Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Diwali Diya, Pooja Thali, Rangoli Decoration Ideas & Pictures

Diwali widely known as the festival of lights is the biggest festival in India & the puja of Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth, good fortune & prosperity) with God Ganesh is associated with Diwali or Deepavali festival celebrations. Therefore, Diwali festival is synonymous with cleanliness as Goddess Lakshmi likes cleanliness & decorating the home with beautiful diyas, candles & colorful rangoli to welcome Goddess Lakshmi in home. 


Friends, we bring you couple of innovative Diwali diya, puja thali & rangoli decoration ideas & pictures to help you decorate your home in different styles. Your learning begins here...

Diwali diya decoration ideas & pictures:
 
Diyas are an integral part of Diwali decorations. During Diwali festival season, one can find different types & designs of Diwali diyas and candles in the markets. 



Deepavali diyas are basically earthen lamps made of clay.


Set of four shankh shaped exquisite diyas can definitely give an elegant look to your home and office.



Or you can use colorful  flower shaped diyas.



Diwali Puja thali decoration ideas & photos:

On the auspicious occasion of Deepavali festival people perform Lakshmi-Ganesh pooja & a decorated pooja thali is an integral part of it. Diwali puja thali generally includes diyas, sweets, dry fruits, roli, chawal, flowers, etc.



One more Diwali puja thali - Ganpati pooja thali


   
Traditional red color 'OM' puja thali with small bowl for haldi, kumkum, roli, rice & another Diwali puja items.

 

A beautiful puja thali decorated with kundan beads which can additionally make an ideal Diwali gift too.




Diwali rangoli decoration ideas & pics:

Diwali rangoli is an intrinsic part of decoration of Diwali festival. On Deepavali people like to decorate the floors of their living room, puja room or entrance with beautiful rangoli by using colored powders, colorful flower petals & diyas in different designs, shapes & patterns to welcome Goddess Lakshmi & guests.



Strings of jasmine, rose petals and marigolds can also be used to make beautiful rangoli.


On Diwali, rangoli designs are made with some spaces specifically to place diyas over them. Such rangoli decorations with diyas are an eye candy!



Diwali 2012 Date: Diwali festival is on Tuesday 13th November, 2012.

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Buzzintown Wishes you a Happy & Prosperous Diwali 2012!


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1 comment:

  1. At the time of Diwali, entire country is involved in celebrating this festivals with different kinds of diwali celebration activities

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