What is an Indian Toran?
The toran is a frieze hanging named after a sacred gateway in Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist architecture. In the Gujarati communities of western India, a toran is hung above the doorway to the main room of the house as a sign of welcoming.
What is Toran for Diwali?
This is traditional decorative hanging & Bandhanwar known as Toran. It is handmade item made up of colorful pearl beads, flower etc. This can be hanged on doors…
Why we use Toran?
The origin of torans can be traced to Puranas (Hindu mythological work). Torans are used to decorate the main entrance of the home. The main idea behind decorating the homes is to please and attract the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi. These torans are the first thing that welcomes guests.