Here are some brillaint presents to give on Diwali

DN Bureau

Deepavali is festival of lights. Diwali symbolises the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil. In India we have tradition to give sweets and gifts to our loved ones.

Girl lighting oil lamp of a rangoli

So this time change your picks ups and subistute with this briliant ideas:

Lakshmi Statues

During Diwali, people worship goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, prosperity and beauty. Therefore, gifting a statue of Lakshmi during Diwali is considered auspicious.

Ganesha Statues

Lord Ganesha is worshipped along with goddess Lakshmi on Diwali. Gifting a Ganesh statue, the lord of success and remover of obstacles, is always considered lucky and auspicious, and especially so before Diwali.

Diwali Candles

The tradition of lighting diyas and candles is central to the celebration of Diwali. So, these beautiful Diwali candles are most appropriate for the ‘Festival of Lights.’

Silk Sari Wrap Skirts

Sometimes, wrapping a sari could be a tring task. This Diwali, if you have to settle for a simpler alternative, look no further than these sari skirts with reversible patchwork silk panels. Made from vintage Indian silk sari fabric. A great fusion of the traditional and trendy, the sari skirt is a nice gift idea for Diwali!

Aum or Om T-Shirt

Aum or Om is the sacred Hindu symbol. This black Om Tie-Dye Tee is colorfully cool for both indoor and outdoor use. This groovy unisex 100% cotton preshrunk T-shirt will make you stand out from the crowd during Diwali!

South Indian Silk Sari

This Diwali, gift a sari to a woman and let her rediscover the essence of womanhood. The elegance and simplicity of a sari never go out of style!, it makes for great evening wear, especially during the festive season of Diwali.

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