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our festivals class 1. Download Our festivals for class 1 worksheet including mcq on our festivals in India, Our festivals for class 1 consist of the latest syllabus questions for class 1 students. What are festivals for class 1 consist of 3 pages pdf worksheets which covers all the festivals-based questions for class 1 including Long questions, MCQ,  identifying the different Indian festivals like Diwali, Xmas, eid, Holi our national festivals etc based questions

What are Festivals?

People of different religions celebrate some special days. These special days are called festivals example Diwali, Eid, and Holi, People celebrate festivals with new clothes and special dishes. Sometimes, they exchange gifts with neighbours, friends and relatives.

Holi: Holi is a festival of colours. People celebrate it with colours and water balloons. It occurs at the end of the spring season. Gujiya, a special sweet is made for Holi.

Diwali: It is believed by Hindus that on this day Sri Ramachandra returned to his kingdom after defeating Ravana. Thus, it is a ‘festival of lights. On Diwali, people light up their homes with diyas and candles.

Eid-Ul-Fitr:  Eid is the festival of Muslims. Men go to the mosque to pray. They wear white clothes and skull caps, embrace each other and wish ‘Eid Mubarak'. It is one of the most celebrated festivals in Islam, marking the end month of Randan, In this month the Holy Quran was first revealed. 

Gurpurab:  Gurpurab is the festival of Sikhs. It is celebrated as the birthday of Sikh Gurus. Early morning, big processions are taken out. People pray in Gurudwaras and have a special meal in the gurdwara. This meal is called langar.

National Festivals: Independence Day, Republic Day and Gandhi Jayanti are celebrated as National Festivals in India

Bihu: Bihu is the essence of Assam. Bihu is the harvest that is celebrated to mark the shift in the Sun's solstice.

Holi is the festival of colour, celebrated not only in India but also abroad 

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