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Diwali is probably our favorite festival and it's right around the corner. We millennials with our over-paid jobs and busy lives are suddenly unable to get our homes ready for Diwali 2020. With the kind of excitement and joy, it brings, getting our homes ready for our family and friends could become a daunting task.

Everyone loves their home and wants to keep their home clean and hygienic. But with the current fast-paced lifestyle we lead, it seems impossible to keep our dreams home ‘dreamy’. Even with everything going on in our lives, we still try and maintain the homes as clean as possible. But when it comes to cleaning during festivals, it's a whole different ball-game. We firmly believe that Gods and Goddesses don't feel welcome in an unclean home and we consider cleanliness as a state of purity, clarity, and precision.

While the celebratory spirit and excitement of Diwali is unmatchable, but it is imperative to celebrate the festival in a responsible manner with minimal consequence to the enviroment, keeping in mind the rising pollution levels. Hometriangle share some simple yet effective tips to celebrate Diwali in an eco-fiendly way.

Diwali is just around the corner.The wedding season is on, the winter is coming and the lights and lamps are out. The best outfits are out and we glow in this celebration time the most. Like us, our homes do rejoice during this time.The crazy Diwali parties, family get-together, all of this and more. Our homes require a little extra too. Let’s losen up this pressure a bit and focus on what one cannot miss about this Diwali.

Diwali, after all comes once every year and it is justified to go a little out of the cocoon and celebrate the festival to make it memorable. This festival includes worshipping Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha, fitting colourful lights, bursting crackers, indulging in delicious high calorie sweets and other food items.

Diwali, Divali, or Deepavali is the most awaited festival for all of us. The kind of joy and excitement Diwali brings is unparalleled and people of all ages and backgrounds all around India find themselves waiting eagerly for the celebration of this 5-day festival every year.