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5 Sparkling Diwali Festive Ideas

Wishing The Key Bunch readers a dhamakedar Diwali! Diwali is an exciting time in India, and the preparations begin way ahead of the festive season. It’s also a good bonding time for families to get together and plan the shopping lists, gift ideas, menu and Diwali décor. We have curated […]


Satrupa Shares her Diwali Moments

It’s been exactly a week since The Keybunch went MIA. Blame it on the gloomy weather and the wedding season. Diwali may be over but the flickering diyas linger on…through the Diwali moments shared by our readers. The festive spirit of the Diwali moments makes you want them to last […]


Sharing My Diwali Moments….

So, finally Diwali is over but the hangover remains. The left over sweets, oil in kadhai after the non-stop deep frying, the burnt cracker marks in the yard and one or two crackers that seem to pop up from nowhere  never lets you forget the bright weekend that was. […]


Sameera and Ashish Share Their Diwali Moments

Peacock feathers, Flowers, Lanterns…Perfect table setting, isn’t it? The Diwali Dhamaka is bang on! Sameera and Ashish based in Houston Texas share their Diwali moments with us. The entire house was lit up lights, lamps and diyas. The rangolis, flowers and sweets add divinity to the festive charm. Hmm, I’ll […]


Diwali Preparations

Hello! Are your Diwali preparations on? So, what did you shop for and what’s on the menu? For me, the weekend was hectic with last minute cleaning and shopping. In spite of rains trying to dampen the festive spirits, I went out shopping for some Diyas and candles inspired by […]


The Keybunch Diwali Picks 2009: Part 1

It is that time of year again – lights, glitter and bling….recession or boom, India goes on a spending spree…So here’s what we think you should buy for your home. Lac work T lite holders Starting Rs 222, Diyas Starting Rs 42, Hand made ready to use Rangoli Rs 922 […]


Chandana’s beautiful Indian home in NC, USA

An Indian home outside India is always a joy to behold. I often wonder where decor is sourced, and how the aesthetics are achieved. We have many homes belonging to the Indian diaspora featured on this blog. Today’s home is one such, and we decided to ask the home owner Chandana what we always wanted to know!