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The Ultimate Guide To Planning The Best Diwali House Party

By Ainee Nizami Ahmedi  October 29th, 2021

Music. Decor. Fashion. And a billion other things. There is a lot that you have to look at while hosting a Diwali house party, and we are here to help. From the best playlist for 2021 to card games and decor must-have, here’s everything you need to make your house party a hit. Scroll, bookmark and don’t forget to have a blast!

Diwali Playlist For 2021

Nothing gets the party started quite like a good desi playlist. While we don’t have a lot of new Bollywood releases to choose from this year, you can either choose a party playlist from the last five years or stick to the classics.

Diwali Card Games

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Diwali card games are the perfect way to bond with your loved ones (and also win some Diwali goodies in the process). While we all are aware of the usual Diwali card games, here are some new ones to try this year.

Speed/Spit: Ideally played with a small group, the aim of this game is to get rid of your cards as fast as you can. Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

Spoons: The rules are simple: You need one deck of cards and one less spoon than the number of players. This video is the perfect tutorial to learn how to play the game.

Rat-A-Tat-Tat: The game requires four players, and the end goal is to have the lowest value addition of four of your cards. Confused? Here are the rules.

DIY Diwali Party Decor  Ideas

Set the perfect tone for the party with DIY decor. Complement the fairy lights with DIY lanterns, rangolis, and Diwali wall decor. You can either get the family to pitch in or ask your friends to come in early and make their own decor. Here are some ideas to get you started.

What’s a Diwali party without food, right?! Here are some great accounts to follow to get your food inspo.

 

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