Thursday, November 3, 2011

Glorious Diwali

For me its whole new meaning of celebrating Diwali in my new home. The last month was like roller-coaster ride. I was busy doing every possible thing that I could do for Diwali preparation.From cleaning every corner and nook of home to decorating it with my own artifacts, from preparing sweets and dishes to making gift boxes for family and friends. And I enjoyed this hectic schedule a lot. I was on cloud nine when I heard words of appreciation. Joy and happiness on my family's face was my biggest reward and it took away all my weariness.
Though I couldn't find time to click all the pics when I lit all the diyas and tea light candles but as soon as I got time I just started clicking images because I wanted to cherish this moments all my life.
Lets have a virtual tour of my home....come on in....




Colourful rangoli to welcome Goddess Laxmi and to my guests.


Floating rangoli and floating candles creating warm and inviting ambience.



Flower & mango leaf toran with backdrop of fairy lights.










Designer diyas made by me all around my home to light up the space and to light up me in glory.


Serenity near holy basil plant. It looked wonderful with fairy lights changing its colour every second.



Shri Ganesh and Laxmi idol ......beauty and tranquility.




One of my fav click of last year's Diwali.


And a gift box made by me to spread happiness and cheerfulness among loved ones.


Have a lovely weekend ahead friends and stay creative!!!









20 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh.. I soooooooooo love.. your lotus rangoli.. so pretty..

    Your house looks gorgeous.. :-)

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  2. It is wonderful that you get such great joy in the preparations and did not let it stress you. That is the key to happiness when planning big celebrations. Your home and artwork are just beautiful and so full of color.

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  3. @Patricia: Thanks a lot Patty, I'm glade that u liked rangoli and my home too.
    @Elaine: Very True Elaine. Thanks for your compliments. I'm honoured.

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  4. Disha , I loved each of the images.everything is so beautiful in your home.loved those designer diyas:)

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  5. @Sarmistha: Thanks a lot Sarmistha that you liked my decor. Designer diyas were centre of attraction this Diwali.

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  6. Disha...everything looks so pretty...I can imagine why u r tired:)

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  7. Disha, I entered into your home and enjoyed your deepavali decorations.
    I like the way you paint the pot, the rangoli.
    nice.
    viji

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  8. Lovely decor, Disha! I love your Rangoli....the diyas look so pretty!

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  9. Your lotus rangoli is stunning. The diyas are beautiful. Very creative designs.

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  10. This is so pretty. Hope to see you at My Dream Canvas.

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  11. Had a treat of Diwali by watching ur pics :) Amazing decorations

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  12. Thanks Viji, Iniyaal, Anu & kala for your wonderful compliments.

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  13. Disha such lovely stuff. Thank You for dropping by my blog. I am off to explore more your your creativity!
    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  14. Loved ur designer diyas very nice creation

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  15. Wow ! how lovely Disha !! Love the decorations at the entrance.... the lotus rangoli ,,,the diyas... all are beautiful !!

    Did you paint the blue pot by yourself.. ITs gorgeous.. !!

    Thank You so much for linking to the party (http://liventhingsup.blogspot.com/2011/10/itz-festival-time-2011.html) ... Hope to see you in with more and more entries... The party is open upto 5th Jan 2012...so that you can link in your christmas and New Year posts too... ;-) ;-)

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  16. Thanks Emreen for heart warming compliments!! Yes that blue pot is painted by me. Sure going to link up more n more entries. Loved your link party!!

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  17. I liked your designs done on the blue pot and your lotus too..

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