5 types of Diya decoration to brighten Diwali celebration
7 months ago
Diwali is also known as Deepavali. Deepawali stands for a row of lamps. Diwali is a great Indian festival celebrated with pomp and show by every religious community whether it is Jain, Sikhs, or Hindu.
Diwali without diyas has no importance as it is a festival to celebrate light over darkness and good over evil. So this Diwali celebrates the festival with some twist. Let’s give simple earthen diyas a decorated look. Decorated diyas look classy and will add glitters to your Diwali festival.
Ways to decorate Diyas :
1. Colored Diyas: If you are the one who doesn’t know art, then this decoration idea is for you. This is a simple way to decorate a Diya. Take any watercolor or oil pastel color and start coloring the diyas in the color you like. You can decorate all diyas in one color or in multi-color, the choice is yours.
2. Pom Pom Diyas: This is another easy of decorating the diyas. You just need colored diyas and pom pom. Pom-pom you can buy from the market or if you want to paste any stone instead of pom-pom, you can do so. Now after coloring the diyas, paste pom-pom on the sides of diyas and your pom pom diyas are ready to glow on Diwali.
3. Swastik Diyas: Swastikas you all know is considered very auspicious and it is drawn before any auspicious beginning. Swastik diyas are easy to decorate, just make Swastik in the mid of colored diyas and keep it to spread good vibes at your temple place.
4. Kundan diyas: Kundan and coloured stones can be used for the decoration of diyas. You can apply paint before sticking the stones to the diyas.
5. Home-made clay diyas: As far we have decorated the mud diyas, but you can also make your own diyas. It is the simplest and easiest way to make and decorate Diwali diyas. You just need clay. You can use the clay dough to make beautiful diyas. These homemade elegant diyas would light up and brighten up your Diwali in a more colourful and spiritual way.
So now, what you’re waiting for??? Go and decorate your Diyas to remove the darkness of the Amavasya night.
HAPPY DIWALI !!!