It’s finally that time of the year again when Indians celebrate the biggest festival of the year, and yes, you guessed it right—it’s DIWALI.
Diwali is a festival of lights where love is shared by receiving and giving gifts. The decorations and preparations start happening one month in advance. It's one of the most loved and celebrated festivals, and to make it even more special, we bring you the perfect Diwali gift guide.
Here are some meaningful and thoughtful gift ideas for you:
Traditional Sweets: Indians and their love for sweets are no secret, and what’s better than gifting them a box full of healthy sweets and pure luxury? Now, you may think, healthy and sweets? Well, yes!! Laumiere Gourmet Fruits offers these healthy sweets, and they have an exclusive collection for Diwali. Laumiere sweets have no added sugar, are preservative-free, and are made from all-natural ingredients! Here’s the link to the latest Diwali Collection - Diwali Collection Link.
Diwali Diyas and Candles: Who doesn’t love decorative diyas (clay lamps) and scented candles? These are some popular Diwali gifts. You can find beautifully designed diyas and candles that add a festive touch to any home. This can be a perfect gift for aesthetic enthusiasts.
Decorative Rangoli Sets: Rangolis are colorful designs made on the floor during Diwali. Gift a decorative rangoli set or rangoli stencils to help your friends or family create stunning rangoli designs at their doorstep. This will be a really helpful gift, and they’ll remember you whenever they are making rangoli.
Books: If your loved ones are book enthusiasts, consider giving them a book by their favorite author or a bestseller in a genre they enjoy. Books are a great way of showing thoughtfulness, as choosing a book is harder than choosing anything else. This will make them feel special.
Hand-Written Letter: People might not give enough credit to handwritten letters, but in today’s time, where everything can happen digitally, the charm of handwritten letters is unmatched. So, this Diwali, write a sweet paragraph for them and maybe attach a Polaroid along with that letter. This will definitely create an impression, and they’ll love it.
Spa or Wellness Gift Coupons: Help your loved ones relax and rejuvenate by gifting them spa or wellness gift coupons.
Gift Hampers: Put together a gift hamper that includes a variety of items like chocolates, snacks, tea or coffee, and small decorative items. This is a versatile and well-received gift option.
Puja Thali: A beautifully decorated puja thali (prayer plate) can be a thoughtful gift, especially for those who celebrate Diwali with religious rituals. Include items like incense sticks, camphor, and a small idol of a deity.
Diwali gifts are always special when given with good thought and loads of love. Before gifting anything, know what the person likes and what your safest option is if you do not. Happy Gifting!