Light up your homes with these Diwali decoration ideas 2020, the most delightful time of the year is back, its Diwali time! Diwali this year will be celebrated on the 14th of November 2020. Apart from the pooja, sweets, dressing up the festival also calls for Diwali decorations using decorative items for Diwali. To instantly pump up the décor of your house we have assimilated a few ideas you can use. With the pandemic still around no one wants to step out and with these all available online, what more do we want. Apart from the traditional diya and candle investment for Diwali decoration ideas at home, this year bring in more to raise the spirits a little higher.
Mostly rangolis are made of flowers, petals, leaves or spice powders like – haldi, rice powder and other such stuff. It's simple to make and also quickly enhance your home entrance or even the inside of your home. Simply draw out the pattern and start filling it up with colours. If you are looking for some ready rangoli cut outs which can be filled or sticker like rangolis then we have handpicked some of the best you could choose from.
String lights and ring lights are almost mandatory when it comes to Diwali decoration. And now there are string lights in different shapes and designs like – leaf shaped lights, diya shaped lights or simple fairy lights. Using these lights you can decorate the entry door of your house or the interiors like the temple area, living area by simply winding the lights onto anything like a wall mirror or a book shelf or simply hand it in a pattern on a blank wall to bring it to life.
Decorating those side tables, dining area and living area was never this easy. Simply place a few mason jar lights here and there and you are done. While there are ready made mason jar lights available online you can also make them at home using a mason jar and string lights, string lights can be inserted into almost anything be it bottles or mason jars.
Apart from using real flowers from your garden you can also add more floral beauty to your atmosphere using artificial hanging flowers. Hang a few strings at the entrance or inside your house at various spots and corners to bring out the traditional beautiful look of the house. You can also create low center pieces with floating flowers on water for a beautiful arrangement.
When placing diyas outside in the open you can think of surrounding it with bangles to create a bangle lampshade. This unique idea will take away all the limelight from your neighbors to you. With this fun easy to create lampshade your home will shine brighter.
Bells are a symbol of harmony and peace, they are used to remove negative energy and bring in happiness and prosperity. Bells can be hung inside the house or on the outside to raise harmony, mood and vibration of the house.
Diyas and diyas all around you during Diwali festival is the quickest way to Diwali decoration. Be it earthen diyas or wax candles they brighten up the space. Diyas have been a part of Indian culture since time immemorial. Its Indian tradition to light up a diya every evening next to a tulsi plant or infront of your door, they say lighting up a diya invites good and keeps the negativity and bad spirits away.
A. Apart from the mythological fact and reasoning of welcoming lord Ram after his victory, homes are also decorated to welcome guests home to a warm, vibrant mood and atmosphere.
A. There are many ways using which you can decorate your home like – candles, diyas, torans, flowers, rangoli, bells and more.
A. Diwali calls for lots of decoration and celebration. Diyas, rangoli, candles, led lights, string lights, ring lights, flower decorations all over the house are only a few of the many ways you can bring in the Diwali festival.
A. During the Diwali days people illuminate their homes, temples, take an oil bath, make rangolis, prepare delicacies, illuminate fireworks and say prayers.
A. Traditionally diyas, rangoli and flower decorations are used, while with the recent twist of modernisation people like to add LED lights, fairy lights, string lights, lamps and more to the decoration.
|Product||Price in India|
|oramsa Ready to Draw Rangoli Making Kit 10pc Jali 8" + 1 Patta Pen + 3 Filler + 1 Rangoli Pen + 6 Stamp + 6 Bottle Color||₹ 599|
|Sticker Studio Vinyl PVC Floor Sticker, 15.74 x 0.39 x 15.74 Inches, Multicolour||₹ 189|
|100yellow® Flower Design DIY Diwali Rangoli Plastic Stencil for Art & Craft, 6x6 Inches (White)||₹ 189|
|Krisah Small Size 9 Pieces Set Acrylic Rangoli with T Light Holder Multicolour Handicraft Jewel Stone Decorations (Small)||₹ 309|
|oramsa Plastic Rangoli Stencil (33x12cm, Multicolour)||₹ 299|
|Upyukat Plastic Rangoli Stencils 3X7 Inches, Pack of 6 Rangoli Stencil||₹ 199|
|Decor Kafe Wood Diwali Rangoli Making Stencil (Combo Pack Of 1) _ RS76 Rangoli Stencil||₹ 239|
|Decor Kafe Wood Ganesha Rangoli Making Stencil (Combo Pack Of 1) _ RS68 Rangoli Stencil||₹ 279|
|AMY & ELY Pack of 5 Rangoli Stencils Rangoli Stencil||₹ 130|
|DesiDiya® Warm White Diya/Diwali Light Curtain, String Lights with 12 Hanging Diyas, 8 Flashing Modes, Decoration Lighting, Festive Home Decor||₹ 999|
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