abhishekam Once Lord Krishna is born, there are several rituals associated with this Hindu festival. If you are looking for ideas for decorating your Janmashtami home, these accessories will surely help you create a quaint home setup. Check them out below:
These Janmashtami banners and accessories are made from laser cut card stock which makes their edges perfect and safe to use. The 9 coins will surely bring fervor to your Janmashtami celebration and help you click on some memorable pictures of the celebration.
The banners are made from environmentally friendly paper to ensure long lasting use.
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Do you dress your little boy as Krishna? These ‘little Krishna’ balloons will be a perfect accessory for him to carry. Balloons are also great for decorating official buildings, food stalls and more.
This set of balloons comes with an air pump and a straw to easily inflate the balloons.
This throne or
singhasan is made from premium wood and velor. This decorative accessory is perfect for occasions like Janmashtami, Radha Ashtami, Sharad Poornima, Rakshabadhan and more. The brightly colored throne will surely highlight your Krishna idol and make it look festive for the Janmashtami celebrations.
The throne is an essential purchase to decorate the Puja ghar.
This easy to assemble jhula is made from teak wood and is handcrafted by Channapatna artisans. The jhula is perfect for placing the idol of Laddu Gopal during Janmashtami celebrations. The jhula will be a great addition to your Puja Ghar or mandir.
The jhula will also be a great spiritual gift for new owners and more.
This Kanha inspired wall hanging is perfect for Janmashtami as well as for home decor all year round. The attractive metal wall hanging is perfect for placing on walls, doors, entryways and more. The wall hanging features a wreath of bright red leaves and Kanha’s face holding her bansuri and wearing a peacock feather.
The wall hanging is perfect for festive decoration as well as housewarming gifts and more.
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