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Wondering how to Revamp your home this Diwali?

Diwali Celebration

Diwali is the festival of lights, lanterns, candles, diyas, and everything bright. As per the custom, all the hoses are illuminated, people decorate their houses with glittering lights, flowers, and colours.

It is a five-day-long festival and is celebrated during the Hindu lunisolar month Kartika. On each of the five days, there is a series of rituals that are performed.

Diwali symbolizes the spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance.

Worship ceremonies of Lakshmi Ji are performed who is the goddess of wealth and prosperity, family feasts are held, light fireworks and also gifts and mithai are shared.

Today we will see how you can revamp your home, making it a free-spirited, happy place by adding some quirky stunning ideas to take your eyes off.



A beautiful coloured flamboyant Uruli can prove out to be a game-changer for you this Diwali. To add beauty to it add some petals or flowers with some scented candles to its water. If you want you can add some essential oils to it. Also, make some rangoli around your Uruli to give that enhancing effect. I am sure you are going to love it after completing it.

Diwali Torans

iwali Torans

Torans are decorative pieces generally used on the doors. But alternatively, you can use these as wall hangings. You can also customize these torans according to your wish. Generally, you will see Ganesh wall hangings in the houses but while customizing your torans you can add Ganesh in your torans. This will create an authentic Diwali grace.

Fruit studded candles

Fruit studded candles

Yes, you might find this bizarre but this is a very innovative idea that you can try this Diwali, and yes it does exist. Carve the fruit peels in appealing shapes and place mini fragrant candles inside them. 

Traditional look for your dining area

Traditional look for your dining area

Let’s make this Diwali more colourful more traditional by decorating your dining table so that when your relatives arrive, they get awestruck seeing that.  Go get some flowers and leaves from your garden. Drap your table with a casual dupatta, layer it with mats, small colourful lanterns in the corner, plates, small flower arrangements, coloured votives. Select the colour scheme of your own choice. Try it and you are going to love it.



This Diwali if you are looking out for something that catches the eyes of people then you must try your hand on balloons and lanterns. These lanterns add a feeling of zeal and comfort to the illuminating decorations of your living spot. And also you can continue to float them even once the festive season is over.

Evergreen colourful Diyas


Diyas are the evergreen traditional Diwali decoration element that embraces your dazzling festive touch. Compose a difference by decorating the diyas with artificial studs and glitter. Also, you can either use engraved candles across the house or colourful candles for an amazing visual bliss. Adorn it with colourful petals or flowers around the diyas.

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