Diwali Coloring Pages
We’ve compiled some of the most unique and newest Diwali coloring pages to mark the Hindu festival of lights. Children of all ages in India and worldwide will have lots of fun participating in coloring activities to welcome this day. These printables are perfect for adults and children looking to do a holiday coloring project or want something relaxing. Although some images may be more difficult to color, the result is amazing, especially when using a variety of colors!
Our themed coloring pages are available in many styles. In addition to basic Diwali coloring sheets, children can color pictures representing aspects of the festival, such as the victory of light over darkness, hope, and new beginnings. Additionally, there are many intricate mandalas and traditional Indian drawings dedicated to Diwali. This can help them understand the role of light during Diwali, especially how diyas are lit around the house to show respect to the gods and express good wishes for the upcoming celebrations.
You can access these coloring pages by clicking on any link or image to open the coloring page on a new page. Once opened, you can download and print it completely free of charge from your web browser. If you’re using a mobile device, you may need to save the image to your device before printing or color it directly on the page. All pages are in the same standard A4 format and size so it’s easy to perform all operations.
5 Exciting Activities With Free Printable Diwali Coloring Pages
The festival of Diwali is a wonderful opportunity for children worldwide to learn about Indian culture. In addition to coloring, our themed pages can be used in a variety of activities. Please refer to the following unique ideas to help your child have a fun coloring experience.
Make A Wall Painting
Creating original wall art is one of the best things to do with Diwali festival coloring pages. Choose high-quality and detailed coloring pages featuring traditional Diwali symbols and scenes to get started with this idea. Then, print them out and let your kids color them however they like.
After coloring the pages, let kids cut out individual symbols and scenes and glue them onto a larger sheet of paper or canvas to create a unique piece of wall art. Consider framing wall art or displaying it creatively to decorate your home.
Create Glow-In-The-Dark Paintings
Not just coloring, you can suggest that children use night-glow paint for Diwali coloring sheets. This adds a unique touch to the light festival theme. You can choose detailed coloring pages featuring traditional Diwali symbols like DIYas, lanterns, Rangoli patterns, and other festive elements.
Then, print it out and let kids use UV paint to color in specific details of the coloring page. Once you’ve finished painting, expose the painted areas to light. This can be done by placing the pages in bright light or direct sunlight for a few minutes. Finally, you can display the coloring pages in a dimly lit room or under UV light to show off the glowing effect, creating a stunning image of the Diwali festival of lights.
Make A Card
This craft activity is very popular and loved by many children. We have many different Diwali coloring pages available. So you can choose the one you like the most. Then, let your child use crayons to fill in the pages. Once this is done, cut it out of paper and fold it in half to create a card.
Children can write a message inside the card to wish the recipient a happy Diwali. Decorating the card with glitter, stickers or other materials is also a good suggestion. Surely, the recipient will be very grateful and touched by this meaningful card.
Decorate Dining Table In Indian Style
Diwali is the festival of lights so lanterns and candles are an indispensable part of the decoration. Print coloring pages featuring these details and fill them with intricate patterns inspired by Indian art. Cut out the lanterns and candles and use thread or string to tie the lanterns together.
You can hang them around your dining table to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Not only the Diwali festival but using them to decorate the upcoming Thanksgiving festival is also a great suggestion.
Play Jigsaw Puzzle
Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to have fun and keep your mind active. If you’re looking for a fun activity for kids to celebrate Diwali, why not try a jigsaw puzzle made from coloring pages? You start the game by printing your favorite coloring pages.
Print it out once you’ve chosen the coloring page and let your kids color it. Cut the finished picture into different pieces. You can glue them onto cardboard or laminate them to make them more durable. Let your child solve the puzzle by putting the pieces together. You can increase the game’s difficulty by printing multiple pages and cutting them into pieces.
We are sure children will enjoy the above 5 fun activities using the Dawali coloring sheets. Parents or teachers can choose one or more different ways to let children experience an exciting coloring moment. Our website operates non-commercially. So, if you have other ideas for activities and more unique coloring page designs, don’t hesitate to share them with us. You can message or leave comments on the Facebook and Pinterest pages. We always want to receive feedback to improve the website to bring more value to all users worldwide.