Essentials Gifts for Deepavali that You should Get
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What should I gift on Deepavali parties?
Deepavali means “a row or cluster of lights” and may also be referred to as Deepawali, Dipawali, Dewali, Diwali, or the festival of lights. The lights are a symbol of the inner light that protects from the darkness. The festival is one of the most important Indian festivals and is celebrated every year in October or November. During these celebrations, people take part in various activities such as:
- Send Diwali gifts and best wishes exchanges for the season
- Shooting off fireworks
- Visiting friends and family
- Sharing mouth-watering festive meals
- Making new clothes
- Paying off old debts
- Cleaning the house thoroughly and decorating it with clay lamps
- People shop for gold or kitchen utensils
- Fairs (melas) are organized
- The statue of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi is carried on the streets. Lakshmi symbolizes wealth, happiness, and prosperity.
There are so many other activities that take place during this festive occasion as the celebrations vary from one region to another.
Top Diwali Gift Ideas
One of the main traditions during the Diwali celebration is exchanging gifts. There is a variety of gifts that are included in Diwali gift hampers ranging from traditional gifts to eco-friendly gifts. If you find yourself in a position where you need to make a last minute Diwali shopping decision, you can pick from any one of the ideas below. The good news is that you could also try online gifting where you make an order and we make a delivery for you.
Delicious home-made meals
Sometimes you don’t need to spend lots of money on buying gifts because you can easily make some nice home-made food and pack them in nice lunch boxes and gift them along with a card. Kaju katli, for example, is not difficult to make. They may be time-consuming but once you get the hang of it you can easily make them when you have guests over. You can get its recipe online.
- Home-made candy and chocolate
There no better gift than one that appeases the taste buds. Nobody can say no to candy, cakes, and chocolates.
If you are great at creating awesome Diwali sweets, then you should make some candy and gift your friends. Keep in mind that these do not stay good for so long so they should be consumed in only a few days.
- Statues and figurines
The occasion of Diwali is a time for worshiping god and goddesses to seek their blessings. The most commonly worshiped god is Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. The statues are mainly made of clay, plastic, or silver.
- Candles and candle holders
What better gift to give on the festival of lights than candles? If you don’t know how to make the candles at home, you can buy one of those scented candles and give it as a Diwali present. A candle holder would make a great accompaniment.
- Gift hampers
Gift hampers allow you to give a bit f everything to your friends and family. There is a wide range of hampers ranging from fruit hampers to gourmet hampers. Top them up with a complimentary message card and you’re good to go!
Our Gift Hampers
Bitesize Goodness – This hamper is ideal as a corporate gift or for anyone who just loves a good afternoon snack. It consists of bitesize cookies, crisps, dried cranberry and tea which would make a great gift to surprise your loved one during the festival of Diwali.
Crisp or Crunch – With this hamper, there’s a guarantee of satisfaction with every bite. The contents are crunchy and crispy making the hamper one of the perfect gifts for friends who enjoy the texture and sound of a good munch.
A Quiet Cuppa – This gift hamper is great for tea time. It features delicious and wholesome goodies making it perfect for short picnics or getaway.
The hampers are great for birthdays, anniversaries, Mother’s Day, house warming gift, and corporate gifting too. After you’re done with your online shopping, we’ll offer hassle-free delivery services in the metropolitan areas.