1x puja tray - The puja tray holds the offerings and objects used in worship in the home:
A bell - which is rung at the start of worship to alert the presence of the worshippers.
A dish - containing sandalwood paste used to mark the worshippers forehead.
Offerings of food such as rice, nuts, sweets and fruit, and flowers.
A pot - containing water used for cleansing and purification, and a spoon with which to pour the water.

An incense stick holder.
2 x diva lamps (4 in a pack) - To celebrate the triumph of good over evil. (story to be told later)

1 x diva lamp tray - To hold divas safely.

Divali cards - Given by Hindus to each other to celebrate Divali.

Statue of Lakshman, Rama, Sita and Hanuman - Some of the people from the story of Divali.


Goddess of wealth, prosperity and happiness.

Rama – Rama and Krishna are two of the most significant deities to be worshipped in Hindu homes.


The elephant headed God. He is the God of good Fortune and the remover of obstacles.

Lakshman, Rama, Sita and Hanuman Hanuman is the monkey God, known for his loyaltyand strength. Rama and Sita are from the Divali story.

The link from the web site below provides further information on:
  • The tradition of Divali pooja (prayer)
  • The tadition of rangoli patterns
  • The tradition of burning crackers
  • The tradition of lights

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