Just print and fold this colourful Bhai Dooj card for a brother to give to his sister, or a sister to give to her brother, during the Diwali celebrations.
Bhaiya Dooj Activities
Lots NEW! We've got a big collection of activities aimed generally at brothers and sisters here at Activity Village, together with this small collection of specific Bhaija-Dooj activities. Lots to enjoy on this special Diwali day!
This second version of our Bhai Dooj card, in colour, has a slightly simpler design. Just print (using borderless settings on your printer if possible) and fold.
There is a very intricate design on this pretty Bhai Dooj card for one sibling to give to another during the Diwali celebrations.
This Bhai Dooj card shows a sister bringing Diwali food to her brother, while he presents her with a Bhai Dooj gift. It's a slightly simpler version than our Bhai Dooj colouring card 1, so perhaps easier for younger children to colour.
This lovely Bhai Dooj colouring page shows a brother and sister enjoying typical traditions for this part of the Diwali festival. There is an intricate rangoli design in the background so there is lots of detail for older children to colour in.
Here is a colouring page for children to enjoy for Bhai Dooj. It shows the Bhai Dooj traditions: a sister bringing special food for her brother and drawing a tilak on his forehead, while he brings her presents.
Here are two posters for Bhai Dooj. Both show the same scene of a brother and sister enjoying each other's company and the holiday. The sister gives her brother some favourite foods and paints a tilak on his forehead for protection and good luck. He gives his sister gifts.
There are 4 versions of this story paper below: lined and with handwriting lines, colour and black and white. Learn about the Diwali traditions of Bhai Dooj with the kids, and use this story paper to write about them.
The Indian Diwali celebration includes a day devoted to brothers and sisters, called Bhaiya-Dooj, Bhai Dooj or Bhaidooj.
Use our printable story paper to write about Bhaiya-Dooj, part of the Diwali festivities which celebrates the bond between a brother and his sister. We have two versions to choose from below, ruled and with handwriting lines.
Have some fun with our acrostic poem printable for B-R-O-T-H-E-R. We have two versions - one in black and white (colour in the letters yourselves) and one in colour.
All good sisters deserve their very own poem - and here's a good way to encourage one! Print out one of our printables and start each sentence with a word beginning with the appropriate letter.