Diwali is one of the biggest cultural touchstones in the Indian culture. As a festival itself, it is the most famous and widely celebrated festival in the entire country. It is not really exclusive to any region or sect and is enjoyed by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists and even Muslims. It’s the one festival that puts an onus on the display of celebration. With people decorating their homes in lavish lighting and a mass display of fireworks all across the country.
It is also a great incentive to switch to LED’s for all your decorative purposes. Since, they’re so cost effective and provide more lighting options as well as do not produce any carbon emissions, they ensure you have the cleanest and most responsible Diwali.
No matter what sort of home you own, you can mix and match various LED’s that complement the colour scheme of your house. Here’s an example of yellow and blue lighting looking beautiful laid out all over the exterior walls of a house painted yellow. You can come up with lighting that suits your house and try and mix and match colour schemes since LED’s give you a lot of options.
Rooftop fireworks are also a common tradition in Diwali. People who live in apartment buildings and complexes can ensure that they can light up their favorite fireworks among a beautiful ambiance.
There are a lot of options for lighting up the streets as well. Nothing signifies a festive occasion than an atmosphere that display’s its most cherished characteristics. Here’s an example of a street decorated with a rich colour palette during Diwali celebrations in Jaipur.
LED’s can also help light up important Diwali rituals like the Durga Pooja etc.
As mentioned before, Diwali needs lighting requirements of all colors and varieties and LED’s can more than compensate by providing multiple options for every scenario. Festivals like Diwali involve a lot of energy expenditure and release of CO2 in the atmosphere. LED’s can help you significantly cut down on those and enjoy a cleaner, safer, more responsible Diwali.