Puja Thali Decoration
The most gratifying part of all Diwali celebration is singing the glory of deities who have given us a multitude of blessings, and countless joys to be thankful for.
When we sing the praise of the
Goddess, we are immersed in Her beauty and the effulgence that emanates from Her.
Traditional Puja Thali : The traditional puja thali may look rather common, but it is timeless, and is sure to last forever. It is pure, and available to all readily. For those looking to have a traditional Diwali Puja and use Traditional Puja Decorations, you can decorate the plate with the use of colourful little containers to place the rice, kumkum and coin. Before you have started to place the objects, you can decorate the plate with an ‘om’ or swastika symbol using gulaal. This thali does not require too much skill or time, and can be made by the children in the house quite easily. This is a good way to involve them and allow them to participate actively in the puja.
Festive Puja Thali : This is the festival of Diwali, and there is enough reason to incorporate its elements into the making of your Puja Thali. Place some miniature candles in the thali and stick them on once you are happy with the effect. The candles can be placed to form a decorative pattern. You can also use candles in contrasting colours for a better effect. This gives a gorgeous illuminated effect, and you will see a bright halo as you perform your prayers.
Elegant Puja Thali : To give your puja thali a touch of elegance, use some tissue cloth or brocade at the base of the thali, and then carefully place the objects on it. You can also stick some jari along the rim of the thali to make it look more rich.
Puja Thali With a Touch of Class
For those who are not constrained by a budget, take a silver plate as the base for your puja thali. Using some small silver containers, place the rice and kumkum. Semi precious stones and gems can be used to decorate the thali, and you can place a silver lamp at the centre. Apart from being an exquisite decoration, it also makes an ideal
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