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20

Diwali 2011 Decor Ideas

Posted by: Ahkriti

For Indians the world over, Diwali, or the festival of lights, is the time for decorations, making rangoli or floral art, eating yummy food and sweets, dressing up and of course invoking the blessings of the Goddess Lakshmi!

So this year I am excited  to decorate my home with tea lights. And more so, because my young daughters are in awe of everything new that they see, and its so much fun to decorate with them, since they find all my decorations... fabulous! (Ahhh...isn't that sheer joy)

This year Diwali falls on October 26, 2011 and its just around the corner. 
Here's a peek of the Diwali decor at home for this year....

Rangoli or floral art on a bronze plate

Rangoli or floral art on a bronze plate, Diwali

 

Some more bronze lights

 

 Bronze lights, Diwali

 

And some peacocks for added beauty

Peacocks, Diwali

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Oct 8, 2012 | Ahkriti

Oh the peacock! That is a gift. Sorry, I have no idea where its from!

Oct 4, 2012 | Posted by: Mona

Hi thanks for the reply sorry for misunderstanding I was asking you for the third picture with standing peacock fire in feathers very color full .

Oct 4, 2012 | Ahkriti

Hello Mona!
Thank you for stopping by here!
The lamp holders that you see in the second picture, the one's that are like flood lights - I got them at Fab India.

Oct 3, 2012 | Posted by: Mona

Hi it's very beautiful way to do Diwali light in front of god can you please let me know from where did you buy this one?

Oct 23, 2011 | Fairy Cardmaker

My favourite is the peacock - Fire and Feather - it's majestic!

Oct 21, 2011 | SarahMars

Candles always add some kind of magic to the room. Beautiful photos!

Oct 20, 2011 | LisaGold

wow, gorgeous! Love the first bronze plate photo the most. Thanks for sharing.


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AhKriti (aka Ahkriti )
Mississauga, ON, Canada


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