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The excitement is real. Diwali is just a month away and we are sure most of you still haven't started shopping for the same even though you want to. So, here we are to make Diwali shopping easy for you. While fairy lights and diyas temporarily do the job, we are here to suggest a decor that will create the same effect long after the festivities have ended.
Let's start with the basic but the most important decor item. Scented candles and tea lights are the first few things that instantly light up the house and kick starts the festivities.
What do you guys think about metallic floating candles? A beautiful break from the basic white floating candles. Adds quite a bit of style in addition to the festive glow. If you are someone who likes staying close to the roots, then these floating candles are for you.
Available in two different sizes and colors, you can make your pick at The Maeva Store.
Can you imagine the mesmerizing glow once all the 13 wicks are lit? This luxurious candle is perfect for invigorating Diwali evenings. Also, this multi-wick candle makes for an astounding gift. Available in the fragrance of water lotus and white tuberose, this candle is for those who enjoy extravagance.
Don't forget to check out this Multi-wick candle available in different sizes as well
If you are looking for return gifts that carry the essence of Diwali, then our range of Nalini candles will not disappoint you. Our special Diwali edition candle with the soulful scent of the lotus housed in stunning, red jars add the right amount of warmth and glow.
Last but not least, the most unique candles from our collection- Ghee diyas. Ghee jacketed in this meticulous brass container will bring out a spectacular glow befitting the occasion. You can't see this and not buy it.
It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year. Yes! We are talking about Diwali. Don’t we already feel the love and sparkle in the air? This is that festival where the country is painted with million vibrant colors, lights, music, laughter and hold on, let’s not forget the smell of over-sized ladoos and ghujias!Diwali, called the festival of Lights, is one of the biggest religious celebrations. Celebrations might vary in various parts of the country, but the conventional decoration of Diwali remains the same everywhere. Be it drawing beautiful Rangoli at the house entrance, hanging Torans on the archways or lighting up the whole place with diyas and candles. The long-established Diwali décor remains the same even after decades.
Considering how much people love going all out with extravagance in decor, we also understand how amidst the daily hustle, it somehow gets difficult to achieve the desired festive look. So here we are telling you how to deck up your house very easily and stylishly! Get Set Go!
We at Maeva, have launched a festive collection “NALINI” to cover the important elements of Diwali making sure that you don’t have to struggle with the either the Diwali décor or Diwali gifts.Let’s start with Rangoli Mats.Drawing Rangoli is a timeless tradition. The whole idea of making Rangolis is to welcome Goddess Lakshmi and the guests. Rangolis are vibrant and colorful and that’s exactly how our Rangoli mats are. A beautiful mix of dried and silk flowers, bound to last longer and surely saves you a lot of time and the fear of it getting stamped by guests and disintegrated is also eliminated.If you still haven’t checked them out, do it right away at www.themaevastore.com.Next, let's hop on to the beautiful Torans and door-hangings.Our torans and door-hangings beautifully depict the traditional values along with being modern and stylish. The colors and designs are such which can be used to style your home even after Diwali.The most exciting product that we launched this Diwali season is the LED-lit dried floral bouquets. The concept is not only unique but also inspired by the festival of lights. We think it’s a great way to replace battery-operated Diyas with these Floral Bouquets.Check them out at www.themaevastore.comBe ready to get bedazzled by this particular product. A 12-wick candle, meant to create the warmest of welcomes. Place the candle on the stairways or as a center table décor, its glow will not disappoint. This huge candle hand-poured in metal containers is available in three colors and two delightfully amazing fragrances.You surely don’t want to miss out on this one, check them out right away.
We all know that Ghee has great importance in our festivities, be it making mouth-watering delicacies or be it for lighting Diyas, Ghee is the show-stopper. This inspired us to create large size Ghee Diyas, which will burn for longer hours. The interesting twist here is the surprise gift carefully placed within the wax. Yes! Our large size Ghee Diya contains silver coin of up to 20 grams which will pop out once the candle has burned for a good 7-8 hours. Truly a thoughtful Diwali gift, Don’t you think so?
Last but not least, and also the most exciting part of Diwali… Gifts! Ranging from E-gift card to opulent gift boxes, we have covered it all.Our gift boxes are inspired by the rich Indian traditions and contain an assortment of Maeva’s best hand-crafted products. Wrapped in delicate tissue, these gift boxes surely promises a luxury gifting experience.
From torans, rangoli mats and door to huge multi-wick candles, LED lit florals and vibrantly scented candles, The Maeva Store is a one-stop website to get you Diwali ready and also pick up the most amazing favors for your guests! Shop our collection "Nalini" at www.themaevastore.com
Diwali rituals and preparations take place over five days between mid-October and mid-November every year. Called the festival of lights, Deepavali translates to mean "a row of lights." and this occasion is marked by days of celebration, which literally lightens up homes across the country and dazzles all with its joy.
All of the origin stories of Diwali have a significance and a story to tell with a common theme of victory of good over evil. Some sources claim that Diwali began as an harvest festival while some believe it to be the celebration of the marriage of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, with Lord Vishnu. Even to this day lamps are lit to help the goddess Lakshmi find her way into people's homes and bless them.
The Jain belief marks Diwali as the day when Lord Mahavira attaining moksha while legend owes Diwali to celebrate the return of Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman from his fourteen-year-long exile and vanquishing the demon-king Ravana.
In each of the stories, the loyal subjects of the Kingdoms illuminate homes with lights and firecrackers fill the skies as an expression of respect to the heavens for the attainment of health, wealth, knowledge, peace, and prosperity.
From darkness unto light—the light that empowers us to commit ourselves to good deeds, that which brings us closer to divinity. Lights of Diwali also manifest a time of inner illumination where lights force ill-thoughts and ignorance out and encourages one to seek the truth of life.
This Diwali, illuminate every corner of your homes and fill the scent of soothing water lotus in the air with 'Nalini', our range of candles created for the festival of lights. With its golden flicker, beautiful jars, cloches, votives and an ethereal lotus fragrance, these candles can light up your homes for hours and makes for a great gift! This beautiful festive season, share your joy, togetherness and hope with Maeva.