Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Celebrate Festival Season With Ira Creations

Celebrate Festive Season in Special Way with Ira Creations

With a whole lot of festivities just round the corner, it’s the perfect time to welcome our gods and goddesses in a special way. The age old tradition of welcoming our deities has been to put colourfully patterned rangolis on the floor of courtyards or living rooms, usually with the help of dry flour, coloured sand, coloured rice or flower petals.

However, in today’s busy lifestyle, it’s not always possible for women especially the working ladies to etch out big rangolis or take time out for buying flower petals and coloured sands or rice. To help all such working women & families not wanting to compromise on their age old tradition of putting rangolis, here is the perfect solution.

Ira Creations offers an array of intricately handmade kundan rangolis that look as beautiful and traditional as original rangolis but save you from the hassles of buying rangoli material. These rearrangeable pieces of decorative kundan rangolis are perfect for adoring the floor of your courtyard, living room or puja room and are available in varied price range to suit your requirement.
While the traditional rangolis do not last for long and need to be wiped or washed off once they are a day or two old, these transparent kundan rangolis can be used year after year. The most interesting and useful thing is that, you can set up these pieces within minutes anyplace you like. In fact, any member of the family can arrange the pieces of these kundan rangolis so that the ladies can have time to look into other important preparations.

Yet another interesting fact is that, with the help of online shopping option offered by Ira Creations, you can have several different patterns of rangolis always available at hand. All you need to do is to pick up the patterns of your choice and place an online order for the same.

So what are you waiting for?? Pick up your choice of decorative kundan rangoli now and keep your art and tradition alive in a special way this festive season. 

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