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Simple And Authentic Krishna Janmashtami Decor Ideas For Your Home

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Celebrated on the ashtami of Krishna paksha, Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated across India in honour of Lord Krishna’s birthday. This festival is marked by a lot of pomp and show among the Hindus of India — from dahi handi competitions to elaborate flower Krishna Janmashtami jhula decoration at home and some sumptuous birthday treats for baby Krishna.

So, we thought of bringing you some unique (but simple) Janmashtami decor ideas that will help you create the true essence of Janmashtami in the comfort of your home. Be it the dahi handi, Janmashtami jhula decoration ideas at home or simple themed Janmashtami home decor, we have everything you need to make Janmashtami 2022 a pompous affair.

Some Simple But Unique Janmashtami Jhula Decoration Ideas At Home For Your Baby Krishna

Are you looking for some simple but innovative Krishna Janmashtami jhula decoration ideas? We have exactly what you’re looking for! You can always go for the simple readymade jhula that you can get online and place your baby Krishna on it, but if you have a Krishna idol at home and are looking for some simple ideas to incorporate the jhula in your pooja room, this decor idea is for you.

Decorate the pooja room with fresh flowers, oil lamps and some dahi handi for your makhan chor. Place a cradle beside your Krishna idol, and this will create a style statement in your Janmashtami decor. You can also hang two beautiful pictures of peacocks on either side of the wall to match the Janmashtami decor theme.

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Simple DIY Janmashtami Home Decor Ideas To Make Your Home Festival-Ready

Adding a touch of your own creativity to any festive decor is always special. So, wear your creative hat and get ready for some simple DIY Janmashtami home decor ideas. You can make some DIY paper diya wall hangings and pair them up with fairy lights to illuminate the walls of your pooja room. Add an intricate wallpaper on the accent wall of your pooja room and accessorise it with some fresh flower garland or toran. Place a carpet on the floor where you can sit with your family and sing bhajans, and perform rituals. Two banana plants on either side, a few hanging oil lamps and some dahi handi will help you stitch the festive look together.

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DIY Janmashtami home decor ideas for a festive look

Bring Home The Vibe Of Dahi Handi Competitions For Your Makhan Chor

Some people may not be a fan of the outdoors dahi handi competitions. So, we thought of giving you ideas to incorporate the dahi handi theme in your Janmashtami home decor. After all, it is the best treat you could give to your baby Krishna on his birthday.

You can simply decorate the earthen pot with flowers or do some kolam around it for an artistic look. Hang them on either side of your pooja room. You can also arrange a small gathering with your kids to make your kids break the handi as a symbolic celebration. Fill the earthen pot with sweets instead of real buttermilk if you want to avoid any mess in your home.

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Janmashtami home decor with a dahi handi

Decorate A Simple Janmashtami Jhanki To Create The Vibe Of Vrindavan At Home

The purpose of a Janmashtami jhanki is to create a theme that depicts Lord Krishna’s childhood, Raas Leela and other historical events of Lord Krishna’s life. You can incorporate them in your simple Janmashtami home decor, just as shown in the image. A vine on the wall of a vertical garden, a Madhubani painting, some potted plants all around may help you create the vibe of Vrindavan at your home. Decorate the space with garlands and place a tulsi pot in the centre. You can also add some bells, colourful drapes and oil lamps to amp up the space. Place a carpet and some cushions on the floor for your visitors to sit and offer their prayers.

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Simple Flower Krishna Janmashtami Jhula Decoration At Home

Hang some simple flower garlands from the ceiling to create an illusion of an elaborate flower Krishna Janmashtami jhula decoration. To give your pooja room a quick makeover, add some artistic wallpaper and accessories with peacock feathers and pair it up with some fairy lights. Add two hanging oil lamps on either side of the idol and place two earthen pots filled with buttermilk on the floor to keep the traditional vibe intact. This simple Janmashtami home decor is a perfect blend of the modern and traditional and is a spiritual treat.

We hope you enjoyed reading this blog post about simple Janmashtami jhula decoration ideas at home as much as we loved curating it for you. If you are thinking of getting your home designed by some expert interior designers or need some guidance about Vastu-approved home interiors, our designers are ready to help you. Free consultation, easy EMI options, excellent services and top-notch materials are what we vouch for. So book a free consultation today for splendid service and exclusive offers.

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Wishes for a very happy Janmashtami to you and your family from the entire team at DesignCafe.

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Sreya Dasgupta

Sreya Dasgupta is a content writer in Design Cafe who loves travelling, reading and archiving inspiring stories of life through her words. Her belief of finding something interesting in every nook & corner of this world, her passion for exploring new culture, culinary and lifestyle inspires her to write. When not working, she loves spending time with her Ukelele.

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