Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: Home Decoration Ideas for Ganpati Festival
Here are some ideas for you to decorate your home this Ganpati festival and make it even more special.
Ganesh Chaturthi marks the beginning of the ten-day celebration of Ganesh Utsav. The devotees of Lord Ganesha await this time eagerly. The excitement is really high. There are beautifully decorated Ganesha pandals ready at public places and the streets are filled with festivity. Ganesha idols are worshipped daily and the devotees celebrate by singing and dancing on Ganesha bhajans.
Decoration Ideas For Ganesh Chaturthi
Here are five ideas for you to decorate you home this Ganpati festival and make it even more special-
Flowers & Garlands
It goes without saying saying the decoration for any auspicious day feels incomplete without fresh flowers and sequenced garlands made from them. In a way, flowers symbolise life. They are of great significance for the Hindu culture as they are always included while worshiping the almighty. They add visual appeal to your house and not to forget the beautiful natural aroma that they have.
You can add a traditional touch to your Ganpati festival celebrations by making a beautiful rangoli in your home. You can easily find multiple design options online, and go creative with your rangoli patterns. You can make them using colours, flower petals, chalk powder, sparkles, grass, leaves and what not.
Bandhanwar or Toran
Bandhanwar is commonly used in Indian households as decoration during auspicious occasions. These are usually hung at the entrance of the house. Some believe that bandhanwars bring good luck for the house and the people living in it. You can make one at home or buy a readymade one from the market.
You can use all kinds of colourful lights to decorate your house for Ganesh Chaturthi. You can use patterns of fairy lights to decorate your temple or the place where you put the idol of Ganesha in your house. You can also hang them from your balcony/rooftop.
You can use colourful drapes to decorate your house this Ganpati festival. You can even use the red or yellow coloured dupattas or sarees to decorate your house without spending much.
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