Sameera and Ashish Share Their Diwali Moments

Sameera and Ashish from Houston Texas 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 stop here and let the pictures do the talking. Thanks for sharing your special moments with us, Sameera.

Sameera and Ashish from Houston Texas share their Diwali moments
Brass lamps and flowers all set the glow

Sameera and Ashish from Houston Texas share their Diwali moments
Rose petals on steps, can’t be a better way
to appease Gods 🙂

Sameera and Ashish from Houston Texas share their Diwali moments
Bright and colorful rangoli with floating flowers

Sameera and Ashish from Houston Texas share their Diwali moments
Doesn’t that image exude warmth and cheer?

Sameera and Ashish from Houston Texas share their Diwali moments

Sameera and Ashish have a lovely home and you’ll soon see their house tour as well. Watch out.

Have you shared your Diwali Moments yet? All you have to do is send in the pics to our mail-id if you are a non-blogger or link in to Diwali Dhamaka Carnival if you are a blogger.

 

 

7 Comments

  1. Oh my!! this is lovely.. yes.. Sameera and Ashish have a gorgeous home.. I'm still holding on to pics of her outdoors .. and will post soon *wink* I hope!!

    I love all the preperations.. so much of love.. and warmth.. Just awesome.. Wish I was a friend or guest… 🙂

     
  2. Wow gorgeous pictures…

     
  3. Lovely rangoli. Gorgeous outdoors.

     
  4. Neha Animesh

    Very nicely done…I loved the outdoor lighting, especially the lanterns lined at the sidewalk.

    Looking forward to the home tour!

     
  5. lovely tea light holders and super cool set up for diwali…can make out from the pics they def had a lot of fun doing the house up

     
  6. Hi,
    I am a regular reader, but delurking for the first time. I love your blog & keep checking everyday for updates 🙂
    Sameera & Ashish's Diwali decor is georgeous! Can't wait for the home tour! A question for Sameera. Do the tealights lanterns made of brown bags have additional support? I always wanted to do that but was not sure if it is safe.

     
  7. Akhila, The bags, called luminaria, are used in our part of the world mostly in Hispanic Catholic culture. The bags have intricate cutouts that reminded me of the clay lanterns I have seen in India. I fill the bags with a little sand to cover just the bottom then stick in a tea light. Those nifty LED tea lights that flicker like real candles do the trick too, without the risk of burning anything.

    Thanks everone for your kind comments.

     

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