Celebrate this Diwali with Ekam Candles

Diwali (also known as Deepavali), the festival of lights, celebrates the victory of good over the evil. People commemorate this delightful festival by performing special Diwali prayers, lighting fire crackers, and decorating their homes with diyas and lights. Diwali is not just a single day affair, but a five-day long festival. By lighting diyas in every nook and corner of the home and premises, we try to destroy the reign of darkness, on the night of Diwali.


Earthen diyas earlier symbolised Diwali. But nowadays, decorative candles of a variety of hues and shapes have replaced the traditional lamp. Apart from being superior to diyas in terms of attractiveness, candles burn for a longer time, as compared to them.

Decorating your home this Diwali: Here are a few home décor ideas we have rolled in. The intricate essence of these products has been carefully fused thus extracting the traditional set up with a contemporary taste assured to bring you a joyous Diwali this year.

  • Tealight Candles: The ultimate welcome, invite your guests inside with a candlelit hello. A warm glow is the best way to say hi! These metal tea-lights, keeps it traditional with modern twist and a stronger statement. Placing tea-lights on the compound walls and on the entrance staircase, not only decorates but beautifies your outdoors.
  • Floater Candles: There’s something magical about fire dancing on water. Add a splash of glam to your foyer with these floater candles placed in water bowls alongside flowers and indulge in moments of tranquillity. A simple yet elegant display.


  • Lampshade Candles & Jar Candles: Light them on a side table, window sill in your living room to create a warm, nightly glow. They add a bit of whimsy and old-age appeal to even the most contemporary and modern rooms.
  • Pillar Candles: Sometimes something as simple as a candle lit place works wonders for design. Compliment your home décor with matching or contrasting pillar candles of various colours and sizes to match your home wall or curtain colours.

Gifting: One of the most significant traditions followed on Diwali is the exchange of sweets and gifts among family members and friends. This exchange actually signifies the interchange of best wishes amongst each other.

Most of us will probably be rushing around for Diwali gifts looking for that special present so why not browse the Ekam Diwali Candles Collection. The Diwali range encapsulates all the familiar festive goodness with fruity, floral and musky aromas – whatever takes your fancy – potpourris, room fresheners etc. Make your loved one feel extra-special, select from an array of gift packs or customise one as per your needs and budget.

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