Diwali Celebration In Office-Make It A Business Event To Showcase Corporate Culture.

Find Out How To Keep Your Diwali Celebration And Decoration Enthusiasm In Office.

Oct 17, 2014

Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the biggest festivals celebrated in India. Many schools, community groups and business organisations get involved in celebrating the festival. It is believed that goddess Lakshmi roams the earth on this day and enters your shelter in it’s pure, clean and bright avatar.
Contracts for office cleaning and decoration services are obvious choices by few who can afford it. Lakshmi puja during the festival is a traditional ritual amongst businessmen for positivity, prosperity and harmony.

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Benefits of celebrating Diwali in office :

Employees work hard to showcase the diversity and talent, something ought to be done to make it special.
Diwali celebration in office goes a long way in building team spirit as people from all the departments actively participate and thus are able to network and get to know more about the company.
Celebration provides stronger connection between the workplace and enhances their experience as valued employees while depicting the richness of Indian culture with business culture.
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Diwali decoration ideas for office:

  • Place Ganesh, Laxmi & Saraswati idols in Puja area or reception area.
  • Hang paper lanterns for marvellous light and colour effects.
  • Colourful paper handicraft decorative items add on to the celebration.
  • Use fresh flowers either garland form or in terracotta vessel on which will fragrant your space.
  •  Since it is a festival of lights lighting plays a significant role to signify bright future for everybody. String Lights, Rope lights, Rice lights, LED lights, Netting light, Canopy lights are different options for light decoration
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  • Rangoli design is a very important aspect of Diwali decor, for offices professional rangoli design is something which will be feasible in combination with an array of electrically lit metal diyas in a specific pattern.
  • Besides these basic decor ideas, some activities can be organised for teams and employees:
  • Diwali Mela with lunch dinner arrangements, competitions, games etc.
  • Employees to be in traditional attire.
  • Desk/bay area decoration competition
  • Rangoli competition by dividing staff into teams.
  • However besides these celebrations contribution to an orphanage or old age home can also be and optional way of celebrating Diwali.
  • Selfless giving is a key component to many spiritual and religious belief systems. Recognizing that you have taken action in line with your spiritual beliefs by offering your resources to others in need can bring a sense of inner peace and contentment. Dhanteras in diwali can be very auspicious for these giving.


These recommendations will surely contribute in creating a difference with the look, the positivity and prosperity of the business and also in building team spirit amongst employees.

Vimmi Walia
Vimmi Walia

I am Vimmi Walia an Architect and Interior designer. I am 29 years old and have an experience of 5 years. After that I started working as a freelancer. I am good at design and 3D modelling. I love my profession a lot and want to stay connected to the people and show my expertise of knowledge and skills. I found this place right for this. | more articles from Vimmi

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  1. Nirmalya Ghosh says:

    Vimmi, thanks for sharing the ideas and opportunities of the corporate events. Yesterday, I went through a similar post in AwesomeIndia.in. http://bit.ly/1GSb4bg

  2. aamodakitchen says:

    Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table,

  3. Shilpi Saxena says:

    Never ever thought that a festival could bring the most competitive and egoistic colleagues so close to each other! This could be real fun in office!! And in addition, this will make your workplace filled with positive vibes!! :)

  4. Amit says:

    nice article on web...thanks

  5. Aparna Kaushik says:

    Talking about decorating your beautiful office! Nice Article Keep going.!