Home as a Hobby ~ Clay Diwali Diyas

Clay Diwali Diyas
Homemade Clay Diwali Diyas

We had neighbourhood Diwali party this week. One of the activities we did was make clay diyas. I made those two and jeweled them for that festive Diwali feel. It was a nice thing to do with family and friends.


25 Responses to “Home as a Hobby ~ Clay Diwali Diyas”

  1. Beautiful Diyas 🙂

  2. Sofi says:

    Thanks for the link to the ebook! I can’t wait to try the almond burfi.

  3. Kalyani says:

    wow beautiful diyas …….

  4. sangeetha says:

    Beautiful diyas! Could you share with us the steps to make them?

  5. Leena Goutam says:

    Lovely Diyas… Happy Diwali to you and all your loved ones…

  6. Sirisha says:

    Sweet! Thank You!

  7. Narayan says:

    Very nice diyas….. I bought some potter made diyas from Jamshedpur. They were cute – shaped like a Tulsi Mandapam as well as a lotus.

  8. Kay says:

    lovely diyas!!! how are you, Indira?

  9. nina says:

    Hey Indira, Happy Holidays! Hope you had a great Diwali. I love those diyas. Wanted to get my kids do this craft and learn more about Diwali! may I please ask you where to buy this clay and also what form ( air dry or something else), which brand. Will help a lot!

  10. Padhu says:

    Lovely diyas!!

  11. hema says:

    Hello Indira garu,

    Ela vunnaru. Meeru ee madya kottha recipes emi rayatam ledu. Hope everything is OK at your end.

    Meku velynapdu blog update cheyandi.


  12. Asmita says:

    Beautiful diyas, so festive!

  13. Prathima says:

    Nina, Some info about clay : I usually buy clay from Michaels/ AC Moore for making Vinayaka moorthi for Ganesh chaturthi. U can find lot of varieties of clay like colored clay, clay which requires baking for hardening etc… I usually buy a self hardening clay which hardens on drying. And we can use a 40% coupon too. Hope this helps.

  14. nina says:

    thanks so much Prathima. I really appreicate your response.

  15. Meghana says:


    Hope things are fine at your end. No Receipes at your end nowadays. I feel very incomplete…

  16. sonal says:

    hey hi…

    Hope u are well. Have you stopped publishing recipes on your blog. I am missing them!

  17. anjana says:

    Very beautiful diyas!!!!

  18. Narayan says:

    Long time no hear, Indira…

    How is the winter getting along… Remembered your diyas,m when we went to a place called Chokhi Dhani outside Mumbai where at the potter’s wheel, we also made some small pots.

  19. Sarada says:

    Hello Indira garu,

    Wish You and your family a very Happy and Prosperous New Year.

  20. Vidya says:

    Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year!!!

  21. Vineela says:

    Wish you and your family a Happy and Prosperous New Year.

  22. Cilantro says:

    Wish you & your family a very happy New Year Indira!
    Hope things are fine at your end I hope to see your recipes soon. Its been a long time you updated and even the previous posts did not have recipes. I do miss reading you posts and recipes.

  23. sandhya says:

    Hello Indira,

    happy new year 🙂
    Hope all is well with u and ur family.

  24. Nimal says:

    Every things are so beautiful but that firecracker flower is I like it

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