Diwali is around the corner. This year, it’s falling on October 27. The streets are already lit up, homes are being cleaned and decorated to welcome Goddess Lakshmi. The markets are hugely crowded with festive shoppers and Diwali sales that are attracting consumers. Let us not forget that the festival of lights brings a joyful time when we exchange gifts with our family and friends.
Before stepping out to shop gifts for your loved ones, have a look at these gifting options:
The pink hamper includes Kashmiri Kahwa, sweets box, macarons, chocolates, coffee collection, and Diwali essential hand-painted diyas and candles along with a mini Lord Ganesha idol for your friends and family.
This traditional rich royal blue coloured box includes festive treats including traditional Indian sweets, chocolates, nuts, macarons. Along with it, the hampers also offer décor items including scented candles, traditional toran, a Lord Ganesha idol, and festive Diyas for giving a full festive feel.
(Offered by The Westin, Gurugram)
If you have relatives or friends, who are blessed with a baby recently, you can gift a token of love to the baby this Diwali. One can go for Chicco ‘Baby moments’ gift pack which includes clinically tested products with parabens free formulas to take care of the baby’s skin. Available in pink and blue colours, the pack includes gentle body wash and shampoo, body lotion and a no-tears shampoo.
Gifting copper tumblers this Diwali is a good idea as it helps in detoxifying and cleansing one’s system. One must keep water in a copper vessel overnight before consumption and then consume it. It will enhance the water quality giving you health benefits. So, gifting copper vessel or tumbler can be a good option.
One can gift this premium Diwali hamper from Jaypee Vasant Continental which includes Japanese reed stick, Juice fizz bottle, muffin, dry cake, cookie box, wafer stick, chocolate box, candle box, brownie, bread loaf, olive, caper, and Wasabi coated green peas to your relatives.