The festival of lights is here and we can feel it already. Diwali is celebrated across the nation as it also welcomes the onset of winters. So, we are sure you must be neck-deep in planning how to decorate your homes and also as to what best gifts you can but for your loved ones. On Deepawali goddess Lakshmi is revered in full fervour and the doors of your house are open for all the warmth shared by your guests. As Diwali this year falls on October 30, 2016, we list out some cool gifting options for you.
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Just like you are decorating your house, others too are probably thinking on similar lines. So, gift your loved ones something of great use. On Diwali, gift them a bunch of colourful decorative items and this will surely make them smile wide.
Beautiful Diya sets
What's a Diwali without beautifully decorative diyas. Every household in the country is lit up with traditional diyas which can be one of the best gift items on the festival of lights. Try making a set yourself and show your artistic side, we are sure it will add that personal touch to the gift—making it priceless.
Every woman loves to have her own exclusive set of crockery. So, if your visiting you relatives or friends which happens to be a female, then she will jump with joy after getting her own set of colourful crockery. Gifting crockery items is also a useful option as it can be used on a daily basis.
If your friend has a sweet tooth, then he or she might be the happiest person opening a gift hamper of exotic chocolate bars. You can even gift homemade chocos to your friends/relatives. With beautiful decorative packs, several options are available in the market for chocolate gifting (you can contact some personal choco makers for homemade packs too).
Dryfruits and sweets
Well, we can't really move over our age old customary practice of gifting kajus and barfis during Diwali. So, this time too get your hands on a fresh (please check the packed date before gifting) pack of dryfruits and sweets. Buy your loved one, their favourite sweet/dryfruit pack and see their faces light up bright this Diwali.