Last Minute Diwali 2021 Decorating Ideas: From Urli With Lakshmi Rangoli Footprint Flowers, Decorate Your Home With These DIY Ideas


One of the biggest Hindu festivals – Diwali is here. In the midst of all the celebrations, decorating and adorning our homes is one of the most important parts of this festival. Diwali is observed on the 15th day of Kartik, the holiest month in the Hindu lunar calendar and it is believed that on this day Lord Rama (the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu) returned from a 14 year exile in which he fought and won a battle against the demon king Ravana.

This year, Diwali will be celebrated on Thursday. Across the country, people celebrate the festival by decorating their homes, exchanging gifts and offering prayers to commemorate the “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance” .

Last year, Diwali arrived when the coronavirus pandemic was at its peak. However, this year the number of cases has declined. But going to the markets is still considered dangerous, and many still resort to creating decorative items in the home. For this special occasion, here are five easy last-minute DIY (Do-it-Yourself) ideas to decorate your home:

1. Hanging glass candle holders

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Looking for some simple DIY bedroom decorating ideas? These beautiful glass hanging candle holders can be easily created from recycled bottles or glass jars. Place a candle inside each mason jar and hang them using embellished thread or Doris. Diwali 2021 Office Bay Decoration Ideas: From colorful flowers to diyas, 5 vibrant ways to bring joy to your workplace this Deepavali.

2. Rangoli Lakshmi Footprints

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On Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshiped. The footprints of the goddess Lakshmi are believed to be auspicious in the Hindu religion. People buy green, gold and red colored Lakshmi fingerprint stickers to stick on the front door of their house or near the rangolis. For those who want to get a realistic footprint impression at home, here’s how you can do it yourself. Quick Rangoli Designs For Diwali 2021: Easy, Simple And Beautiful Rangoli Design Pictures To Decorate Your Home And Welcome Goddess Lakshmi.

Take some kumkum or rangoli powder in a bowl. Add water or oil to the powder to make a thick paste. Now create an awl shape with your hand and use it as a stencil. Dip your hand in the paste and dab it on the floor.

3. Teacup candles

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Melt wax in vintage tea cups to create unique candles for your living room, study or bedroom. Choose matching tea cups or mix up the designs to suit the mood you are looking for.

4. Tassel wall hangers

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Spruce up your space with a colorful pom pom garland that can be hung on a fireplace mantel, shelf, or wall. Use coordinating colors of pom poms for more personality.

5. Homemade urli with flowers

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If you are a person who loves vintage decor then urali is a must have stylish item to use for Diwali decorating. Urali is a large decorative bowl with floating diyas and flowers.

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You can create your own Urali, instead of buying expensive ones in the market. It is enough to buy a sturdy jar with a wide mouth (any material – brass, metal or clay). Paint the same with the color of your choice. Channel your inner artist and decorate it with brilliant beats. Dry the jar until the color sticks. Use it with flowers of your choice and diyas.

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