What is the festival of lights without lights?
And who doesn’t love to decorate their space with lights whether it’s Diwali or not?
Diyas are the traditional method to do it during Diwali. But getting through with the long procedure of oiling, lighting, and cutting off the lights after the ceremony can be very tiresome.
Not just the procedure, the safety is also at the question as they are open flame and have more chances to catch up on fire. So let’s see some innovative and safe ways to light your homes this Diwali.
1) Bottle Cork Lights:
This is the easiest, eco-friendly, and cost-effective way to light up your house. All you need is just a few glass bottles, strip lights. Fill the bottles with an ample amount of strip lights and plug in to see your home surrounding with mystical effect.
To get you off from all this work of assembling you can always purchase them readily at a meager cost.
2) Colorful Serial Lights:
These are readily available in a nearby electronic shop or you can always avail them on the internet. All you need is to spread them across your house in your favorite or innovative way, plug it in and see your space transform.
Aren’t they a delight?
Lanterns have always been in existence ever since we know, lanterns can be customized everyone’s likings and preferences, they can glow and can be colorful at the same time.
The best thing is you can do them yourself, all you need is some color paper and different colored lights, lanterns can also be made out of many other materials such as glass, metal, and clay.
4) Hot air balloons:
Ever since the Disney movie Tangled, these are in the trend, all you need is some paper bag and a candle or a source of heat and light, you can shoot them into the air and make it a delight to all the eyes or keep it down along the decoration
5) Smart lights:
Not just for Diwali these can hang in your space at any time, apparently, you can set the whole wall with any solid colors you want, but it gets better, you can also set gradients.
The sensors of the light make it glow as you touch them, the most favorite thing about these lights is they can respond to sound and that means if you crank out music the lights will set the mood according to the music.
6) Electric Diyas:
The best thing is that they resemble the traditional diyas. This reduces the work of the actual ones and sets the house with the same ambiance as the conventional ones and battery-operated candles work just the same.
7) Laser Lights:
These are cheap and fit anywhere as they are very small in size and can cover up a large space as well with much glow and they are very cheap and cost-effective.
8) Solar Lantern Lights:
As we can sum it up these are very ecofriendly and have built-in light sensors which automatically keeps the light turned off during the day ad turn it on during the night
This Diwali, celebrate with a new way of lighting your house up. Team Insydfeed wishes you happy diwali.