Diwali, is a grand Hindu festival celebrated in India and abroad by lighting candles, lamps, diyas and burning fireworks. It marks the return of Lord Rama from 14-year exile to the kingdom of Ayodhya after destroying the demonic king, Ravana. The people of Ayodhya, rejoiced and celebrated the return of Rama by lighting lamps.
Are you are a newlywed couple and approaching your first Diwali after marriage? While being excited you must also be wondering about making it special and memorable. A huge to-do list must be created that may include things like cleaning, organizing, decorating the home, buying sweets.
Saral Marriage recommends the followings ways to make your first Diwali special and enhance positivity in your home environment for Laxmi Pujan:-
Create a Positive Ambience
o Declutter and Clean: The first step towards creating a positive atmosphere in your home is to make it clutter free. Dispose of all old and junk articles like broken furniture, newspapers, magazines, shoes, clothes and the like. Keep your home clean and tidy. Don’t forget to remove footwear outside before entering your home. They carry dust particles, mud and germs that cause negativity in the home atmosphere.
o Decorate: Decorate your home with beautiful & pleasantly fragrant flowers and other decorative items. Light lamps and diyas around significant places like the main door and across windows.
o Make Rangolis: You can add more colours to your Diwali celebrations by decorating significant zones of your home, like the main entrance with beautiful Rangolis. They are symbolic of happiness and joy in life.
Enhance Positivity of Laxmi Pujan
Ringing of prayer bell across all the corners of your house is an effective way to ward off negativity. As per Saral Marriage, sound waves and resonance generate positive energy. You can even offer flowers, as their pleasant fragrance positively charges the atmosphere. Lighting of candles or diyas, burning incense sticks can further add to the positivity.
Purchase Gifts for In-Laws
The kith and kin of your partner are the new additions to your family. So, buying some gifts for your in-laws can make this first Diwali after marriage more special and memorable. Buy gifts that are unique and as per the tastes and preferences of your in-laws. Seek help of each other to make the right choices.
Host a Diwali Party
If one of you is a good at cooking, then it’s the best opportunity to cook something special for your in-laws and relatives. Its time when you have visitors from both of your families. Preparing something special can help to win their hearts and earn their praises and appreciation. Hosting a Diwali party for your in-laws, friends and relatives could make Diwali celebrations very special for both of you.
In this way you can make your first Diwali after marriage very special and memorable. By following the above ways suggested by Saral Marriage you can also enhance the positivity and purity of your home environment for Diwali Laxmi Pujan. This will in turn help to enhance the smooth flow of cosmic energy across your home. You will then be able to set a stage for attracting lifelong happiness, wealth, prosperity, wellbeing and harmony in your married life.
Adopt Saral Marriage on Diwali 2018 and set a stage for a happy, prosperous and harmonious married life! Happy Diwali!
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