abhishekam once Lord Krishna is born, there are several rituals related to this Hindu festival. If you are looking for ideas to deck up your home Janmashtami, these accessories will surely help you create a picturesque set-up at home. Check them out below:
These Janmashtami banners and props are made of art card paper that is cut with laser technique, making their edges perfect and safe for use. The 9 pieces will surely bring fervour to your Janmashtami celebration and will help you click memorable pictures of the celebration.
The banners are made from Eco-friendly paper to ensure sustainable usage.
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Are you dressing up your little boy as Krishna? These ‘little Krishna’ balloons will be a perfect accessory for him to carry around. The balloons are also perfect for decoration in official buildings, food stalls and more.
This set of balloons comes with an air pump and straw for easily blowing the balloons.
This throne or
singhasan is made from fine quality wood and velvet. This decorative accessory is perfect for occasions like Janmashtami, Radha Ashtami, Sharad Poornima, Rakshabadhan and more. The bright-hued throne will surely highlight your Krishna idol and make it look festive for Janmashtami celebrations.
The throne is a must-have purchase for decorating the Puja ghar.
This easy-to-assemble jhula is made from teakwood and is handcrafted by artisans Channapatna. The jhula is perfect for placing Laddu Gopal’s idol during Janmashtami celebrations. The jhula will be a great addition to your Puja Ghar or mandir.
The jhula will also be great as a spiritual gift for new homeowners and more.
This Kanha inspired wall hanging is perfect for Janmashtami as well as all-year-round home decor. The attractive metal wall hanging is perfect for placement on walls, doorways, entryways and more. The wall hanging features a wreath of bright red leaves and the face of Kanha holding his bansuri and wearing a peacock feather.
The wall hanging is perfect for festive decoration as well as gifts for housewarming and more.
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