Post Diwali Cleaning: Ways to clean home after Diwali

Post Diwali cleaning is going to be difficult but comparatively less complicated and stressful than pre-diwali home cleaning. Cleaning is not that difficult, but since we are already tired, we don’t feel like cleaning our home the next day. And stains of oil, crackers, sparkles etc on the floors may require additional efforts. But thankfully, you can find professional home cleaners who are willing to help you get your house cleaned after Diwali. But since you have already done pre-Diwali cleanups, post Diwali home cleaning may be comparatively easier, if there are not many stains and dirt. Continue reading Post Diwali Cleaning: Ways to clean home after Diwali

Rangoli: Why and How to Make Rangoli for Diwali

Diwali is almost at the door, and everyone is busy preparing to celebrate this festival of lights. In India, the main element for décor on Diwali is loads of lights, especially Diyas. But there’s another thing that is seen in most of the home’s on Diwali, and that is none other than Rangolis, which is an ancient folk art practiced or made on the floor. But most of us don’t know about the importance of Rangoli, about its origin, and why or how we draw it. This art form has a deep history behind its flourishing; so let’s not waste much time and dig in the history of Rangoli, and know in details about the importance of Rangoli. Continue reading Rangoli: Why and How to Make Rangoli for Diwali

Host a Memorable Diwali Get-together at Home

The countdown for celebrating Diwali has already begun, and people who want to celebrate this festival have already started shopping for themselves, their family members, relatives, guests, and of course, their home. People who consider Diwali to be the only grand festival of their family will always to host a memorable Diwali. These people want to, or love to host a marvelous Diwali party not just for competitiveness among the relatives or neighbors, but also to make the day ‘memorable’. Continue reading Host a Memorable Diwali Get-together at Home

How to Celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali in 2016

Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the most important and fun-filled festival of India. This festival is celebrated throughout India and everyone loves it, especially the kids. Diwali is that one day, when our country India is entirely lit up, and shines brighter than probably all the other countries. But apart from being a very bright festival, it is risky as well if you do not ensure safety measures because, fire is involved a lot in this festival. Continue reading How to Celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali in 2016