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peacock  diya by using clay and acrylic color

This Peacock Diya for Diwali is beautiful! Make a handmade diya like this one and enter it in our International Arts and Crafts category -- (Section Class

Toran: a handcrafted decorative door hanging, used to adorn the main entrance door - a sign of prosperity. Torans’ have traditionally adorned Indian homes to welcome guests with good wishes and blessings as they enter a household.

Toran: a handcrafted decorative door hanging, used to adorn the main entrance door - a sign of prosperity. Torans’ have traditionally adorned Indian homes to welcome guests with good wishes and blessings as they enter a household.

Varalakshmi pooja 2015

Discover pooja room decoration ideas for Varalakshmi pooja. Use some of our interesting decor ideas to beautify your pooja room during Varalakshmi Vrata.

paper torans!!!!! better than those flower chains that dry up in just two days

Diwali isn’t so much about the splurging and the crackers as much as it is about beautiful lighting and family bonding. It is an opportunity for the family to work as a team to produce delicious homemade sweets and humble decorations.

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5 DIY d�cor ideas to brighten up your Diwali celebrations | The Royale

5 DIY décor ideas to brighten up your Diwali celebrations

Diwali isn’t so much about the splurging and the crackers as much as it is about beautiful lighting and family bonding. It is an opportunity for the family to work as a team to produce delicious homemade sweets and humble decorations.

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The legend says that a local demon Kaumasura was living on the site and kept the population of surrounding areas in terror. It was predicted that the demon will be killed by a woman, and, indeed, it was killed by Parvati Devi, after which people started to bring offerings to her to the site. In the particular context of the fight with the demon, Parvati Devi is known as Mookambika Devi. The establishment of the temple is attributed to Parameshwara, who has drawn a chakra with his toe

The legend says that a local demon Kaumasura was living on the site and kept the population of surrounding areas in terror. It was predicted that the demon will be killed by a woman, and, indeed, it was killed by Parvati Devi, after which people started to bring offerings to her to the site. In the particular context of the fight with the demon, Parvati Devi is known as Mookambika Devi. The establishment of the temple is attributed to Parameshwara, who has drawn a chakra with his toe

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The Craft Therapy: Janmashtami Decoration

Krishna Janmashtami is one festival that sees a lot of participation from little kids! Increase their fun with these fun Janmashtami Activities and Crafts.

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