8 Unique Gifts To Brighten Up Your Diwali
Tired of the gifting and receiving the same old dry fruits and mithai every Diwali, then this list of exciting Diwali gifts from our Makers is sure to brighten up your Diwali.
It’s that time of the year again; when India celebrates its most popular festival; and doles out the same old gifts to one and other; gifts like dry fruits, mithais, and the like.
Well, here’s the thing, the celebrations can be as festive as always, but the gifts don’t have to be as always. This Diwali, when it comes to gifts, we encourage you to think different, with a little help from the inventive Makers at Engrave.
Here are 8 unusual and eye-catching ways to say Happy Diwali!
1. FLASH COASTERS:
Diwali is a time to get together with family and friends and play teen patti. Keep your furniture stain free during the card games with these crazy coasters from The Crazy Me.
2. QUILLED GREETINGS:
Diwali cards are so run-of-the-mill, right? Not if you go down this skilled, quilled, and unusual road created by the bright folks at Kagaz-ology.
3. DAY LANTERNS:
The typical lantern is a thing you bring out in the evening. Well, here’s a far-from-typical lantern you can bring out during the day, this Diwali. It’s a colourful sun-catcher from January One.
4. ART PRINT:
The folks at Ritziness cordially invite you to consider welcoming this Diwali with this piece of wall art that’s bright, positive, apt, and auspicious.
5. BOX APART:
This Diwali, you may wish to gift a box of well, a box that’s way more than just a box. This box from Color Crave is a work of art, a utility item, and an out-of-the-box conversation piece in more ways than one.
6. HAPPY PRAYERS:
A gift of prayer is a welcome one at all times. Make it your offering to your near and dear ones, this Diwali, with this gleaming platter from the House of Coppre.
7. HOLY RANGOLI:
Readymade rangoli is a unique and colourful way to gift good tidings. This one, for instance, from Color Crave makes for a mind-blowing art-infused Diwali welcome.
8. LOTUS DIYAS:
A diya is a diya is a diya, right? Yes, if you’re talking about the usual diyas. And certainly not when you take a closer look at these handcrafted beauties from Kuprkabi Foundation.