Deepavali Walk 2016
26 October 2016

 Upon entering the bazaar, the children were fascinated by the array of decorations, smells and sounds.

Upon entering the bazaar, the children were fascinated by the array of decorations, smells and sounds.

 Burst of colours of different Deepavali decorations

Burst of colours of different Deepavali decorations

 Different Rangoli patterns which are believed to bring good luck and prosperity to a home so it is usually created at the entrances.

Different Rangoli patterns which are believed to bring good luck and prosperity to a home so it is usually created at the entrances.

 Mrs. Katherine introduced the names of different sweets and savoury snacks to the children and they were told that they would get to sample it at school.

Mrs. Katherine introduced the names of different sweets and savoury snacks to the children and they were told that they would get to sample it at school.

 These are the different sweets and snacks shown to the children. The sweets include laddu (bottom left), mysore pak, jalebi (standing on right), palkova (white), and halwa (orange). The savoury snacks include muruku and boondi.

These are the different sweets and snacks shown to the children. The sweets include laddu (bottom left), mysore pak, jalebi (standing on right), palkova (white), and halwa (orange). The savoury snacks include muruku and boondi.

 The children were eager to choose their bindis.

The children were eager to choose their bindis.

 Bindis and bangles for everyone

Bindis and bangles for everyone

 After the walk, everyone proceeded to Woodlands Madras restaurant to complete the Deepavali experience. The children savoured every bite of their prata.

After the walk, everyone proceeded to Woodlands Madras restaurant to complete the Deepavali experience. The children savoured every bite of their prata.

 The parents enjoyed the food and the company during the Deepavali experience.

The parents enjoyed the food and the company during the Deepavali experience.