Last Updated: 23rd October, 2020

Diwali Festival Of Lights

Diwali Festival Of Lights
Diwali is the joyous festival celebrated with merriment and gaiety all over India. The festival of lights is celebrated to honor the victory of good over evil. It was on this day Lord Rama returned to his home in Ayodhya after spending 14 years in exile. On the occasion of Diwali, people meet and greet their friends and love ones. They exchange gifts, sweets and lovely presents as a token of love. Houses are beautifully decorated, diyas are lighted in order to eradicate darkness and spread the light of joy and love everywhere. The mesmerizing diyas represent hope, peace and happiness.

Diwali Diyas

  • Diwali is known to be the festival of lights. So, diyas will obviously form a part of your home decor.

  • Diyas are small clay lamps with oil or ghee as the fuel. Instead of oil or ghee, wax is often used in brass and aluminum diyas. These colorful diyas come in various designs and have auspicious symbols like "Om" or Swastika" painted on them.

  • Diyas embellished with beads, sequins, minakari work, and traditional motifs are popular items for Diwali decorations.

  • Multicolored flower-shaped diyas bordered with sequins and golden glitters can best adorn your home during this occasion.

  • Panchmukhi floral diyas that have the idols of Lakshmi and Ganesha embedded on them can add a special touch to your decorations.

  • The best way to decorate your home with diyas is to arrange them along the steps of your home and surround them with flower petals for a stylish look.

Prosperous Diwali

Wishes You a Very Happy, Bright and Prosperous Diwali!