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Tuesday, October 20

Happy Diwali!

Hello! How have you been?
I have been busy with Diwali festivities and a wedding in the family
Hope you all had an awesome Diwali
And celebrated the festival of lights
By lighting a diya or two

I will now catch up with you next week. Leaving you with some glimpses of the Diwali decor at home this year...

(all pics taken by me @ home)

[Blogger gave the option of posting extra large pics as I uploaded the pics, so trying that out. Let me know if it messes up the blog formatting/user interface for you...will get back to regular sized pics]


Patricia Torres said...

So lovely... such amazing pics!! Happy Diwali to you & your family!!

Simply love the madhubani in one of the pics... ;-)

Sunita said...

Happy Diwali, Bhavna. Your home looks truly festive for the season.

Srivats said...

Yes thanks to blogger now with extra large pictures we can see how beautiful they are :) Happy Diwali to you too. I loved the candle stand. I am so envious, you must be living in a home called heaven :)

Alexia said...

Happy Diwali to the Diva of Decor! ;D

AshKuku said...

Happy Diwali to you too. The fact that u were absconding all this while, proves how busy u must have been.

Nice clicks too... the Diya tree, looks good.

I personally welcome you to my blog, to celebrate Diwali with diyas & crackers....


Sharon Colaco D'Souza said...

Hope you had a fab Diwali Bhavna. Beautiful decor. What is that rug made of? Coir? Lovely weave of colors!

And the pics - they look just great in larger sizes! :)


Rosa Phoenix said...

gorgeous pictures! I just discovered your blog, it is delicious eye candy! Happy Diwali, thanks for sharing.

Lakshmi -Celebrations said...

Hope you had wonderful Diwali .Come over to celebrationsdecor to view our diwali at home.

Banu said...

Hi, belated diwali wishes! i loved the last picture. can u tell me where u bought that diya stand from?

i suggest that u shud revert to regular-sized pics; they dont gel well with ur blog :).

sylvesterandmama said...

beautiful pictures ;-) happy Diwali.

Yoli said...

Absolutely stunning!

Preethi Prabhu said...


Love the golden glow. Do check my blog, let me know how u like it.


Bhavna said...

Thanks Patricia! Hope you had a great Diwali too :). I picked up the madhubani from delhi haat..

Thanks Sunita! I use diwali time as an excuse to completely go overboard with bling ;-)

Ah, thanks Srivats! Yes, our home is very close to my heart :)

Bhavna said...

Thats quite a compliment Alexia! Thank you :D

Thanks for the invite Ash. I feasted my eyes on the diwali delicacies you have put up on your blog :)

Thanks Sharon! The rug is a kashmiri rug - made of satin/silk. It was just about the right size to cover my living room's center table - added the dash of color in diwali decor. :)

Bhavna said...

Hey, welcome Rosa! Keep dropping by :)

Lovely decorations Lakshmi! I loved the rangoli :)

Thanks Banu! I had that feeling about the pics too...hence asked the question :)
The diya wall hanging is of the bastar iron craft variety. I bought it from the Crafts Museum (in pragati maidan - delhi)

Bhavna said...

Thanks Sylvesterandmama!

Hi Yoli! How have you been? :)

Beautiful diyas Preethi! Looks like a lovely diwali evening :)

Perth Hotels said...

Happy Diwali, I love the candles they are cute and relaxing. Great photos.

Akhila Rakash said...

Nice post and lovely images!
I've been so awed with beautiful rangoli designs that I find online and I am truly hooked with them
to the point that I also wanted to collect some of them.
cheers! Happy Diwali!

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