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10 unique Diwali gift ideas

1) Dry Fruit Hamper - Can’t think of anything to gift? Then this gifting option is your deal. Dry fruits are great for health and are not that perishable when compared to the typical Indian ‘mithai.’ This is an ideal gifting option for your fitness freak and diet conscious friends. Also, a popular gifting option when comes to acquaintances. The beautiful dry fruit hampers should contain best of cashews, almonds, pistachios, raisins, figs and more.

2) Lakshmi and Ganesha - Diwali is a traditional Indian festive during which the Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi are worshipped everywhere especially at homes and offices. The decorated and embellished idols of Ganesha and Lakshmi are perfect to wish your closed one’s prosperity, health, blissful and wealth in their lives. Buy or order online a beautiful pair of Ganesha & Lakshmi and make someone’s Diwali happy with the blessings of god & goddess.

3) LED Light candles - Kiss goodbye to the conventional oil diyas and say hello to these new cool ones. The batteries operated LED candle lights look very identical to their traditional counterparts. But, if you take a closer look they are flameless. Thus, they are safe in case you have kids or pets running around the house all the time. Also, these candles emit the real flickering flame effect. So, buy a few of these for yourself and gift some to your close ones and surprise them.

4) Aroma Oil Burner Lamp - Who doesn’t like a good smelling home? And when it’s done through all things natural then it’s cherry on top. An oil diffuser is made of ceramic. But, the real magic happens behind it where it has a cavity for lighting a tea light and just above it is the oil burner. So, say goodbye to those artificial room fresheners and sprays. Not only it purifies the air, but, can also be used a regular living room decor item. Thus, spread some positive energy among your dear ones with this Diwali gift.

5) Silver or Gold Coins - Precious metals like Silver and gold are considered auspicious during the Diwali period. It is believed that on the day of Dhanteras, buying something which is made of metal is regarded to be the harbinger of wealth, prosperity, good luck. Furthermore, it is assumed to keep negative vibes at bay. Thus, shower some fortune and prosperity on your beloved people by gifting them silver or gold coins of your choice.

6) Sky Lantern - As we all know very well that Diwali is called the festival of lights. So, light up the dark Diwali night sky by suspending a bunch of these in the sky. Also called the Chinese lantern, it is made up of colorful papers. When lighted it turns into a small hot air balloon with an opening at the bottom and ready to let go in the sky. Let’s ditch those harmful crackers that are bad for the environment and ignite few of these eco-friendly alternatives.

7) Toran - Give an exquisitely designed hanging metal toran as a gift to your dear ones. It is believed that if it is tied at the entrance of the home or office it keeps evil and negative energies away and brings in good luck. Also, the toran comes with a longer lifespan than the traditional floral toran. Let this gift of yours brings enlightenment to the decor of others on the auspicious occasion of Diwali.

8) Antique Wall Hangings - When you rush to buy Diwali gifts online, explore the collection of antique wall hangings. A breathtaking wall hanging in metal or terracotta is perfect for gifting as their fineness will leave your recipients awestruck. You can find Diwali wall hangings in eye-catching spiritual to abstract designs.

9) Poker Set - Gambling is an important part of Diwali celebrations. It is believed that whosoever gambles on Diwali night, mints wealth throughout the year. Therefore, a cool Vegas-style poker set makes a great Diwali gift.

10) Handmade or Personalized Gifts - A personal touch to your gifts adds more value and are cherished by your loved ones. So whip out the artist in you and create a master piece this Diwali. One can foray in to Canvas Paintings, Glass Paintings, Jewelry Making, Ceramic figurine molding, Origami, Quilting, Knitting, Pottery and million other options. There is endless opportunity to surprise and excite your loved ones with these one-of-a-kind gifts. Or if you are not of artistic nature, then you can always go for personalized gift items like Art Posters, Photo Cups, Engraved Glass, Customized Plaque, Printed Pillow Cases etc.