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HOLYHOLYFestivals of India : India is a land of festivals and celebrations.These festivals give an opportunity to the people to come together and share each other’s joys. All the festivals are celebrated with gaiety,pomp and merriment Indeed, it is rightly said of India that here one just needs an excuse to celebrate.In this great land of numerous deities,not only are festivals celebrated in remembrance of God and Goddesses, even the commencement of a new season is celebrated as festival. In fact festivals are the very essence of our life. Let us know about some of the important festivals celebrated in our country.


The people of India are happily playing holy. No caste , no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


HOLY no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Pongal
PONGAL no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Details of pongal
DETAILS OF PONGAL no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Hemis festival
HEMIS FESTIVAL no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Brief about hemis
BRIEF ABOUT HEMIS no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Basant panchami
BASANT PANCHAMI no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Information about b c
INFORMATION ABOUT B.C. no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Bihu festival
BIHU FESTIVAL no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Information about bihu
INFORMATION ABOUT BIHU no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Teeju
TEEJU no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Information about teeju
INFORMATION ABOUT TEEJU no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Krishna janmashtami
KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Informaation about k j
INFORMAATION ABOUT K.J. no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Rathayathra
RATHAYATHRA no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


About rathyatra
ABOUT RATHYATRA no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Ganesh chathurthi
GANESH CHATHURTHI no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


About g c
ABOUT G.C. no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Id ul fitr
ID-UL- FITR no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


About id ul fitr
ABOUT ID-UL-FITR no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Deepavali
DEEPAVALI no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


About deepavali
ABOUT DEEPAVALI no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Christmas
CHRISTMAS no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


About christmas
ABOUT CHRISTMAS no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.


Recapitulation
Recapitulation no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.

  • Match the following A TO B

    A B

  • 01. Basanth Panchami

  • 02. Christmas

  • 03. Ganesh Chathutrhi

  • 04. Id-Ul-Fitr


ASSIGNMENT no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.

Collect as many as possible the pictures of Indian festivals and give their caption

  • Read the following passage carefully and rewrite it by correcting the wrong words which are under lined.

  • Ramesh and Geeta pick up the bucket and pore the colour on a man in the streat Mother comes out on terase and said “ That is very bad, Geeta you mustn’t through colours on stranjer.” Sir,pleese forgive us.We pored colour on you.

HOMEWORK


Conclusion
CONCLUSION no religion, no creed and clour; all are Indians.

  • This Slide work is prepared to teach English for IV Standard, which is based on C.B.S.C. Syllabus.

  • This Slide contains the lesson Holy in which some of the important festivals celebrated in India are shown.

  • The brief information about each festival is also given.

  • This Slide work is prepared by the teacher Mr. Agrahar Mallikarjun K.V.NO.1 Mangalore


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