After 14 years away in Vanvaas, Rama returned to his kingdom of Ayodhya. Everyone in town decorated their homes with Diyas and other symbols of festivity in honour of his arrival. The joyful mood resulted from the simple lesson, "good triumphed against evil." In the years following, the custom became commonly recognised.
Times changed, generations passed, and so did the thought processes of humans over time. But one thing that remains is the collective sense of hope in everyone’s hearts. No matter how many ages ago it was, our optimism, and belief in goodness has prevailed. Every year on the festival of lights, Diwali, we light a Diya and offer prayers of thanks to the gods for all of the blessings in our lives. The festival is very significant to us, both culturally and socially. It's the time of year when grownups get together with their families to celebrate the holidays. When kids eagerly wait for their cousins to bring them sweets any time the doorbell rings. And the soulful moment of the Lakshmi Puja, when the entire family gathers on the same day to honour and thank the goddess Lakshmi for all she has given and all she will offer in the future.
There is a strong belief that on this day, goddess Lakshmi travels from one home to another, bestowing peace, health, and prosperity upon everyone. Thus, on this day in particular, we go to great lengths to ensure that our house is spotless and that its decorations are absolutely stunning. To help you manifest positivity and create this ecstatic ambiance, we list out the 5 rugs from Obeetee’s Aaradhna collection, which you can place in your Puja rooms, this Diwali.
The Seher rug features an eye-catching depiction of concentric circular designs inspired by the numerous elements provided by nature. A sense of gratitude fills our hearts as soon as our feet touch the silky soft surface of this rug. Furthermore, the colour scheme of this meticulously woven rug has been carefully considered and designed. The designers kept in mind that a rug produced for our soulful connection with the higher force ought to be something special. As a result, the middle rectangular patch on the rug has a strong yellow base colour, evoking the bright and magnificent first rays of the morning sun. The cyan blue borders, on the other hand, provide us the same tranquilly as the dazzling river waters do.
If your home has solid-colored walls, this rug will undoubtedly create a warmer environment in your puja room, enhancing your soulful connection with the almighty.
The Upasna rug contains faint traces of the Jharokhas that are seen in Indian temples and other places of devotion. The rug's golden colour is deliberately picked to complement the festival's warm, colourful, and royal ambience. The rug is made from superior quality wool and viscose yarns and has a highly durable and plush canvas. Festivals are all about the warmth and spirit of gratitude. The Upasna rug creates the ideal celebratory ambiance in your Puja room, making the entire worshipping experience even calmer than it already is.
In India, the marigold, often known as the "flower of the soul," is held in the highest regard and spiritual significance. Because puja is a heartfelt connection or discussion with the divine, our designers designed the Meera rug designs with this connection in mind. The rug has two borders, the inner of which features a lovely blend of Genda or marigold garlands in various hues and abstract designs. The outer border, on the other hand, gives the impression of scriptures found on Indian temples. The canvas of the Meera rug has been hand knotted to perfection using a blend of the best New Zealand wool and viscose yarns, so that your rug says in place and feels luxuriously soft on your feet when you sit on it during worship time.
The Aman rug from the Aaradhna collection, inspired by the fluid elegance of flower patterns in miniature art, offers a glimpse of India's rich and diverse religious past. Hand knotted from the finest New Zealand wool and viscose yarns, the rug is exceptionally pleasant on the feet as you worship the deity. The borders have been created with an eye for aesthetics in mind, as they are a combination of recurrent patterns, abstractions, and florals. The colour palette includes colours ranging from green to beige to rust; all of which bring out the authentic festive character of any décor.
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