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Make Your Diwali Glorious with Rangoli, Lamps and Puja Thali

The Festival of Light Diwali symbolizes the return of Lord Rama to his kingdom Ayodhya after rescuing Sita and defeating Ravana. In celebration of Lord Rama’s return after spending 14 years in forest, the people of Ayodhya had lit up their homes with beautiful earthen lamps and decorated their houses. Diwali is thus an auspicious occasion, a great festival that celebrates prosperity, joy, brotherhood and peace. This festival is not only about doing up your home with a fresh coat of paint and decorations but also about buying new stuff for the home, new clothes and new items for pooja. Similarly, shops are also done up and new items bought for it. With people going on their annual shopping spree, shops offer a whole range of attractive items - different decoration pieces and lights, clothes and accessories, health and beauty products, groceries and staples, organic items, household items, pooja and festival items and of course, the choicest delicacies, sweets and the ubiquitous dry fruits. Read on to check out these creative decoration ideas with colorful rangolis, flowers, exquisite brass lamps, puja thali are some of the Diwali home decor ideas that you can use this Diwali. Rangoli: This beautiful Indian art blends with colors of diverse Indian Culture. Using finely ground white powder and blend of colors, people draw beautiful designs at the entrances of the home to welcome the Goddess of Wealth. Get a beautiful stencil from DEI to create a design of your choice. Put colors in it and add petals of some sweet-smelling flowers and leaves. Candles and Lamps: Create a mystical glow in your home with the beautiful candles or diyas. An artistic lantern will create magic, as it will throw its glow softly over your room. Buy one now. Puja Thalis: It is one of the most important items that is used in every ritual of the festival. You will easily find thalis online at DEI in a variety of metals from copper to steel to gold as well as silver and brass. Get one now. This Diwali, decorate your home differently. Buy Indian items such as pooja thali items, decoration pieces and your daily essentials in Singapore from the largest Indian Online Store in Singapore, DEI - Daily Everything Indian and avail great discount offers. Take your pick now.

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