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Edward Worlledge children's Hindu lesson

PUBLISHED: 18:07 13 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:38 03 July 2010

CHILDREN at Edward Worlledge Junior School spent a day dedicated to learning about the world's oldest religion of Hinduism last week.

Pupils were shown, and created, their own religious floral garland from paper flowers.

CHILDREN at Edward Worlledge Junior School spent a day dedicated to learning about the world's oldest religion of Hinduism last week.

Pupils were shown, and created, their own religious floral garland from paper flowers.

They also designed their own henna hand print gaining a better understanding of the reasons for doing this intricate art form and were taught who the Hindu Gods were and what they stood for.

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