Namaste! Have you started decking up your home? Are you busy with your mitai and farsan preparations? If not, this new series on our blog is sure to get you going, and put you in the festive mood! I am pleased to kick off the “How do you celebrate Diwali?” […]
Tag: Diwali Dhamaka
Here is the final round up of the Diwali Dhamaka…I enjoyed visiting all your blogs and found enough inspiration and ideas to try out next year…Thanks for all the exciting entries. Let’s end the year with another exciting carnival!
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
Happy Diwali to all the readers…so, how did your first day go? I wanted to come up with something nicer but ended up with this rangoli. The deep-frying process started a day before and continued all the way up till yesterday evening…. A couple of family friends dropped by, lunch […]
Lentils, flowers and candles The festive time is around the corner and we didn’t even have to think a theme for November. With Diwali around the corner, we decided on the festive theme – Diwali Dhamaka….The lights, crackers, sweets, décor, shopping, gifts…ooh, so exciting! Bell peppers with T-light candles So, […]