Lifestyle: Decorate your temple in this way during Diwali, Mata Lakshmi will definitely visit!


If there is cleanliness in the house, there is the good decoration of the temple, and if worship is recited from the heart, then Goddess Lakshmi definitely visits the house and showers wealth.

Diwali is a festival in our country that everyone loves, from children to young and old. On this day, where the children get a chance to drop firecrackers, the elders greet Diwali by sharing gifts. Although the preparations for Diwali begin many days in advance, its final touch is seen on the day of Diwali. On this day, women play a very important role in decorating and beautifying the house. On this day, women wear clean and beautiful clothes, make rangoli in the courtyard of their house, light a lamp of ghee and decorate the house with other decorative items.

There is such a belief in our country that on this day Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha give their darshan in every house. If there is cleanliness in the house, there is a good decoration of the temple and worship is done, then Goddess Lakshmi surely gives darshan and rains wealth in the house. Therefore, we worship Goddess Lakshmi with full rules and invite her. The temple decorated in the house not only invites the Gods but also enhances the beauty of the house. So today in this article we are telling you some easy and simple tips to decorate the temple of the house.

Shine with light

The festival of Diwali signifies the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. Therefore, light your temple on this day. For this, you can also use LED light and can also light a lamp. Be sure to light a lamp with ghee around the temple as well as take care of safety. It is said that Mata Lakshmi loves the smell of ghee.

Decorate with a Churnari

If your temple is small, then you can decorate the back of the temple with red and yellow cloth. Yellow and red colours are very auspicious, so decorate your temple with these clothes. For this, you can also use chunari and decorate the temple by bringing fancy cloth from the market.

Rangoli in front of the temple

Making Rangoli in front of the temple is also considered very auspicious. If there is space in front of your temple then you must make a small rangoli. Add as many colours as you can. Apart from this, you can also make Rangoli in your courtyard.

Lotus flower

You can also decorate your temple with lotus flowers on Diwali. It will not only look beautiful but also attracts lotus flowers to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha.