Diwali 2018 Light Decoration Ideas: Simple and Best Ways to Decorate Diya, Tealight Candles, Fairy Lights and Lanterns at Home This Deepavali!
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Diwali this year will be celebrated on November 7 in most parts of India. The festival of lights usually continues for five days, among which the third day is the primary day. During all these days, Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali, Badi Diwali, Govardhan Pooja and Bhai Dhooj, the cities are all brightened with beautiful lights and earthen lamps. Diwali 2018 is to celebrate the victory of good over evil and triumph of light over darkness. Apart from the festive food and traditional attires, Diwali is all about beautiful decoration. In the simple and unique ways, every households, temples and public place adorn with diyas, candles and lanterns to mark the festival of Deepavali. Laxmi Aarti Songs and Bhajans With Lyrics to Chant During Deepavali. 

Dressed in beautiful new clothes, people gather to commemorate this joyous occasion with much fanfare. It is one of the few Indian festivals that all people celebrate irrespective of their faith. And not everyone agrees on the particulars of what exactly is being celebrated. Individuals in different regions believe different things and celebrate it in a slightly different way. However, the moto stands the same— ‘victory of good over evil’ and ‘victory of light over darkness’. From cleaning the house to pack those gifts for your near ones, Diwali 2018 celebrations are magical. There is a lot to prepare. Since only a few days left for the festival of lights, here is a compilation of videos of simple and best ways to decorate Diya, tealight candles, fairy lights and lanterns at home this Deepavali. Diwali 2018 Decoration Ideas: Easy Diyas & Lanterns to Make and Brighten Up the Festival of Lights. 

Watch video of Diya decoration ideas for Diwali 2018

Earthen lamp, commonly known as Deepak or Diya is the main highlight to celebrate the festival of lights. In the above video, the vlogger shows how creative you can go for your home decoration idea for Diwali 2018. The steps are unique and simple, keeping up the traditional vibe constant. Diwali 2018 Last-Minute Gift Ideas: Haven't Gone Shopping Yet? Give These Easy Presents to Your Loved Ones This Deepavali. 

Watch video of decoration ideas with candles for Diwali 2018

Diwali would be incomplete without the beautiful candles. Every corner of the house is decorated with beautiful candles that make your decoration more classy. In the above video, the vlogger has shown beautiful and comfortable ideas to decorate your home with candles. The tools are completely handy and won’t take much time to embellish every corner.

Watch video of Diwali 2018 decoration ideas with lanterns

Lanterns are again another major part of your Diwali 2018 decorations. We understand that there is a lot in your to-do list already. And the above video will show you the last-minute decoration ideas with lanterns. All you need are some colourful papers and follow the quick steps set by the vloggers. Your lantern is ready! From Statement Furniture to Twinkling Lights, Make Your House Ready for a Deepavali Party. 

Watch video of decoration ideas with tealight candles for Diwali 2018

Tealight candles are the cutest of all your decoration materials. They are very simple and offers you to show off your creativity during Diwali 2018. You do not need many things to explore the tealight candle holders with trendy, traditional decorative items that you already have. In this video, the vlogger has shown the materials needed and step by step guide to give your tealight candles an authentic festive look.

Watch video of Diwali 2018 decoration ideas with fairy lights

Fairy lights have to be on Diwali 2018 decoration. Since you have a bundle of fairy lights from last year’s Diwali as well, you can play with your decorations a lot. Check the above video and see how to brighten up your home with beautiful string and fairy lights.

These are some out of many decoration ideas for Diwali 2018. We hope that the videos will be helpful to you. Since you have quick guidance in handy, do not shy away to show your creativity during the festival of lights. Happy Diwali!