Flowers are an important part of the life. People use flowers on every occasion, even in a case of Diwali which is one of the biggest festivals of Hindus where people use flowers for decoration. Diwali the ‘festival of lights’ is celebrated with great enthusiasm and happiness across the globe. People celebrate Diwali for five days with great pomp and show.

On this auspicious occasion, people decorate their homes with different varieties of fresh cut flowers and beautifully designed candles. People also prefer Diwali gift hampers, sweet boxes and flower delivery in Gurgaon

They lighten their homes with bright, colourful floral ideas or lamps. They also craft beautiful Rangoli on the floor with flowers such as red flowers, yellow flowers, white flowers and green mango leaves. The intricate design on the floor looks awesome and spread light aroma- all add charm to your home, rangoli and entire Diwali Celebrations. Crafting impressive Rangoli on the main door of your home brings peace, happiness and joy in the family. People lit fireworks and do Laxmi Puja in the evening and seek divine blessings for wealth. This festival symbolises the triumph of good over evil.

The common flowers used for Diwali decoration are Marigold, rose, mango leaves and bel leaves. The fresh cut flowers also spread a sweet fragrance in the environment of your home and make the surroundings pure and cherish. Flowers are great embellishments. Keep a vase of aroma flower at the living room table. Make bunches of marigold flowers and hung it on doorway and walls; mango leaves and marigold flowers are also used as Diwali Torans. Flowers are beautifully employed in balconies, walls, patio or terrace. The thali of Diwali Puja is also decorated with fresh cut flowers, so also the floating candles in a tub of water with rose petals. Therefore it is rightly said, that without flowers Diwali celebrations are incomplete. 

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  • Posted By : Admin
  • Oct 13, 2016
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