DIWALI & RANGOLI
While Diwali is popularly known as the "festival of lights", the most significant spiritual meaning behind it is "the awareness of the inner light". Central to…
Go eco-friendly this Diwali! Plant a tree instead of burning crackers. Use natural diyas made of clay, love drawing rangolis? Use natural and eco-friendly colours! We all love lanterns to decorate our houses.. Instead of paper, use cloth lanterns - Pretty and longer lasting! Do you have an eco-friendly tip for all of us?
DIWALI VASTU - Although people follow the traditional way of celebrating Diwali, they can reap much more, if they just adapt the principles of Vastu to the traditional way. Vaastu, the science of placement, can be put to good use in your home and workplace on Diwali day, not only to bring positivity inside, but also to receive the blessings of the reigning deities of this festival.
Pure kansa or bronze thaal set are ideal for Diwali because - Kansa attracts "sukh” happiness, “samruddhi" prosperity, “shuddhi” purification and “shanti” peace into your life. Pure kansa is made by smelting copper tin and thus according to Ayurveda balances all three doshas. It does not tarnish like copper or brass. When struck the bell resonates for very long, inducing a deep meditative state of mind.