Tag Archives: English Poems on Gods And Goddess

Season of Lights: Diwali Poem for Students

Diwali Festival Short English Poetry: Season of Lights

Season of Lights: Children’s Diwali Poem Dunes of vapors from crackers rise, Engulf, as odorous airs resound Effusing joys to all abound Pearls of gleams in these autumn nights Adorn our lives else trite With sparklers that motley skies As soaring spirits of powder wander Let us thank the heavenly might, In this festive season of lights. Here are interesting …

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Happy Diwali: Poem for Students and Children

Happy Diwali

It’s the “Festival of Lights” today, It’s again the day of Diwali, It’s time to dress up folks, It’s time to adorn the thali. It’s the occasion to throng the temples, Pray to the Gods and give them offerings, It’s an opportunity to entreat the deities, To bless us all and rid us of sufferings. Happy Diwali: Short English Poetry …

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Deepavali Delights: Diwali Festival English Poetry

Short English Poem about Diwali Festival: Deepavali Delights

India is the great country known as the land of festivals. One of the famous and most celebrated festival is Diwali or Deepawali which falls every year 20 days after the festival of Dussehra in the month of October or November. It is celebrated to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to the Kingdom after the 14 years of exile. …

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Deepavali: Short Diwali Poetry for Students

Diwali Festival English Poem: Deepavali

The clear blue sky, The scent of flowers, The colours of Rangoli, And the sound of crackers. The gifts and sweets from dear ones, And the getting of their love, The light of the candles below, And the dazzling fireworks up above. Lighting lamps at our homes, Making the less fortunate smile, Putting on new apparels, Show our friends some …

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Sonnet: Diwali – Diwali Festival English Poem

Sonnet: Diwali - Dr John Celes

Diwali is the most significant and famous festival of the India which is being celebrated every year all over the country as well as outside the country. People celebrate it very enthusiastically to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to his kingdom, Ayodhya after a long period of time of 14 years of exile after defeating the Ravana. On the …

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Durga Puja: English Poetry On Goddess Durga

Durga Puja - Srinjay Chakravarty

Durga Puja: Srinjay Chakravarty The temple priest has rung his bell. A cloud of smoke from candles and lamps Haloes the Goddess, glowing bright. This beat of drums both maddens and dulls. The incense burns: so heady the musk, Our senses flounder in the flood. This endless chant of sacred words Soon drugs our lips and stuns our minds. The …

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Durga Puja of Bengalis: Sonnet Mondal

Durga Puja of the Bengalis - Sonnet Mondal

Durga Puja of Bengalis: Durga Puja is one of the most famous festivals celebrated in West Bengal state of India and particularly in Kolkata, in honour of Goddess Durga during the period of Navratri. It is celebrated for 10 days, however starting from the sixth day until the ninth day, the Pandals with grand idols of Goddess Durga are open …

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Muharram: Devotional Poetry For Students

Muharram: Devotional Poetry For Students

Muharram marks the beginning of the Islamic New Year, but it is a period of mourning where Muslim Shia community commemorates the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain, the son of Hazrat Ali and grandson of Prophet Muhammad. Similar to last year, Dussehra and Ashura (10th day of Muharram) will be celebrated consecutively this year too. Both events in the history …

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Short English Lord Ganesha Poetry: Awakening

Awakening - Lord Ganesha

Ganesha is the formless Divinity – encapsulated in a magnificent form, for the benefit of the devotee. As per Hindu mythology, he is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Gan means group. The universe is a group of atoms and different energies. This universe would be in chaos if there was no supreme law governing these diverse groups …

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