Diwali Kid Jigsaw Puzzle Game - Set of 5, 8 x 6 inches - Made in USA - Diwali Kids Gift, Activity, Favor - Teach Indian Culture via Games


Regular price $26.99

Shipping calculated at checkout.
Give your kids, nieces & nephews a gift for Diwali - A jigsaw puzzle set themed around various days and sights during Diwali. Use it as a fun way to explain to younger ones the significance of each day of Diwali.

Made in USA to Order. Original Item. First ever box of Diwali Puzzles for Kids.

All puzzles are approximately 7.8 inches by 5.7 inches. Each puzzle has 20 pieces suitable for 4+ years old. Kid Friendly designed. Buy individually or as a set (recommended). Puzzle is available as a set of 5 or they are available as individual puzzles. Choose the appropriate "style".

Puzzle 1 - Food & Sweets
No Diwali is complete without stuffing yourself with various foods and sweets made especially during Diwali. Be it Chakli, Chivda, Gulab Jamun, Mithai or Dry fruits and now even chocolates and cookies :).

Puzzle 2 - Rangoli
The rangoli represents the happiness, positivity and liveliness of a household, and is intended to welcome Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and good luck. It is believed that a Hindu household without a clean entrance and rangoli is an abode of daridra (bad luck).

Puzzle 3 - Laxmi & Ganapati -
On the biggest day of Diwali, Lakshmi puja is performed at every Hindu household of the country. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth. The Lakshmi puja is performed in the evening to invite Goddess Lakshmi at home. People pray and wish for peace, wealth and prosperity in their and their family members life

Puzzle 4- Bhai Dooj -
The celebrations of Bhai Dooj are very similar to Raksha Bandhan, on this day sisters pray for a long and prosperous life for their brothers, and brothers give gifts to their sisters. According to Hindu mythology, Bhai Dooj is celebrated to commemorate Lord Krishna's sister Subhadra's loving gesture toward her brother

Puzzle 5 - Night of Diwali Lantern & Diya
In India it is typical to stand at the entrance of the home and see the sky lit up with fireworks and the entire house lit with Diya and Lantern. The scene captures a view that are familiar to many in India. Even though our young ones with their school schedules and everything might not make it to India - this is my hope to offer them a glimpse into what a night of Diwali might look like

** Note: Small reminder that screens on our devices are all different. Colors presented on the screen may be slightly different from actual print due to these variations.

*Bulk Orders Welcome and special bulk discounts available - just ask*

*Individual pieces within the set are available on request but only in bulk > 5 *

Materials: chipboard