Diwali 2021: Here are some last-minute gift options for this festive season
Planning to buy some fantastic gifts for your family and friends? Here are some amazing ideas that will help you this festive season.
Diwali is one of the most auspicious Hindu festivals worldwide and is celebrated on the day of Amavasya or the new moon. Considered as the festival that brings joy and light, it is celebrated on the 15th day of the Krishna Paksha in the month of Kartik, and this year we will celebrate it on November 5, 2021. On Diwali, people exchange gifts with their friends and family. If you are also looking for some ideas, here are some take a look.
Pastels and Pop: Ditch those six-inch heels and find comfort in flat sole juttis by choosing from the Spring-Summer 2021 collection ‘Promise of Tomorrow’ that draws inspiration from everything positive and beautiful around us. The collection is an ode to the Karigard and hopes for a better tomorrow and positive today. You can either choose to wear them with your festive outfit or gift them to your friends and family and support the karigars meanwhile.
Hampers and e-cards from Paperdateco: Paper Date Co. offers personalized e-invites and digital greeting options to start every occasion with colour and joy. They have also recently launched a DIY hamper service wherein customers can create curated baskets of their choice. The idea is to offer freedom in terms of pricing and personalization.
Beruru: Instead of going for something over-the-top or purely ornamental, opt for gifts from Beruru. Beruru has come up with a display of an artistic range of home decor items and gift hampers that would be the best fit for your home.
Gift voucher or card: During Diwali sales, many shopping sites like Amazon, Flipkart etc have some amazing deals on popular brands so giving a gift card can be the best Diwali present for your loved ones. With those gift vouchers, they can buy anything they want.
Dry fruits and juices box: Sweets are passes; nowadays, no one gifts sweets because people are more health-conscious. But if you gifts like Dry fruits and juices box, everyone can enjoy it. These boxes come in a very attractive pack that looks good while gifting.
Home Décor by Chumbak: Diwali is when every Indian cleans and decorates their house with beautiful lights, lamps and decorative items. Chumbak can be your go-to place to buy and gift home Decor items.
Silver coin: Hey, if you have a good budget or are planning to give a gift to someone very special, then silver coins are the best and are considered auspicious during the Diwali period.