Diwali is a religious time of the year when you can express love to your friends. Here are some divine gift ideas for this Diwali.
Diwali is considered as one of the most important festivals in India. Hindu devotees celebrate this auspicious festival on the Amavasya/Amavasi day during the month of Aashwin. As per Gregorian calendar, Diwali falls during October-November. The magnificent and bright festival of Diwali is the festival of Goddess Lakshmi who is considered as the Goddess of prosperity and wealth. Devotees believe that Goddess Lakshmi visits every person during Diwali and brings peace and prosperity to all. On this auspicious day, Lakshmi-Ganesha Puja is performed in the evenings at households.
This is an occasion to rejoice the victory of good over evil and to treasure each and every connection that we have in our lives. People all over the country spend quality time with their friends and family members. Exchanging gifts is a very old magnificent ritual that is followed on Diwali. All the rituals are about giving each other warm Diwali wishes and blessings. On this auspicious day, you can strengthen your bonds with your family and friends and can get some unique divine gifts for them. Read on for more details.
Before choosing the gifts, you should know whom you are giving and that person’s taste and disliking. Indulge into the memorable celebration of the festival, and exchange beautiful gifts as token of love and blessing.
Go traditional this Diwali and get idols of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha for your near and dear ones.
Delightful food hampers are quite excellent option. Food hampers include cookies, different types of chocolates, dry fruits, sweets, snacks. Usually, gift hampers come in eye-catching packaging or boxes, but if you want you can personalize your hamper.
Colorful Candles and Decorative Diyas are also a good option for gifting purposes. There are wide varieties of candles and diyas available in the market such as painted diyas, designer glass diyas, scented candles, ornate candles and decorative diyas and many more.
Besides this, you can gift silver or gold coins, religious books, fruits, clothes, perfumes, flowers, religious CDs and religious motifs posters as they considered highly favourable.