The ‘Festival of Lights’ represents hope.
Hope for a house full of love and warmth.
Hope, that however tumultuous today feels, tomorrow is another day when we can try again.
Hope that does not falter.
Hope that reoccurs every year to show us that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Hope that after all, the good victories over the bad or light casts itself over darkness.
Hope that the upcoming winter months won’t be bitter but instead a warm embrace promising new beginnings.
Diwali is more than a festival; it is a call to celebrate how far we’ve come this year and how we’ve picked ourselves up when we are tested.
Diwali represents the light within us- our unbending grit, faith in ourselves, and a call for togetherness.
Whether you are celebrating alone or with loved ones, not only light a diya but also do something that ignites your inner light.
Happy Diwali! May you have a prosperous year filled with love, light and laughter.
The rangolis I made this year!
I don't usually make powdered rangoli but decided to challenge myself this year! Turns out, I really enjoyed it!
Made this rangoli with fresh genda phool or marigold flowers. I've always enjoyed making such rangolis. There's something so simple yet serene about flowers that can completely transform your house!