Use this story paper to write about the diya oil lamp, central to the Hindu Diwali celebration. They are lit and placed all around the house at night to encourage the goddess Lakshmi to visit and spread wealth and prosperity.
India Story Paper
India is a country of stories and vivid colours. Our India story paper is perfect for descriptive writing projects.
Use our printable story paper to write about the elephant-headed god Ganesha, worshipped by Hindus at Diwali.
Write about Hanuman and his part in the story of Diwali using our printable story paper, choosing from lined or handwriting lines below.
If you have visited India or if you are learning about India you can use our India map story paper to write about the different places and buildings that you may see in India. Or perhaps you could use it for creative writing to describe a journey through India.
Can the children describe what's happening in the picture on this India story paper, or try writing an imaginative story?
Children could write a beautiful story about this lovely Indian elephant! Or perhaps you could use this story paper for a descriptive piece of writing...
Here are two printable story paper pages featuring the goddess Lakshmi, to use in your writing projects at Diwali. Perhaps children could write what they know about her?
Use our pretty story paper to write about the peacock or to make up a story with a peacock as the central character. Don't forget to colour in the picture!
This beautiful peacocks scene story paper is a writing and drawing activity all in one! Write a story or some facts about peacocks, then colour in the lovely picture too...
Use our printable story paper (available with lines or handwriting lines) to write about the evil Ravana, who kidnaps poor Sita in the Diwali story. Don't forget to colour him in!
Write about the Taj Mahal, or perhaps re-tell the sad story of why it was built, using our fun story paper complete with colouring page...