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Wear your traditional outfits, bring your food along and celebrate online while talking about your favourite Diwali past times and family traditions with your Asian, Arab and Ethnic Minority Officer.

Please register using the link below!

https://bournemouth-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUlf-CgqjwvHNGL3FSm983ARTmRjHG9jIq-

#Spreadalittlejoy

 

In these difficult times, we could all use a little light and hope.

Diwali, the festival of lights, is an important celebration for Hindus, Sikhs and Jains.

The festival is all about the good overcoming darkness. It focusses on light, health, wealth, knowledge, peace, and prosperity. People celebrate by decorating their homes with candles or coloured lights.

This week is National Interfaith Week. In common with many religions around the world, Hinduism uses light as a symbol of hope, peace and joy.

We invite all of our community to join together in hope by sharing an image of light, wherever you are in the world.

Please tag your photos with #spreadalittlejoy so we can share them with everyone! 

Digitial Diwali Celebrations

Digitial Diwali Celebrations

Fri 13 November 2020 17:30-19:30

Zoom

Wear your traditional outfits, bring your food along and celebrate online while talking about your favourite Diwali past times and family traditions with your Asian, Arab and Ethnic Minority Officer.

Please register using the link below!

https://bournemouth-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUlf-CgqjwvHNGL3FSm983ARTmRjHG9jIq-

#Spreadalittlejoy

 

In these difficult times, we could all use a little light and hope.

Diwali, the festival of lights, is an important celebration for Hindus, Sikhs and Jains.

The festival is all about the good overcoming darkness. It focusses on light, health, wealth, knowledge, peace, and prosperity. People celebrate by decorating their homes with candles or coloured lights.

This week is National Interfaith Week. In common with many religions around the world, Hinduism uses light as a symbol of hope, peace and joy.

We invite all of our community to join together in hope by sharing an image of light, wherever you are in the world.

Please tag your photos with #spreadalittlejoy so we can share them with everyone! 

Digitial Diwali Celebrations

Fri 13 November 2020 17:30-19:30

Zoom

Digitial Diwali Celebrations

Wear your traditional outfits, bring your food along and celebrate online while talking about your favourite Diwali past times and family traditions with your Asian, Arab and Ethnic Minority Officer.

Please register using the link below!

https://bournemouth-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUlf-CgqjwvHNGL3FSm983ARTmRjHG9jIq-

#Spreadalittlejoy

 

In these difficult times, we could all use a little light and hope.

Diwali, the festival of lights, is an important celebration for Hindus, Sikhs and Jains.

The festival is all about the good overcoming darkness. It focusses on light, health, wealth, knowledge, peace, and prosperity. People celebrate by decorating their homes with candles or coloured lights.

This week is National Interfaith Week. In common with many religions around the world, Hinduism uses light as a symbol of hope, peace and joy.

We invite all of our community to join together in hope by sharing an image of light, wherever you are in the world.

Please tag your photos with #spreadalittlejoy so we can share them with everyone! 

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