What is Diwali? Diwali is a festival of light celebrated on the night of the new moon. Diwali is a festival of light; the word Diwali came from the Sanskrit word Deepavali which means rows of lit lamps. That is why Diwali is known as the festival of lights; Hindus celebrate as lord ram return home after 14 years and kills a king name Ravan, four different religions have different reason for celebrating Diwali, but they have all common that they start a new being light over darkness. Diwali is celebrated with crackers, sweets, home decor, etc.
Traditionally, the home and business are cleaned on the first day of Diwali or before as a cleansing ritual that prepares you for a new beginning. Do laundry, tidy up messy areas, and sort your receipts and papers.
Best ideas to decorate the home at Diwali? Here it is :
String Lights outside the house as Diwali is a festival of lights as it means lighting to the new beginning of lights, while diyas light up our home decor more beautiful and
Lights and diyas are the warm glow effect to understand brightening in life.
As we go for an eco-friendly Diwali, we should glow more diyas outside the house or inside the house on the veranda, lights can be hung on the wall, and at the dining table, we can be kept beautiful light holders at the center of the table.
Decorate the table with a beautiful table cover and crockery set, and select a table runner with a beautiful color. Crockery can be in different shapes and served with delicious festival food or sweets, making your table more attractive to your friends. The festival is incomplete without decoration; you can decorate your table with flowers and a beautiful light holder.
Decoration with Rangoli
Diwali is incomplete without Rangoli; rangoli is an art done on the floor using such materials as rice, dry flour, colored sand, and flowers. Rangoli decor is to bring good luck to your life. Rangoli is made of flowers, making your house more attractive to your friends and family.
Draw footprints and scatter them around the house on the first day. On the first day of Diwali, Dhanteras celebrates Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. A traditional way to anticipate their arrival is to draw small footprints around the house. Sprinkle rice flour and vermilion powder on the floor before you. Did you know already…?
begins on the thirteenth day after Poornima, or the full moon. Dhanteras, the first day of Diwali, is a combination of the words dhan, meaning “wealth,” and teras, meaning “thirteenth day.”
Decorate your home and buys gifts
Buy new clothes, jewelry, and paraphernalia. Another tradition at the start of Diwali is to shop for new clothes and household items, such as kitchen utensils and decorations. Try to buy at least some clothes and kitchen items for Diwali, as it is another way to celebrate the beginning of a new year.
For example, you could buy some shirts, pants, a nice set of dishes, silverware, or jewelry.