Diwali is here and the preparations start a month before the festival which includes spring-cleaning, white-washing of houses and decorative designs of rangolis are painted on floors to welcome the Goddess of wealth and prosperity,
Unlike every year, in spite of decorating home simply with lights and lamps, one can experiment with a range of modern decorative items to enhance the beauty of their home and invite goddess Lakshmi to their retreat.
Here are the items that can enhance the beauty and charm of your home this Diwali.
Vastu items for positive energy
The Vastu based items are very good options to decorate the home this Diwali as they bring positivity.
Shri Meru Yantra is one of the most significant yantras in Vastu Shastra. It’s an energised tool for wealth and prosperity. Placing it inside home means the shower of good fortune. It also eradicates negative influences and paves the way for abundance. Gomti Chakra tree and Dosh Nivaran Tortoise are not only just decorative pieces but will bring positive energy to your home.
Different types of Diyas
One needs to switch from traditional Diya to fragmented candles and glittery glass jar candles that enhance the beauty of a home. Fragmented decoration not only lightens the homes but add up to the aura of pooja and also adds positivity.
Rangolis are also an important part of Diwali celebration as the threshold is the first place that needs to be beautified. Most rangolis are made of shredded flowers. This time let’s use whole flowers instead of just petals. Draw patterns on the floor along pathways and arrange flowers over them to create the ultimate flower rangoli.
Wineglasses can be put to other uses like decorating tables. Fill three-fourths of the glasses with water and put in some beautiful flowers so that they float submerged in the water. Now place the tea light on top so it is floating above the water. Light them up to create an ambience in the room. You can also put in crystals or white pebbles inside the glasses to make them more interesting.
(With ANI inputs)