,

Is it possible that your son might learn more by trying to write it himself?
Is it a good idea to get other people to do his work for him?

Clive
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trajeshaI need a short essay about diwali in hindi for my son who is studying in 2nd standard.
Hi,

Is it possible that your son might learn more by trying to write it himself?

Is it a good idea to get other people to do his work for him?

Clive
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Anonymous:
i too.
Anonymous:
Diwali is a festival of lights and candles not of crackers.
Hi,

Diwali is a festival of lights and candles, not of crackers.

I wonder if you mean 'fireworks'?

Clive
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Hi

In western custom we have bonfire night or fireworks night (UK) when the sky is lit up to show that we are not going to be afraid of the dark nights ahead

Also, there is Haloween (UK and US), when children dress up in scary costumes. It is the same thing: to show that the winter nights are not going to scare us. The children are given sweets as a reward

Diwali, I'm sure, is a different occasion but there are some themes that are similar. In western custom, it is to reassure ourselves that we will get through the winter

I don't know if that helps - but I'm sure your son will write a good essay

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