The festival of lights, Diwali, is round the corner. It is much more than just lights, sweets, decorations and school vacations. Sure Diwali is all about lights but it is so because Lord Rama put an end to Ravana and returned to Ayodhya after 14 years on this day. Diwali gives us an opportunity to exchange gifts expressing our love for our near and dear ones. Here are some Diwali gift ideas that everyone will adore.
1. DIY Rangoli Stencil/Acrylic Rangloli
We all know how much fun it is to make a rangoli yourself for this festival. Not everyone is a rangoli artist so gifting a rangoli stencil can do the trick. It gives them a chance to play with colours and intricately design each circle.
If you are too afraid that people will step on your rangoli you should definitely gift a hand-painted rangoli so that they don’t have to keep guarding the doorstep to protect the rangoli.
2. Light Box
A light box with a message as simple as ‘Happy Diwali’ can be a great gift for your friends or relatives. The best part is that they can keep changing the words as and when they like. You can also suggest them with a list of daily quotes along with the gift.
A beautiful candle holder does not only hold candles but also serves as an excellent showpiece. People always tend to love gifts that stand out as decor.
4. Gourmet Chocolate Boxes
You can never go wrong with this one! Who doesn’t love chocolates? If you go for assorted chocolates it will give them a variety to die for! You can also substitute chocolates for Indian sweets which will celebrate our culture. The receiver will fondly remember you as they taste those delights.
A calendar that grows into a plant is something which is very distinctive. This gift will not only be memorable but also very essential. We need to plant trees for oxygen. To be a part of something as noble as planting a tree is the best gift one can get.
6. Personalized Lamp
This Diwali, get as personalized as you can. Order a lamp with photographs that you want to see on the lamp. You can send the receiver’s picture with his family. A lamp is such an apt gift for Diwali as it symbolizes light. Here is our dice lamp that you can get inspired by.
The decoration is such an integral part of Diwali. Colourful torans is an intelligent gift during this festival. People always use torans in Diwali to beautify and decorate their houses. It resonates with the fact that Ayodhya was also beautified to welcome Lord Rama.
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