This Is How We Celebrated Diwali At Inorbit!

After so many festive celebrations, everyone is back to their regular lives. And we all know that we are missing those celebrations, family gatherings, lights, décor and so many other things. Likewise, even we at Inorbit are missing those happy smiles who participated in the Diwali celebration. So we decided to reminisce the festive fun.

This year, Inorbit celebrated Diwali in a grand way. With lot of amazing activities, workshops, events and beautiful décor, we are sure everyone loved it. So here is a throwback to all those beautiful memories.

Inorbit Cyberabad

From workshops like Rangoli and Diya making to gorgeous décor & amazing contest, everything was looking like it was straight out of a fairy tale. We can proudly say that Inorbit was gleaming during Diwali and to top it all, the grand contest winner won a Toyota Car! Have a look.

Inorbit Whitefield

This Diwali, there were a lot of surprises, cool events, a shopping festival and amazing workshops like Origami, and Diya making for everyone. Also, they had a makeover and nail art zone for all the beautiful ladies! Have a look.

Inorbit Vadodara

Magical is an understatement for this beautiful piece of décor. Trust us, even this picture is not doing complete justice to how beautiful it looked.

Inorbit Malad

Here the preparations of Diwali started with Karwa Chauth which was celebrated in a grand way. There were pampering sessions like nail-art, mehendi etc. for all the gorgeous ladies to look beautiful on the eve of Karwa Chauth. Here is a glimpse of it.

Inorbit Vashi

See how magical the entire mall looked during Diwali! With exciting workshops for everyone, there was a joyous atmosphere. See the happy smiles and bright lights below.

Hope you all had a wonderful Diwali! We have a lot of amazing contests & events coming up, so stay tuned!

This Festive Season Get Creative With Rangoli!

Diwali is here and it’s time to add more colors to your home! That being said, we all know that we have a lot of things to do for Diwali preparations like cleaning the house, going for shopping, preparing sweets & snacks and many more things. But the most amazing part is decorating the house with vibrant colorful lights, diyas and making rangolis at your home entrance!

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We have listed down different types of rangolis because we know you are busy with a lot of preparations. So this Diwali, try them out and make your home look beautiful!

Free-Hand Rangoli

This is the most known type of rangoli. One can create any free-hand design using different colors. For a beginner, we would recommend that you should draw design using a chalk and then fill it with colors, as it requires a steady hand. It might take a little more time to create it, but you will surely love the end result.

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Stencil Rangoli

This rangoli is in demand since a few years. They are available in different patterns or designs across local markets. All you have to do is, place this stencil where you want to do the rangoli and put color on it.

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Alpana Rangoli

This Diwali, try this unique style which is a traditional Bengali rangoli. This is usually in white color, people use paint or white colored sand to do this. To make it attractive, you can use a colored background and draw this rangoli on it.

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Flower Rangoli

If you are someone who loves flowers, then you should make a flower rangoli this year. Use flowers with vibrant colors which will give your home a bright and striking feel this Diwali.

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Floating Rangoli

This rangoli is in trend now. It has flowers, candles and diyas floating in the water in a big bowl. If you are looking for something different this Diwali, then this one is for you. Just take a big bowl, add water to it and then place flowers and candles in it. You can also use a copper vessel to add an ethnic touch to your home.

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Try these beautiful rangolis this Diwali and make your home look beautiful! Do upload pictures of it tagging us. We would love to see them!