Let's make difference this Diwali- Learn Eco-friendly Rangolis
Festivities are in the air as Diwali is fast-approaching! The first thing that comes to mind is beautiful Rangoli
It is the perfect opportunity to start adopting to a sustainable lifestyle! From non sustainable (darkness) to a sustainable way (light)
What you need is
1) any discarded box.
2) Post it of any color (Prefer florescent colors )
3) Paper cutter
4) A bangle
5) A scale
6) Color and brush of your choice
7) Glue/paper adhesive
8) Glitter tubes if you wish to make it glittery (optional)
You can explore a lot of options in this workshop to make your Diwali more colorful.
Diwali is the five-day Festival of Lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world.
Diwali, which for some also coincides with harvest and new year celebrations, is a festival of new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness.
The word Diwali comes from the Sanskrit word deepavali, meaning "rows of lighted lamps".
Houses, shops and public places are decorated with small oil lamps called diyas. People also enjoy fireworks and sweets too, so it's really popular with children.
Many lights and oil lamps are lit on the streets and in houses
People visit their relatives and have feasts
Fireworks and festivities are an essential part of the occasion
Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth is worshiped
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