GIFTING IDEAS FOR DI­WALI CEL­E­BRA­TIONS

Woman's Era - - Contents - Aditi Ras­togi

Di­wali is around the corner and you must be busy in think­ing what you will give to your clients, em­ploy­ees, to your friends and fam­ily. To make your Di­wali cheer­ful and af­fec­tion­ate with your near and dear ones, we have come up with some gifting ideas.

LED Can­dles: Deep­awali is the cel­e­bra­tion of pros­per­ity, cheer­ful­ness and of course lights. So, why not light up your world with can­dles. Say no to crack­ers and gift your loved ones the beau­ti­ful can­dles. It is eas­ily avail­able in the mar­ket.

Di­wali gift ham­pers: This is a great gifting op­tion! You can make a ham­per by adding choco­lates, dryfruits, sweets, sil­ver coins, diyas and can­dles and so on! You can de­cide cus­tomise the ham­per as per your choice.

Dec­o­ra­tive pieces: Di­wali is all about dec­o­ra­tion so, why not gift dec­o­ra­tive pieces to your loved ones. You can gift dec­o­ra­tive diyas, lamps, can­dle hold­ers, sea shell lights and so on. Sil­ver Ma­te­rial: Di­wali is one of the most im­por­tant fes­ti­vals of Hin­dus and Sil­ver items are con­sid­ered as aus­pi­cious. Sil­ver items are gifted to dear and loved ones to bring pros­per­ity and wealth. You can gift sil­ver coins, pooja thali, sil­ver diyas, Lak­shmi-Ganesa Sil­ver idol and so on. So, build mem­o­ries with these promis­ing gifts and cher­ish tem for­ever.

Sweets: Peo­ple are more health­con­scious nowa­days, so they pre­fer less calo­ries and sugar free sweets. You can gift sugar-free sweets. They can be a good gifting op­tion for di­a­bet­ics as well.

Dry fruits: Dry fruits not only healthy but tasty too. Gift your loved ones a de­li­cious box of dry fruits which is sin­fully rich, healthy and creamy tra­di­tional sweets.

Have a great Di­wali with your fam­ily and friends! Wom­ansera wishes you a very very happy Di­wali!

Have a safe Di­wali.

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