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Stay Home Kinda Diwali and outfit of the day


When you celebrate festivity or any celebration with your friends and family, it always doubles up the joy. Alas, 2020 is not like any other year in which we share our happiness with others. 2020 brought so many unexpected changes to my life and my family. Many times, I almost felt that my life had taken a pause, but the beauty of human life is that it never stops; it just flows like a river.  We had no get-together or such celebration this Diwali; however, we celebrated with Zoom Diwali. I set up our dining table according to the Diwali theme with everything we had available. I cooked my favorite food for my family. Then we all dressed up for Diwali; it surely made us smile a bit more. We lit up Diyas(Earthen lamp), colorful candles. It was absolutely divine. I wore a pink Paithani saree, a simple hair bun, and some multi-stone jewelry. My saree is light pink, and the border is bright pink. I wore a dark pink tone lipstick just to match with the saree. Did you notice I had a red rose on my hair? I have dark kohl-rimmed eyes just to match the festive vibe. Hope you like my look.

Hopefully, Diwali will bring light and peace to this earth and everybody's life. We will celebrate again with our near and dear ones. 


  1. I hope you had a wonderful Diwali Celebration at home. We were fortunate to be in India from BC Canada during the Diwali Festival. It was amazing!

  2. You look so gorgeous... Happy Diwali dear❤️

  3. You look awesome! We also stayed home for Diwali....My favorite Holiday...Happy Diwali.

  4. What a beautiful outfit! I love the colors. It's perfect for Diwali.

  5. Happy Diwali! It's great that you're celebrating while being safe. Really respectable.

  6. You look so beautiful and Happy Diwali to you! The colors are beautiful too on you :)

  7. Happy Diwali to you and yours! You look beautiful! Wishing you a peaceful and prosperous year ahead.

  8. Happy Diwali, what a beautiful outfit. I love the colors and the red rose in your hair.


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