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5 Gift Ideas for Ganesh Chaturthi

You might be thinking about what to gift your relative that make them feel happy! We have curated five items for you.

Diya for Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi is an occasion when you meet your relatives on the occasion of Ganesh Puja. You might be thinking about what to gift your relative that make them feel happy and is also apt for a puja occasion. Here are five gift items for Ganesh Chaturthi that are available at reasonable prices and can also be used for puja purposes.

1.Silver diya

The diya is always necessary in pujas. A small or medium sized silver diya is a wonderful gift for Ganesh Chaturthi. The more the number of diyas the more illuminated and beautiful the puja room will look. Add light to the occasion and make it special. One can use these diya’s for other pujas as well. The price of silver diyas is between Rs.1500 and Rs 3000.

2.Oxidized incense stand

Incense sticks are lit during pujas and the sweet fragrances have become an intrinsic part of Indian pujas. To make the puja area look neat you can gift your host an oxidised or metal incense stand. The stand comes with a platform that is meant for collecting the ashes of the stick. The price of incense stands vary between Rs.395 and Rs.595.

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3.Silver plated modak

The modak is offered to Lord Ganesha on Ganesh Chaturthi. The gift of a silver modak is wishing your host good luck and Ganapati’s blessings on him/her. These can be kept as decoration pieces in the house. The price of such Modak’s range between Rs. 500 to Rs.2500. If you get it cheaper, you are lucky.

4.Silver durva neckpiece

Durva’s are offered to Lord Ganesha during Ganesh Chaturthi. To celebrate the occasion you can gift a silver durva neckpiece when you are visiting friends or relatives. These neckpieces are mostly available at round Rs.1500 to Rs.2500.

5.Gold plated mouse for Ganapati

Gold plated mouse would be a lovely gift for anyone especially during this festival. Mouse is the vahan for Ganapati and therefore the symbol of blessings from Lord Ganesha. These show pieces are available between Rs.2000 and Rs.3500.

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Written by Ranja

A book editor and a content writer, my first love has always been to write. I'm also a romantic at heart and love dwelling in my own world of imagination.

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