Essays on diwali for kids

There are only four persons in my family. The family consists of my father, my mother, my younger sister and me. My sister is younger to me by two years. We are the students of the same school. We go to school together and return together by the school bus. I am studying in class ninth and she is the student of class seventh. On return from the school, we play together. I have a pet dog. My father is working as teacher. My mother is a housewife and looks after the household. She remains busy throughout the day. She helps me and my sister in completing our home work. We go out sometimes. My family is a happy family.

Diwali is a big occasion for celebration and we should always play it safe. Fire crackers and fire works are a big part of Diwali celebrations. People enjoy to celebrate the Festival of Light by lighting up the sky in various colors. But, these crackers are not without disadvantages. Using fire crackers causes lots of noise and air-pollution. Some crackers are loud enough to disturb human-beings. And it can stressing to the pets as well. Take it upon you as a social responsibility to celebrate a peaceful Diwali by promoting a noiseless festival. Here are few alternative ways to celebrate Diwali.

A teacher is called builder of the nation. The profession of teaching needs men and women with qualities of head and heart. There are many teachers in our school and a large number of teachers among them are highly qualified. I have great respect for all of them. Yet I have a special liking for Miss Y. Miss Y is a woman of great principles. She is jewel among all the teachers. Almost all the students respect her. She teaches us English. She is quite at home in this subject. She takes keen interest in teaching students. Simple living and high thinking is her motto. She is a woman of sweet temper and is always ready to help in difficulties. She treats us like her own brothers and sisters. She is an ideal teacher. It is these qualities of head and heart that have endeared Miss Y to the students and teachers alike. She is an ideal teacher in real sense of the word. She is the real model to emulate. May she live as long as there is sweet fragrance in the flowers?

Atlas I would like to give a small message of Diwali. “Tamso Ma Jyotirgamaya” (lead me from the darkness unto light) which means that where there is darkness light is needed. So to get rid of the darkness of sorrow we all have to light up the lamps of happiness. To get rid of darkness of disease, we have to light up the lamps of health. To get over the darkness of loss and failures, we have to light up the lamps of prosperity. And at last light up the lamps of true knowledge to get rid the darkness of ignorance’s. Thank you! (Speech Ends Here)

Essays on diwali for kids

essays on diwali for kids

Atlas I would like to give a small message of Diwali. “Tamso Ma Jyotirgamaya” (lead me from the darkness unto light) which means that where there is darkness light is needed. So to get rid of the darkness of sorrow we all have to light up the lamps of happiness. To get rid of darkness of disease, we have to light up the lamps of health. To get over the darkness of loss and failures, we have to light up the lamps of prosperity. And at last light up the lamps of true knowledge to get rid the darkness of ignorance’s. Thank you! (Speech Ends Here)

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