Blog Author: Myurika Sithamparanathan

Smiling group of people at a sensory-friendly temple visit

5 Ways to Make Your Temple Visits Sensory-Friendly

Visiting temples is important for Hindus. Temple is a sacred place where Hindus go to worship. Hindus typically visit the temple at least once a week. Furthermore, on Fridays, all Hindu temples hold a special prayer. Even though it is crucial for Hindus to visit the temple often, it can also be challenging because of

Family of three sitting on a couch and watching a sensory-friendly show online on a laptop.

Ways to Make Online Shows Inclusive, Accessible, and Sensory-Friendly

A 2022 report titled, “The WebAIM Million” which looks at the accessibility of the top 1,000,000 home pages, found that during an evaluation that was conducted using the WAVE stand-alone API, there were usually at least 50 accessibility errors on the home page of a website alone.  Websites that are not accessible pose barriers for

An adult putting a traditional red powder on a child's forehead for Tamil New Year.

How to Make Tamil New Year Sensory-Friendly

Tamil New Year (also known as Puthandu) is celebrated on or about April 14th every year. Tamil New Year is the first day for a new beginning with the hope that the new year will bring them more opportunities for growth and happiness. Initially, Tamil New Year was celebrated by Hindus in Sri Lanka and

Multiple people laying together on the floor with colourful powder on them for a Holi celebration

How to Make Your Holi Celebration Sensory-Friendly

What is Holi? The celebration of Holi is one of the most commonly celebrated festivals in India. Holi is a social, cultural, and religious festival. It is commonly known as the festival of colours. However, it is also a celebration of love and belongingness. For example, it includes a ritual to burn your bad times

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