Who doesnâ€™t like gifts? Diwali is a festival full of fun, laughter and joy…a festival of scrumptious Indian delicacies, shining and sparkling homes, fire crackers bursting out loud and of course, meeting and greeting all family and friends! What a splendid time we all have..
One very important thing we plan is the â€œgiftsâ€ we have to give to our family and friends that we meet on this occasion. After all, Diwali is no less than a great Indian wedding. 😀
We thought to save you some time and this is why we have some super fun and exciting gifting ideas just for you.
This is my personal favourite- All the favourite things of your dearest friend in one big box or basket. Isnâ€™t it really easy too? Just a make a list of all the things your dearest ones love and youâ€™re set!
If youâ€™re thinking where you can get some amazing and affordable basket hampers, we have you covered. @gifting_joy has it all- from beautiful hampers to ethnic storage boxes and much more.
- Luxury desserts
Just like we are committed to bring the best gift ideas for you, @coo.official is also committed to bringing youÂ he best there is in the world of luxury dessert using only the finest quality ingredients. Diwali being mostly about yummy sweets and treats, their range of dessert and cookie boxes is a sure thing for gifting.
- Photo gifts
You love making memories, donâ€™t you? Why not cherish them forever by preservingÂ and sharing them in the best way possible! Gift your dear ones a photobook or a set of square prints to feel overwhelmed and nostalgic each time they go through those photos. Shop them at a flat 25% off at www.zoomin.com
- Traditional artifacts
Artifacts with a traditional and ethnic feel are a big yes for an occasion like Diwali. They can be of a great use for the people you git it to..a tea light holder can be a great decor piece and a gorgeous traditional diya can be a great gift for the purpose of pooja. Looking for some great ideas in this category? Click hereÂ
Iss Diwali Kuch Achha Karein– Shop now at flat 25% and add a diya set to show your support for the kids of Akanksha.