Diwali is the festival of lights celebrated across India when there is exchange of gifts among relatives, friends, employers and employees. It is a kind of rejuvenation of relations and emotions.

However, it is not a daunting task to select Diwali gifts for your near and dear ones. Considering the relations, you can select the appropriate gift and wish a ‘Happy Diwali’ to them. Here are some gift ideas suggested categorically.

Traditional Diwali Gifts:

Dry fruits and sweets –

These items are the core of the Diwali gifts that may include ‘laddoo and barfis’. They can be made at home or purchased from the nearest sweet-mart. You can make these gifts more attractive by putting them in attractive gift-wraps whereby it becomes presentable gift for sure!

Diyas and Candles –

These are the essential gifts that you should never blind to. The enchanting colorful designs of diyas or candles can be selected from floating candles to scented candles.

Colorful Rangoli –

Rangoli colors and rangoli stencils is a good idea to make a colorful festive gift.

Religious Gifts –

Indian Gods and Goddesses idols cast in clay, silver or gold may prove an auspicious gift. These holy images can be embedded in silver or gold coins as well.

Diwali gifts for him/her –

Surprise him with a latest gadget which he was craving for. If he is a fanatic gamer, then Xbox 360/PS3 or Wii games can be a perfect gift option. The latest iPod or a laptop is sufficed to please him. Even a sherwani or kurta can make him overjoyed. For her, you have numerous choices in clothing accessories from lehengas, sarees to the salwar kameez. Even kitchen accessories, aromatherapy kit, spa kit, purses and bags are good enough to put a smile on her face.

Diwali gifts for children –

What can be the best gift for the kids apart from chocolates, sweets or clothes? You can surprise your kid by gifting him/her with a computer game CDs, scrap book kit, candle making kit or even a stamp collection book.

Corporate Diwali gifts

Stationary sets, penholders, paperweight are some of the common corporate gifts. Apart from these, a table-clock, coffee mug coupled with dry-fruits and chocolates may prove an ideal corporate gift.

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Diwali is a Festival of Lights and celebrated throughout India with a lot of joy and happiness. Diwali is also known as the Festival of Lights and in accordance to this name every home is lighted up with diyas and candles.

Diwali Festival Sweets and Gifts :

To decorate and light up their houses, offices, gardens and lawns, people go on a shopping spree of diyas, candles, rangolis items and other decorative items. The first step to celebrate Diwali festival is to clean and brighten up every nook and corner. To make this possible a steady demand of diyas and its counter parts arises in the market and also on the internet shopping sites.

Another most important item of this Diwali Festival Celebration is the sweet. Various types of sweets are available in the market. Chocolates have become the latest added variety of sweet which is available in mouth-watering flavours and beautifully packaged. Chocolates have become a favourite gift exchange item.  Sweets are also available on the internet sites.  One click of the mouse will open various sites of display of a wide variety of sweets for domestic use and for corporate house gifting too.

Diwali festival celebration spurs the arrival of guests. To please them delicious sweets are served. There would be no home which would not be keeping sweets or buying sweets during these five days of Diwali festival. The other most important aspect of the festival is the tradition of exchanging gifts. Gifts are exchanged between relatives, friends, neighbours and all the near and dear ones. Nowadays corporate houses gift their employees to keep the spirit of Diwali kindled. (more…)

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