In India, Navratri and Dusshera is celebrated with passion, enthusiasm and a lot of energy. The holiday marks the victory of good over evil. The magnanimity of celebrations definitely calls for festive attire, lip-smacking treats, and grand-scale decoration. It is undeniable that those who celebrate the festivals and will celebrate after a gap of two years. This led them to decorate their homes and offices on an even grander scale. With Dusshera just around the corner, here are some of the amazing decoration ideas to make your homes and offices Dusshera-ready.
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5 easy decoration ideas for Navratri and Dusshera 2022
1. DIY decorations
You can use attractive DIY decorative items to decorate your homes and offices. Creating brightly colored paper chandeliers, wall hangings, diyas and lanterns can be a great way to decorate the corners of your home. You can even paint clay pots and kulhads for interior decoration. Paper wall hangings can be used as desktop decorations.
2. Flower garlands for entryways
When someone enters your home or office, the first thing they will notice are the entrances. So make a grand first impression by decorating doors and door frames with garlands made from fresh flowers. You can use cheerful colors like yellow and red to make the entrance even more charming. Keeping bowls with flower petals can also be an aromatic welcome for guests.
3. Rangoli Decorations
Indian traditions and festivals are incomplete without rangoli. We have all seen hearths decorated with rangoli designs. Rangoli designs are a cheerful way to welcome guests. The colors used in the rangoli the designs can have a big impact on the people who walk in. You can even do rangoli with floral patterns.
4. Diya decorations
It’s not just for Diwali anymore. Any festival; be it Navratri, Dusshera or Diwali, diya decorations always have an impact. As the traditions say, light destroys evil. so much light diyas around the house or at the entrance to offices. Use in an environmentally friendly way diyas do your part for the earth. You can also use hand painted diyas or aromatic candles instead of traditional clay diyas.
5. String Light Decoration
Any festive occasion is incomplete without string lights. Be it weddings or Diwali, Navratri or Dusshera, string lights will never go out of style. The lights can be added to the patio, balconies, gardens or terrace. You can play with string formation in several ways. The lights are reusable and can be used multiple times without waste.