Nov 4th, 2010
If you're a busy mom who's had no time to get the house decorated in time for your Diwali guests, don't panic. Here's how to throw together some unique and last-minute Diwali decorations that will make your home a welcoming place for your visitors.
Oct 22nd, 2010
Diwali is a festival where Goddess Lakshmi, who is the goddess of wealth, is welcomed into the house and so the house is cleaned and kept ready for that day. Here are some tips to decorate your home and give it a stylish and welcoming look this Diwali.
Oct 19th, 2010
Deepavali, in the literal sense, means a row of lamps and is symbolic of the lighting that are integral to the festival. Traditionally, Diwali is celebrated with exquisite lamps that are crafted out of clay. They are an integral part of the festivities and add to the fervor of the celebrations.
Oct 14th, 2010
Diwali in 2010 is on November 5th, and is a lavish festival which is celebrated to the maximum. The excitement is double for your kids if they can help in making reusable rangolis and torans, and in decorating the diyas. These simple and easy to make Diwali decorations will light up your holiday.