Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Marigold Yellows and Vermillion Cushions...for Deepavali

The festivities,excitement and fun that awaited at all corners at our home this Deepavali. Marigold yellows for walls,the  vermillion cushions stitched at home,some lotuses, the  Tanjore paintings and the new tea light holders.As my little one is a year old,and running all around ,we had to compromise on the South Indian Oil lamps which usually gets lit on Deepavali.I am sure all of you had a great time..

marigold yellows and vermillion cushions
beautifully framed 

we framed a five rupees poster rangoli and kept it on the centre table along with flowers,some sparklers in a brass Nazhi

rangoli  posters used as placemats...what an idea:)-

 holy symbols on  pebbles(an inspired idea from Geninne)

magical light

then it was flowerpot time...these also got arranged on the centre table

Hope you all enjoyed glimpses of our Deepavali..May this year bring all the prosperity and life's blessings for all my dear and near friends.

Images and Ideas Lakshmi Arvind,Please do not use without permission


  1. Beautiful as always Laksh! Just utterly beautiful! You are an amazing photographer. I want those laddoos.....

  2. Lakshmi, these are so beautiful ! your house must have a festive feel all time of the year..

  3. Your ideas are so unique and 'hat ke' kind of...amazing. Every image is beautifully shot..treat for eyes. Is there any option to like your post and images again and again :)

  4. Beautiful images...u play up with lotus and frangipanis so beautifully.And those sparkles(phooljhadis) look so stunning in that brass pot. will surely keep my leftover sparkles from this diwali into a brass pot...awesome idea.


  5. gorgeousness redefined truly lakshmi... So adoring snaps and yet so adorable. :)


  6. thanks so much for this post - those pics were awesome Lakshmi!

  7. Agree with everything that everybody above as said! great compositions! amazing eye for detail!
    Aalayam is following you now!



  8. amazing shots to indulge...all are truly beautiful...

  9. Love your clicks and concepts Lakshmi! Truly evocative. Just became a follower!

  10. the first pic is ...wowww and so are the others too

  11. Have been quite a regular reader of the blog Lakshmi and really love your photographs and beautiful corners from the home. Loved the lotus votive and the innovative idea of framing the Rangoli poster.


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