Diwali has been my favorite festival ever since I can remember! The lights, lamps and diyas are something that makes every child go wide eyed with awe.
Every baby is special and unique in his/ her own way. We all love our little bundle of joy and find their actions and gestures adorable as well as cute.
Rangoli is an art form which is enjoyed by kids and adults alike. These brightly-colored patterns and designs are such a cheery way to welcome guests when they visit your home.
This Diwali, indulge in easy-to-do craft projects and get your kids to make useful, creative gifting items with a bit of sewing.
My first memories of Karva Chauth are of my mother waking up early in the morning to have sargi – and invariably I would wake up too.
In my house the most excitement about Diwali is not about the patakhas and the crackers (thankfully!) but more to do with decor and how to make your house look really grand and Diwali-fied.
Food items, beauty essentials, cosmetics, clothing and puja items constitute the must-haves of Karwa Chauth Pooja.