Indian Diwali Decoration Ideas
Diwali is one of the biggest national festivals in India. The celebrations are marked by people decorating their homes with candles, earthen lamps, and lights, bursting crackers, and exchanging gifts and sweets with friends and family. This festival of India is celebrated in different parts of India. Diwali this year 2020 will fall on Sat, November 14.
Best decoration ideas for the Diwali festival
Start cleaning your house as early as you can, Cleaning your house is as important as decorating. In fact, cleaning a house before every festival is a ritual in Indian tradition. So the first thing is to get your broom and begin cleaning. Out with the old, dirty curtains, pillowcases, and covers and in with the fresh, new ones.
Beautiful Rangoli Designs for Diwali Rangoli designs are made to welcome the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity. Rangoli is an art form, originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using materials such as colored rice, colored sand, quartz powder, or flower petals. Hindus believe that there is both negative and positive energy in the cosmos and within us. The energy fields affect us all. We have positive energy when we think positively. Rangoli designs can trap negative energy, so they cannot enter us and our homes.
Diwali (also: Deepavali ) is one of India’s biggest festivals. The word ‘Deepawali’ means rows of lighted lamps. It is a festival lights and Hindus celebrate it with joy. During this festival, people light up their houses and shops with Diyas (Small cup-shaped oil lamps made of baked clay). Light up each side of your home utilizing lights, lanterns, and earthen pots (Diya). The festival “Lakshmi Puja” is performed in the evenings when lamps of clay(Diya) are lit.
Flowers represent generosity and show the beauty of enlightenment.
Handcrafted Wall Hangings
Handcrafted wall art is a perfect way to add long-lasting beauty and luster to your walls and it looks super impressive.