Home Decor Ideas To Try in 2019

Decorating home is one of the most daunting tasks, for beginners. With no to known to colours, fabrics and themes to prefer as per the season, you might face an array of difficulties when it comes to prep-up your living room. Whereas for some decorating homes for festive is a great way to show their sense of style. Continue reading “Home Decor Ideas To Try in 2019”

This Diwali thinks beyond sweets and crackers, gift something handcrafted to loved ones.

May the festival of lights fulfil your wishes and bestow you with happiness and prosperity.

The most awaited festival of the year, Diwali is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of love and mirth. Diw Continue reading “This Diwali thinks beyond sweets and crackers, gift something handcrafted to loved ones.”

Role of handicrafts & handlooms in Indian Economy

India is a diverse land with a rich history and the world’s leading agriculture country. Every year, India exports tons of wide range of food, clothing materials to various parts of the world. Out of all exports goods, handicrafts are exported the most. Continue reading “Role of handicrafts & handlooms in Indian Economy”

5 Essential Things to include in your Puja Thali

“A beautiful decorated Pooja Thali adds vivacity to the whole Diwali celebration!”

In Hindu Dharma, Diwali is one of the most celebrated festivals. People decorate their homes & workspace with beautiful lights and Diyas, make colourful Rangoli – to please Goddess Lakshmi, cook delightful sweets, take blessings from elders and also create new clothing for God figurines in the Pooja room.   Continue reading “5 Essential Things to include in your Puja Thali”

Seven Gifts that are inauspicious in the eyes of Goddess Laxmi!

India is a diverse land of tradition and rituals. It is the only country by far which celebrates numerous festivals every year, giving us the primary reason to spread happiness. Every occasion represents two main things: Continue reading “Seven Gifts that are inauspicious in the eyes of Goddess Laxmi!”