Diwali Essentials: Must Haves For Festival Of Lights

Diwali is here. And here are some things from our Makers that will add cheer, colour, charm, and warmth to your celebrations. Here’s to a very happy festive season.

It’s that time of the year again. Possibly India’s most popular festival – Diwali – is here. Here are some things like Rangolis, diyas, fruit boxes, religious decor, and more from our Makers that will add cheer, colour, charm, and warmth to your Diwali. Here’s to a very happy diwali, with a little help from Engrave. Welcome.

 

1. RANGOLI:

If you crave for something out of the ordinary when it comes to rangolis, this vibrant, radiant, and eye-catching offering from Colour Crave is the way to make your welcomes stand out this Diwali. Step in for more.       

2. WALL DIYA:

It’s time to give your walls a beaming facelift. It’s time to make these wall diyas from Linchpins a beautiful part of your Diwali decorations. What’s more, they come with complimentary tea light candles.         

3. DRY FRUIT HOLDER:

Dry fruits and other delicious eats are part and parcel of Diwali celebrations. You need something fitting to store these things to eat in. This dry fruit box by Color Crave is that fitting thing you are looking for.      

 

4. IDOL DECOR:

Religious events are held during this time of the year in many households around India that are celebrating Diwali. These dazzling items of religious decor from Heaven Decor are a welcome addition to these events. 

5. PUJA THALI AND ROLI BOX:

This is a time for many pujas. In India, pujas are so important. So many people will come. This exquisite plate and roli box will make these occasions unforgettable. They can also be used for other festivals. Introduce yourself to them.

6. CHOCOLATE COLLECTION:

Sweets and chocolates are in great demand at this time of the year. You want to offer your near and dear ones something tasty and unusual. This big box of chocolates by Rage has eight flavourful ways to do so.

 

 

7. POSTCARDS:

Disseminating good wishes to the folks you care about is the thing to do during Diwali. Do it delightfully with this lovely postcard by Jukebox Creations, and the people who receive it will remember your gesture fondly long after Diwali. 

 

8. PLAYING CARDS:

When it’s time to bring out the playing cards – and in many homes Diwali is definitely a time to bring out the playing cards in style – this distinctive pack by Pop Goes The Art is the one you want to unleash. 

             

HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY DIWALI!

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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