Hindu Festivals

Hindu Festivals This multicultural series introduces readers to the festivals and traditions of four of the world s major religions of four of the world s major religions Christianity Judaism Hinduism and Islam ev

  • Title: Hindu Festivals
  • Author: Kerena Marchant Frank A. Sloan Rebecca Gryspeerdt
  • ISBN: 9780739827345
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This multicultural series introduces readers to the festivals and traditions of four of the world s major religions of four of the world s major religions Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Islam every book is written in a lively style with numerous contemporary photographs The cross section of peoples and lands underscores the uniqueness of each religious group StudThis multicultural series introduces readers to the festivals and traditions of four of the world s major religions of four of the world s major religions Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Islam every book is written in a lively style with numerous contemporary photographs The cross section of peoples and lands underscores the uniqueness of each religious group Students discover the history behind diverse traditions and customs and why those celebrations are important to the people who believe in their practice.

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    1. Kerena Marchant Frank A. Sloan Rebecca Gryspeerdt says:

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    2. We borrowed this book for Classical Conversations Cycle 1. It's much better than reading a factual book about Hinduism! The stories, poems and play were very interesting. We only read a little of it to our 6 and 4 year olds but they thought most of the illustrations were intriguing, especially the various demons and gods.

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