Just in time for some Ganesha Chaturthi Inspiration !!!!!
Ganesha Chaturthi (birthday of the elephant-headed deity), one of the most anticipated festivals at my place, will soon be upon us. The spirit of this occasion is infectious. I'm thousands of miles away from the heart of the celebration, but the festivities have already begun here in Virginia - my home. I've always had a soft corner for this zoomorphic deity Ganesha. Maybe his iconic status as the remover of obstacles and widely revered as a patron of education and learning had something to…
Custom Furniture and Modern Home Decor
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Plethora of fantastic treasures
Blogging has been my utter good fortune for meeting wonderful people who share related interest and passion as me. Today’s post is about crossing the path with one such personality down the road of blogging via Instagram. We share the same passion of collection, so join me as I take you on a story of joy and pleasure with bounty of brass as we explore a wondrous and full of pride brass collection of Shalu Prasad. Shalu’s home is a mecca of drop dead gorgeous brass pieces. Inspired vision…
Pinky on Instagram: “And we are so ready to bid adieu to our bappa today after a wonderful celebration at our end.…”
597 Likes, 18 Comments - Pinky (@pinkzpassion) on Instagram: “And we are so ready to bid adieu to our bappa today after a wonderful celebration at our end.…”
Traditional Indian Homes - Home Decor Designs
Traditional Indian homes are typically decorated in rich colors, and intricate patterns. You will also find exotic textiles, and embroidered tapestry around the home. My favorite is a wooden swing which magically hangs in the living room.
This beautiful prabhavali frame is made with gold foil print of ammavaru. The frame is adorned with oure raw silk and kanchipuram silk trim. Thr traditional colors added on the frame become a lovely addition to your ethnic home decor. Size 11 by 14
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Brass Prabhavali Framed On Emerald Green Raw Silk With Lord Krishna. Frame - Height 45 cm x Width 35 cm
Exquisite brass temple frame or Prabhavali inspired by the temples of South India, handcrafted with delicately engraved peacocks, temple pillars and Indian motifs. The Prabhavali with the idol of Lord Krishna standing 15 cm tall and crafted by skilled artisans from South of India is mounted on emerald green raw silk and finally framed inside a synthetic antique finish gold frame. Measures: Size of the brass Prabhavali: Height 23 cm and Wide 20 cm Size of the frame with prabhavali and…
With the celebratory occasion...‘Ganeshas’ are having a moment right now. And just like every year, we too have invited eco-friendly “Bappa” in our home. No corner of our home is untouched with the celebration. Especially our pooja room, which is brimming with his love and presence. The sound of soothing 'Bhajans' and the rising of chanting 'prayers' has left a purifying effect in our temple room which I look forward to enjoy every year. Festive look this year has been created with the burst…
Temple jwellery frame
This is a beautiful rustic frame decoupaged with pure dupion silk and temple jwellery. This lovely wall hanging adds an authentic ethnic touch to your home.
After an eventful month of November, it’s the season to be jolly, folks. Diwali décor posts were total hit and once again, thank you for such a wonderful response. So as the Avilasha’s charming home tour, being the very first on the blog, is also well served. Moving around things can make the same place feel so fresh. As the streets are getting overloaded with tinsel and blinking lights, I am also giddy with joy along with brewing mind busy making a list of my thoughts for the season. Hoping…