9 Card Themed Gifts To Get You Into The Diwali Spirit

Playing cards are part and parcel of the complete Diwali no holds barred festive package. Here are 9 gifts that allow you to play your cards with and without playing cards.

The days leading up to Diwali are packed with Card Parties where people get together with family and friends and play teen patti (and maybe some poker). It is also believed that whosoever plays cards on Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, smiles upon the player and showers them with riches.

Since Diwali is also time for gifting here are 9 unique card-themed gift to get into the spirit of things.

1. CUFF LINKS:

Dress to win, they say. Say it with these winning power cuff links from Shaze.

2. DRINKING GAME:

Drink to the thought-provoking Card Game Wine Glass from The Crazy Me.

 

3. COASTER CARDS:

Coasters are interesting. We have lots of great ones. For instance, these, from The Crazy Me, are pretty cool for card night at Diwali.

4. WALL PLATES:

Plates are very classy. And not just on tables. These from Vanitas Collections make for good wall art…and Diwali gifts.

5. SERVING TRAY:

Even something as small as a tray can prove unforgettable. Take this one from AcRao’s Creations. It’s very memorable.

6. NOTE BOOK:

Some among us are still fortunate enough to appreciate the pleasures of using a well-designed note book. They will love this creation from Doodlee Do.

7. ROYAL DOUBLE:

A well designed and elegantly put together symbol of royalty and companionship is this work of pop art from Engrave.

8. FOOT FASHION:

Slip into a distinctive style of comfort and casual chic with this eye-catching offering from FGALI.

9. CUSHION QUEEN:

A cushion without the right cover is a travesty. This bright idea from CanOfJuice ensures things are well covered.

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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