Diwali is known as the festival of lights and is a 5 day long celebration where we celebrate the “victory of good over evil” and the lights represent the light after darkness. These days includes prayers for health, success and prosperity as well as lots of food, gifts, bright lights and colourful decorations (rangoli) and not to forget fireworks and sparklers! We also mark the day after Diwali as the start of the New Year.
What I really love about Diwali is the getting together with our family and friends and celebrating these special days! My highlight is decorate the house entrance with colourful patterns known as “Rangoli” and light up the house with candles and decorations as well as preparing various foodie treats, both savoury and sweet, that I love gifting to everyone. - Deena
We're thrilled to introduce the new Spice collection. This collection channels Diwali traditions like sand stencilling and includes pieces that take design inspiration from the festival. The range includes plates, cups, napkins, grazing board and table cover, as well as a rangoli sand kit.
We of course designed this range with sustainability in mind. Much of the collection is fully recyclable or reusable so you can enjoy guilt-free, so do check the packaging for full details.