There are 13 A4 sizess photos in this pack of Diwali posters. Print them out for display over the holiday, or show them on your computer or whiteboard as you learn about this exciting holiday - its lights and lanterns, sweets and decorations!
Print out these Diwali posters to display in the classroom or home at Diwali. We have the Hindu gods Lakshmi and Ganesha and the characters of the Diwali story, Rama and Sita, Hanuman and Ravana, as well as a diya. Although the posters are bright and colourful, we've designed them for classroom use so they aren't too demanding on printer ink!
How about making some puppets instead, to act out the story of Diwali? Print onto card, cut out the pictures (and laminate if you wish), then attach to a lollipop stick or chopstick.
Here's a printable poster of a diya, the old-fashioned oil lamp used to light the way back home for Rama and Sita in the story of Diwali, and traditionally lit during the Hindu Festival of Lights to welcome the goddess Lakshmi into homes.
Here's a fun printable poster of the Hindu god of wisdom and success, Ganesha, also known as Lord Ganesh. Ganesha is the destroyer of evils, and is often seen riding a mouse.
Here's a colourful Hanuman poster to print for Diwali. According to legend, Hanuman, the monkey king, helps Rama rescue Sita from the evil Ravana and defeat him in a mighty battle. Hanuman is worshipped as a symbol of strength, perseverance and devotion.
Here's a pretty printable poster of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, traditionally encouraged into houses at Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. She is often seen carrying lotus blossoms and showering coins, as she is here.
Here's a fun printable classroom poster of Rama, hero of the Diwali story. Print it out for display or perhaps use it as a puppet...
There are 11 beautiful rangoli designs included in this A4 photographic poster pack. They are made from a variety of materials, including coloured rice and powder, flower petals, whole flower heads, chalk and even "found" nature.
Here's a colourful poster of Ravana to print for Diwali displays. According to legend, Ravana kidnapped Sita from her husband Rama to claim vengeance on Rama and his brother for having cut off the nose of his sister!
Our rockets poster will make a colourful addition to classroom displays for New Year, Bonfire Night, Diwali, July 4th or many other holidays.