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Activity Discussion Art & Craft Saraswati Puja Reply To: Saraswati Puja

  • Rhona

    June 22, 2024 at 3:25 pm
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    Here are some ideas for decorating a Saraswati Puja using recycled materials:

    1. Paper Flowers: Make beautiful paper flowers from old newspapers, magazines, or recycled paper. You can use these to decorate the puja area, create garlands, or even make a backdrop for the Saraswati idol.

    2. Eco-Friendly Rangoli: Instead of using colored powders, create a rangoli design using materials like dry leaves, flower petals, sand, or even colored rice.

    3. Recycled Vases: Repurpose old bottles, jars, or cans to use as vases for flowers or to hold the puja items.

    4. Handmade Lamps: Make eco-friendly lamps using recycled materials like glass bottles, paper, or even clay. You can add tea lights or oil lamps inside.

    5. Recycled Garlands: Make garlands using dried leaves, flowers, seeds, or even recycled cloth/ribbon scraps.

    6. Recycled Throne: Construct a simple throne or pedestal for the Saraswati idol using cardboard, wooden crates, or other recyclable materials.

    7. Recycled Backdrop: Use old sarees, dupatta, or even newspaper/magazine pages to create a beautiful backdrop behind the puja area.

    8. Recycled Decorations: Make creative decorations using recycled materials like bottle caps, old CDs, thread spools, etc.

    The key is to get creative and look for everyday items that can be repurposed in an eco-friendly way to decorate the Saraswati Puja. This not only helps reduce waste but also adds a unique, handmade touch to the celebration.

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