Suman from Greater Kailash Salon decorating a rangoli
Suman from Greater Kailash Salon decorating a rangoli

Diwali, the festival of lights, celebrates new beginnings, the emergence of light from darkness and the triumph of good over evil. Traditionally, families light small painted earthenware lanterns half-filled with oil, leaving them outsides houses overnight so that Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, can find her way safely into their homes.Jyoti and Razi from Punjabi Bagh outlet with diyas and rangoli

Jyoti and Razi from Punjabi Bagh outlet with diyas and rangoli
Jyoti and Razi from Punjabi Bagh outlet with diyas and rangoli

As the whole of India celebrates Diwali in their own style, employees of Monsoon Salon & Spa also joined hands in their respective salons to get into the groove of the festival. With decorated diyas and spectacular rangolis, each of the Monsoon’s salons across Delhi-NCR were lit up to celebrate the festival.

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