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Diwali Decor Ideas to Give your House a Brighter Look

Diwali is the festival of lights, usually celebrated in the month of Kartika according to Hindu Lunisolar month. This is considering being one of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over the darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance”. This festival is widely related to Hindu gods and goddesses which are considered to be the symbol of prosperity, love, bravery, and peace.

This festival mainly focuses on the lord Ram and Mata Sita, who came back to Ayodhya after 14 years of banvas. This festival is mainly observed by Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs. The festival is celebrated for five days and every day has its own importance accordingly.

The first day is celebrated as Dhanteras or Yama deepama. On this day, people usually throw all the old things out of their house which is of no more use and bring new things home.

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The second day is found to be as Naraka Chaturdashi and this day is observed as the beginning of the festival. People start decorating their houses and started worshipping too.

The third day is observed to be as the day of Lakshmi pooja day. This day is recognized by other names also like kali pooja, Kedara Gauri Vrat. Then the fourth day is celebrated as the Govardhan Pooja day on this day the main event takes place, everyone lights their houses and enjoys the day.

The end day of the festival is found to be celebrated as the day of Vishwakarma Pooja or locally called Bhaiya Dooj. This is how Diwali is celebrated by all and everyone enjoyed the day in his/her own way.

This festival is all about the inner peace that how we can satisfy our soul by doing something good for others as well as for our family members too. So the first thing that makes the family as well as society happy is the decorations.

So, the big question arises to our mind, this festive season is how to do the Diwali decoration

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How to donate Diwali decoration with the limited things available to us? So, these are some of the very unique and easy Diwali Decoration ideas to decorate your home as well as your surroundings, this festive season in a very beautiful way.

The very first thing that is visible to everyone when they come to your home is the main door area.

  • let’s decorate the main door part;

Decorate your shoe wrack;

Take a runner(table cloth ) of any type of your favorite color then place it on to the wrack and put some decorative things like flower vase, etc over there.

Add Greenery to the Room;

As we know, greenery is a very good way to décor your home. So take a money plant or any such type of plant and put it in the hanging pot and this put a very dedicating look to the room as well as cleans the air of the room.

Add a welcoming touch to the main entrance;

Let’s add some happy home touch to the room. Either you can draw or buy a wall frame containing the msg of welcome to hang in front of the main door. So, the guest feels cozy at your place and this also puts a good impression on them.

Add Flower rangoli in front of the door;

Try to add a decorative touch to the room by adding some colors to it. Time to show off your rangoli skills. Don’t panic if you don’t know how to draw it, you can simply make it with help of artificial things like stickers, artificial flowers, etc.

You can also add urli to the room;

Urli is just like a vessel of water, with some decorative touches. So you can put some petals in urli and place it in between the rangoli this gives a beautiful touch to your room as well as your rangoli.

Add some flowers to the door;

Add some fresh flowers to the door, but if you are not able to do that then you can also add artificial flowers to the door. This gives cheery looks to your entrance and everyone going to like it.

Add some out of the box touches to the house;

Try to add some different things to decoration by mixing it with the existing ones. This gives a very cool look to the house. Just like;

Use a light bottle to decorate the dark parts of your house;

You can use waste bottles at your home for decoration. Take the bottle and put some Battery lights in it and then place it in the dark parts and then see the magic, that how they light up the place.

Paper cuttings are good decorators;

You can use paper cutting to decorate the walls of the rooms and try to add some new elements to your boring walls. You can also add stickers to the wall. That looks awesome and good.

Add bird feeder on your window or balcony;

This is one of the best ideas to make your Diwali more cheerful and happier. You can add a bird feeder on your window or balcony so that birds would come there and eat the food. In this way, you can catch some birdy noise in your house and this brings positive vibes to the house and as well as inside you.

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DIY ideas that you can try at home;     

  1. Diya coloring; you can take previous year diyas or bring some new and add color to them, this looks awesome when they lit up in the evenings.
  2. Flat candle decoration; you can also buy some flat candles and put them in a bowl filled with water, this appears so nice to see.
  3. Thread balls; you can make balls of thread by the use of finical then hang them on height, and put some lightings to them this looks so pretty.

So, you can enjoy all these ideas in your home during the full five-day celebration of Diwali. Try new ideas and spread your positive vibes to society and pray for good to happen.

I hope you enjoyed reading these ideas and feel interesting in you. So, Happy Diwali to each and every one.

Be safe at your home and spread happiness and also be the reason for someone happiness this Diwali.

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