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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.


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.


Dussehra, Dasara, or Vijayadashami is celebrated at the end of Navaratri. It is one of the grandest festivals in India and is celebrated elaborately. India celebrates Dussehra for different reasons in the different parts of our beautiful country. India with its cultural diversity has a ton of different traditions related to the festival.


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.


We Indians have been celebrating Holi for centuries. Holi symbolizes the victory of good over evil, which is why holi is celebrated during the passing of winter. The word Holi is derived from the word ‘Hola’ which means offering prayers to the almighty and thanking him for the Harvest of the year. It basically teaches us that good will always triumph over Evil.


Onam decorations are part of the festivities for this beautiful festival. Hometriangle gives you great tips to decorate your home colourful, bright and vibrant and special as the festival itself.


India is well known all over the world as a country of cultural and traditional festivals as it has many cultures and religions. One can enjoy the festival celebration in India every month. As it is a secular country full of diversity in the religions, languages, cultures and castes, it is always crowded with the people involved in the fairs and festivals celebration.


2020 has been quite the year. It definitely has been a challenging year for all of us and now we are almost over it and still, the threat of COVID-19 has not subsided enough for us to celebrate a “normal” Christmas. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t celebrate Christmas.