Thanks so much for sharing these. We are making paper bag diyas for Diwali and I have been looking for easy patterns for kids to colour. I bought white lunch bags and have traced diyas, Ganesh and simple rangoli patterns on the outside with a black marker. The kids will colour them with crayons. When we are ready to light them, we will fill the bottom with sand and stand a candle inside, like Mexican luminaria.
Comment by fijirpcv — November 6, 2007 @ 10:50 am
woww… i found you while hunting for Lord Ganesha images.. lovely things i see here.. loved to find rangoli things as well… keep going!!
Comment by Kunju's mom — July 28, 2008 @ 9:53 am
Nice to see all this . Keep it up. And let me know I can share it with friends in Mauritius.
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