The festival of lights i.e. Diwali is approaching soon and you must be busy searching for gifts, decoration items and other home makeover things. But, with the pollution at a danger mark, you might be thinking of how to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali. So, in this blog post we let you know the tips to celebrate the festival of light in an environment-friendly manner. Simply scroll down the page to find out smart ways to celebrate a pollution-free Diwali.
The most awaited festival of Lord Ganesh is here and everybody is decorating their home pandals in an attractive manner so as to create an ambiance filled with purity and divinity. There are no rules set when it comes to decoration, but these days’ people prefer more eco-friendly ways to beautify the pandals at their home. Check out these eye-catchy and eco-friendly ways to decorate Lord Ganesha idol this year:
The festival of Brother-sister love-Rakshabandhan is just around the corner and everyone is gearing up to celebrate this beautiful festival with full zeal. So to make it more special, today we will share beautiful home décor tips to add the element of love and warmth this Raksha Bandhan and to welcome your brother in a more charming way:
Holi is the festival of colours and perhaps the best time to strengthen the bond of love and friendship. It is also the best time to decorate your home especially if you are preparing to throw a holi party for your friends and relatives.
As the festival of colours is around the corner, so you must have started preparing to become the best host for the holi party, be it delicious food or an attractive and colourful outdoor décor. Obviously one will not play holi inside the house, so here the outdoor arrangements play a very important role. You might be willing to make the party memorable by doing something unique.
Getting ready to move into a new home? Yes. In fact, you have a clear idea of decorating the home. Interestingly, many people wish to keep their home stylish yet green. But, don’t know where to start from. So, this post is for all the environment lovers who also wish to live a green life. Well, there are many ways to keep the environment clean and green. But, isn’t it’s amazing to know the ways to create an eco-friendly home?
Of course yes, the idea to fix eco-friendly material on residential property is beneficial. The first and the foremost benefit of having a green home is to be healthy. So, take a look at the below-mentioned things and know the tips to keep home green.
Are you still grooving to the music? Then, it is the time to wide open your eyes as the home is waiting for a quick cleanup. Obviously, house cleanup is the last thing on your mind today. But, the broken glasses and stains on the furniture have spoiled your mood. So, in this case, you need to act smartly. Now, take a deep breath and read this post. As here we suggest you some simple tricks to keep the home beautiful even after the New Year party.
Heel Hangover – Having hangover post the New Year celebration is obvious. Thus, start your day with lemon juice as it helps you get back to normal. This is the first thing to do on the first day of New Year. It is very important to be cure party hangover as you need to clean the house after being an awesome host.
Diwali, the festival of lights, reminds us of our tradition, culture and how we come together for this occasion wholeheartedly. It is all about the victory of good over evil, homecoming and about seeking the blessings of goddess Lakshmi. Apart from these historical reasons, the happiness in the aura of the entire city imparts a celebratory feeling. You prefer a traditional decor in your home with lights, rangolis and diyas.
Here are a few simple ways to help you create a beautiful Diwali decor:
1- Rangoli- Rangoli is an inseparable part of Diwali decorations; Diwali decor is not complete without a Rangoli. You can show all your creativity while making a beautiful Rangoli. Even if you are not an artist, stencils of Rangolis are available in the market. It is easy to design and less time-consuming. Adorning a simple Rangoli with earthen pots and Diyas will add more creativity to it.
Dussehra is the time to celebrate, the time to worship divine idols and enjoy the festivities. Cities are decorated with lights, huge pandals are set at various locations that have magnificent idols of gods and goddesses. All this looks amazing during festive season but when it’s over, the same locations are seen overflowing with waste and garbage of the celebration. As a ritual, idols are immersed into the river which pollutes it.
So, while enjoying such celebrations we should not forget our environment. Here are a few tips to guide you through an eco-friendly Dussehra:
The festive season is here. The cities and towns are glittering with the charm of festivities. Beautiful idols of deities, diyas, candles, colors etc., can be seen throughout the market. When the outsides of your home are reflecting the festive feel of the environment, why not decorate your house in such a way that this Navratri goddess Durga steps into your home and brings all the happiness.
Listed below are a few easy steps to decorate your home this Navratri:
Make a Rangoli- When you think of celebrations in India, the first thing that comes to your mind is a colorful Rangoli designed at the entrance of the homes. A rangoli not only beautifies a home, but is also considered as an auspicious gesture. If you are creative enough you can make an actual rangoli with bright colors. Otherwise, Rangoli molds and sticker rangolis are also easily available in the market.
Janmashtami is celebrated with full verve and vigor, among devout Hindus, across India. It marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, who is worshiped as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, or the supreme creator in the Hindu mythology and belief system.
It’s also considered an auspicious time to make life-transforming decisions, such as the purchase or movement into a new home, or a new business establishment. It’s believed that the business will flourish and there will be lots of happiness and prosperity in the house if an important decision regarding a home of an office is taken on Janamashtmi.
Buying a first, or even a second home, or a place from where you conduct your business or work, could easily be counted as amongst the few important decisions that you make in your life. The way you want to live your life, who do you want to interact with, what do you want to be surrounded with, and how do you want to spend the rest of your time – everything is contingent on the physical properties of the residential or commercial/retail property that you eventually choose to invest in.