5 Usages of Diwali Lights

Diwali lights also known as fairy lights are highly popular in India, especially during the festive season. Every home is adorned with these beautiful string lights notably on the festival of lights; Diwali; thus attaining its name. Diwali lights come in various colours, length and even shapes, making them multi-faceted in terms of looks and usage. Considering that every Indian home is forced to buy a large quantity of these lights every year on diwali, here is a list of ways you can use these pretty string lights all year round.

  • Room décor – The first and foremost and undeniably the best use of diwali lights is putting them in your bedroom or living room. Fairy lights have the potential to completely revamp the mood and appeal of a room, making it more dreamy and romantic. Wrap them on curtain rods or hang them from the walls for an amazing room décor piece.
  • Lamp – You can diy it into a lamp, by putting it inside a useless glass jar in a bundle. A yellow fairy light gives off a soft warm glow.
  • Gifts – You can even make a wonderful gift out of string lights that come in various shapes such as stars, moon, flowers, and bells, more widely available on online websites. Search for beautifully shaped diwali lights online for a great diwali gift.
  • Celebrations – Another great way to use diwali lights is to save them for special occasions and celebrations. Events like birthdays, anniversaries and get togethers at home can become even more special with old pictures hanging from wonderfully lit diwali lights all around the room.

Photo-shoots – Surprisingly, diwali lights make great props for photo-shoots and you should definitely save some string lights for some amazing pictures.

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