Diwali Temple Decoration
One of the most auspicious festivals of the year Diwali is round the corner. It commemorates the triumph of good over evil and spreads the spirit of love and brotherhood. Well, one of the most intriguing question that comes to our mind is how to decorate the temples beautifully? So, here are some ways in which you can decorate and adorn your temples this Diwali. These Diwali Temple Decoration will make your home more enlightened.
This is something which never really goes out of fashion. Flowers exude a sense of positivity and freshness. So take some flowers and make a garland of it. This can be done using a combination of colours or different varieties of flowers. You can also attach string lights with this to add beauty to your place. This can also be used to adorn the ties of god.
This kind of temple decoration will make your temple room look more beautiful also it will give immense odor.
Coloured or crape paper:
Temple decoration with coloured or crape paper. This is one of the most economical ways to decorate your temple this Diwali. Hence, Take some coloured of crape paper and decorate the room using it. It can be hung as a TORAN or can be used to make artificial flowers or garlands or deities. Also, you can decorate it using glitter if needed.
Diyas on a platter:
Like the many things made each Diwali, your diyas can also be decorated on a platter and kept in a room. Place decorated with diyas in contrasting platters made up of ceramic or marble. Hence you can place these platters in your temple. You can also choose different platter shapes to create a theme or to match the decor style of your Pooja room. This kind of temple decoration will make your Diwali more creative and eco friendly.
You can also try going vintage for your diwali temple decoration.Create a vintage look using lacquered wrought iron stands in subtle shades along with small tea light glasses. You can choose crystal or colour to create a glittering effect.Hence place them on your tables or decorated corners.
Mason or Moroccan jar decoration:
Ethnic and colourful mason or Moroccan jars are a good way to decorate our indoor areas of your home this Diwali. Place large tea light candles or votive candles make hem last longer. This will add more light to your temple decoration this diwali.
Rajasthani village look
This Diwali give your Pooja room the look and feel of the village. Place small earthen pot Diyas containing candle wax in corners of your room,also, you can decorate around these earthen pots with traditional; style Rangoli made wet brown and white mud.
The market is full of colourful and scented candles. Hence it can be used to decorate your pooja room to fill bowls of water and sticks some floating candles in it.
Follow the oriental style of paper lanterns this Diwali for that delicate, exotic yet beautiful temple decoration. You can also adorn the room with the Kai Po Che look that is the Gujarati look.
Light up the interior of your puja room by putting doily lights all around the place.
You can also make a chain of them and hang them on the walls.
A Rangoli is an art form that involves the drawing and colouring of various shapes on the floor. Drawing Rangoli is not only a tradition that is followed on Diwali, but a very interesting decorative idea which can be extended to any level of creativity and give your puja room a very auspicious look and feel. You can make Rangoli from different kind of ingredients like beans, rice, colours, sawdust.