Diwali is the five-day Festival of Lights, celebrated by millions of Indians. The festival symbolizes the spiritual victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil. As per Hindu mythology, it is believed to be the time of the year when Goddess Lakshmi enters homes to give her blessings. It is the most vibrant and joyous festival of the country celebrated with pujas, lights, rangolis, firecrackers, gifts, sweets, and lavish get-togethers. Houses are cleaned, decorated, and renovated to welcome -Guests and Goddess Laxmi.
Friday, 10 September 2021, India will celebrate another highly-awaited Hindu festival—Ganesh Chaturthi. Also known as Vinayaka Chaturti, the 10-day festival marks the rebirth of Lord Ganesh, the elephant God and Lord of Prosperity. This year, since the situation has changed, the focus has shifted from pandals to personal homes. Every homeowner is now preparing to safely welcome the Lord of good fortune into their homes and lives.
Home is where the heart is. Be it a working professional or a student, everyone wants to head home and unwind after a long day at work. The colours on your walls play a significant role in making or breaking the look of your house. How about coming home to not just white walls but something that gives you and your family an immediate mood lift.
We are in an age where a sense of rush and chaos constantly surrounds us. We are aiming to achieve all that we wish for and in order to get to our goals, we tend to overwork ourselves. We also do not find time for ourselves which tends to take a toll on our mental health. There was a time when people used to come back home to a relaxing environment away from the workplace but with the advent of advancements in the technological domain, the boundaries between the workplace and home have also somehow blurred.
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Diwali is the most glamorous festival celebrated in India for 5 days. This means a lot of you are going to be busy prepping for the big day because you will be hosting a Diwali party and want to leave no stone unturned in making your house look perfect for the day. Here are some little ideas that can make a big difference in your decor this season. So get your notepads out and set yourself for easy efforts that could make a big difference to your home.
Don’t blame yourself if you’re taking too long to decide what kind of furniture is the best for your home. There are so many different ways you could decorate your home, getting confused is no surprise.
Have a small apartment? Facing storage space issues? Struggling to stay organised? Have problems no more! With a few tips and tricks, we present you, 5 space saving ideas to maximise the space and enjoy your little home without daily frustration and not even wishing for a bigger apartment.