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Auspicious Diwali Gifts - Festival of Lights

Posted on : 7th October 2010
Giving gifts has always been an important rituals of the festival of Dipavali. As is customary, Divali gifts are an acknowledgement of love and affection that we give to our loved ones. After Dipavali Pujan and before lighting the crackers, gifts are exchanged among friends, acquaintances and family. Everyone competes for the best or the most number of gifts.

With the ever increasing distances, Diwali gifts are now an extended expression of best wishes shared between near and dear ones. There are many auspicious gift ideas that can be chosen for this occasion. Some of these popular Deepavali gifts are discussed below.

Diwali Sweets - A perfect way to express your love or send best wishes is through sweets of different tastes adorned with beautiful packaging.




Diwali Puja Thali - An auspicious ‘Lakshmi-Ganesha’ pooja thali in a vareity of materials decked with flowers, golden gota, idols, katoris with roli chawal, diyas and many more.

Ganesha-Laxmi Gifts - Bring home this beautifying divinity and decorate your home with their gracious presence and blissful blessings.

Diwali Silver Gifts - Divine elegance crafted in pure silver and some such ideas of silver gifts are Thalis, Idols, Jewelry, Coins.

Deepawali Gold Gifts - Gold is a precious metal which is most easily associated with Deepavali festival. Any Diwali celebration is incomplete without gold based gift items.

Diwali Diyas / Diwali Candles – Earthen, Clay, Brass, White Metal, Silver are the most commonly used materials of which Diyas are made.

All these gifts or products are an inseparable part of this occasion and give an auspicious feel to the festival of lights, Deewali.





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