Saturday, 5 November 2011

Diwali With Lights

The word Deepavali stems from the Sanskrit words, Deepa meaning ‘Light’ and Avali meaning ‘Row’. It means a row of lights and illumination is undoubtedly its main attraction.
Deepavali, the festival of lights, even to this day, projects the rich and glorious past of our country and teaches us to uphold the true values of life.
 
 THE FLICKERING LIGHT OF A FLAME IS TRULY MAGICAL.
SCENTED POTPOURRI AND NATURALLY DRIED LEAVES ADD TO THE OCCASION.





   GO AHEAD AND CREATE AN INVITING DECOR FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO ADD TO THE FESTIVE SPIRIT
 


A WINDOW LEDGE TRANSFORMED WITH THE ONSET OF THE FESTIVE FERVOUR.THIS IS A WINDOW DRESSING FOR DIWALI




 


CREATE AND TRANSFORM THE SPACE AND LEAVE AN EPHEMERAL IMPRINT



THE RUSTIC AND ETHNIC LOOK OF THE LAMPS.
LOTUS BUDS ADD TO THE BEAUTY.










 SWAN LAMPS ALWAYS PART OF DIWALI CELEBRATION.



 




TRADITIONAL CLAY DIYAS ALWAYS BRING A UNIQUE NATURAL FLAVOR TO THE DIWALI CELEBRATIONS.

ORNAMENTAL IN DESIGN AND CLASSIC IN ITS APPEAL.




 CANDLES LIT CANDLES UNLIT CANDLES FOR FUNCTIONALITY CANDLES FOR DECOR THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL IN THEIR OWN WAY.SHELLS AND CANDLES GO HAND IN HAND







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