Below, you’ll find ideas on what kind of gifts can be offered to your dear ones on the occasion of Diwali.
Sweets are an appropriate gift for this occasion. Each year on Diwali sweetshops go into a frenzy in keeping with the festive season, so you are sure to find a wide variety of sweets to choose from.
Instead of sticking to just one sweet you could have them prepare a platter, which contains little pieces of different kinds of sweets. Regardless of what you choose, it is sure to be a lip-smacking, special Diwali gift.
Gold or Silver Coins:
In Indian Religious tradition, gold and silver coins play a rather important role. They adorn the ‘Thali’ used for ‘Pooja’ (prayer ritual) at almost every festival. Gifting a Gold or Silver coin is a sign of your wishes that the Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth) will bestow her blessings upon the benefactor of your generosity.
And many a times these Gold or Silver Coins end up becoming family heirlooms as they are passed down from generation to generation. Definitely a great Diwali Gift ideas for your grandparents.
The gleam of candles along with the glowing lights of the diyas adds sparkles of joy in everyone’s life. So, brighten up this joyous occasion by gifting your loved ones a set of colorful scented candles that are shaped like flowers.
Designer candles placed within a bunch of red and pink roses and green fillers can make a perfect gift for this festive occasion.
One of the Diwali gift ideas that your dear ones may appreciate is a set of gel glass candles that come in multiple colors like red, blue, green, and purple. Wish that the divine light of happiness shines on your loved one’s life by gifting these attractive candles.
Exquisite Ganesha brass bells carry the bejeweled carved image of Lord Ganesha at the center.
Ganesha brass bells can be hanged on the doors or walls to welcome gracefully the positive vibes on this festive occasion.
Alternatively you can also choose to gift a small silver or gold Ganesha idol, as it is considered to be a most auspicious gift almost like a Hindu lucky charm.
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