The festival of Diwali is all about lights, decorations, crackers, sweets, gifts … but the most important thing that happens during Diwali is the Lakshmi – Ganesh Puja.
The Diwali Pujan remains the foremost activity on this day around which all other festivities and celebrations revolve.
A Puja thali forms the integral part of the puja and hence many people decorate Puja thali to add religiosity and intensity to the activities related to the ceremony. Find here some Diwali Puja Thali Decoration Ideas
A Puja Thali is a metal plate, usually made up of copper, brass, steel, silver and sometimes even gold, in which are kept all those accessories (puja samagri) that are required to perform the puja of Gods and Goddesses.
Diwali Puja Thali Decoration Ideas :
To start the puja thali decoration, first of all, a thali made up of any metal and of any shape or size is taken. It is then covered using multi-coloured packing paper sheet or vibrant cloth and then symbols – like ‘Om’, ‘Swastika’ and ‘Shree’ are drawn on the thali by using a roli paste.
Some of the items generally used to decorate the Diwali Puja Thali inlcude rice grains, vermilion, flowers, diyas, dry fruits and incense sticks.
Find below some Diwali Puja Thali Decoration Ideas Photos which will help you to decorate your Diwali Puja Thali during this Diwali…
Some of the common ways to decorate Diwali Puja Thali include -
Decorating Diwali Aarti Thali with Bindi Decoratation.
Decorating Diwali Poola Thali with Bandhani Cloth
Decorating Diwali Poola Thali with Colorful Diya’s
Decorating Diwali Poola Thali with Fresh Flowers.
Decorating Diwali Poola Thali with Mirrors
Decorating Diwali Poola Thali Laces
Decorating Diwali Poola Thali with
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Wishing Happy Diwali 2013 to all readers !!!