Diwali is all about love and togetherness. It is that time of the year when families gather and celebrates. It is said to bring happiness and light into people’s lives, and what better way to do that than sharing gifts as a token of love. If you are confused about what to gift this Diwali, keep reading as we present some amazing gifting ideas that will make your loved ones smile.
Here’s a list of ten gifting ideas you can gift this Diwali for your loved ones.
1. Personalised gift hampers
A gift hamper would have multiple little things making it the perfect choice. Moreover, you can have it customised according to the likes of the person you are gifting it to. Diyas, candles, sweets, nuts, it contains everything. Plus you can put DIY Diwali cards, write some sweet messages and greetings on post-its and attach them to the hamper.
2. Assorted Chocolates with Clay Diyas
For all the chocolate lovers out there, you can rely on this idea. One can put as many different chocolates as they want and add an extra element to this gifting idea by pairing them with Clay Diyas. Diyas are the most important during Diwali and the clay ones are eco-friendly too. You can get creative with the packaging if you want.
Who said cakes are meant only for birthdays and anniversaries? This Diwali send in cakes to your loved ones that you all can cut together later. Customise them according to themes related to the festival like rangoli icing, putting small diyas on top of it, icing which looks like lights on the cake, and you can come up with many other decoration ideas according to what you like. It will be a thoughtful and wholesome gifting idea.
Adorning houses on Diwali is a tradition right so there’s no better idea than to gift decor items to people. Lanterns are the highlight of the festival and they come in so many various types like paper lanterns, antique ones, fabric and more. You can also send bouquets, LED thalis and lights, hanging diyas and scented candles.
5. Idols of Gods
Since Diwali is all about the worship of gods and goddesses, gifting idols will bring peace and harmony into homes. They can also be used as an element for decoration in halls and the ‘mandirs’ in the house.
A lot of people believe in buying new items for the house during Diwali, so crockery sets like ceramic cups and plates, glassware, sets of cutlery are the smart choice. You can also add food processors, microwaves and ovens to the list if you want to gift something more essential.
7. Homemade sweets
We usually exchange sweet boxes during festivals brought from local shops, so to make this Diwali unique, why not send sweets made with your own hands. This will add a sense of love and belongingness, moreover, it showcases the pure emotions behind the gift. Learn the recipes online, and you are good to go.
8. Tea light candle holders
These are certainly in trend these days and are available in various shapes, sizes and colours. Some are carved with intricate designs whereas some are plain. Irrespective it is an elegant choice to gift as it gives out a very traditional and royal vibe.
9. Diwali Gift Vouchers
If you wish to let the person choose what they want, gift vouchers are the best. They are easily available these days with various sales and Diwali offers going on in the market. You can gift them according to likes and budget. It is an easy option plus it also serves the purpose.
10. Assorted Dryfruits
Last but not the least, dry fruits are the go-to gift for Diwali. We do not need to speak much on this option. A mix of cashews, almonds, dates and walnuts are thoroughly enjoyed by people.