Universe of choices to help those who can't decide what to gift this Diwali

Brass is big, health is the new wealth and green is the new gold this festive season, as malls and e-commerce platforms alike go all out to woo the customer with a host of tempting offers

A handcrafted seated Laxmi and Ganesha for Rs 1,590 (left) and brass and wood Kaveri devotional gift box for Rs 3,500 from Jaypore
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A handcrafted seated Laxmi and Ganesha for Rs 1,590 (left) and brass and wood Kaveri devotional gift box for Rs 3,500 from Jaypore

Namrata Kohli New Delhi
The ritual of gifting on Diwali is said to strengthen ties and is considered a harbinger of good wishes and blessings. "What good is wealth if it isn't shared with your loved ones," asks entrepreneur Ankur Dhar, who spends heavily on gifts. Diwali is the perfect occasion to acknowledge someone’s importance in our lives and tell them how much we value them.

Keeping this spirit in mind, everything from the traditional puja thalis, religious idols to modern gadgets and gizmos, counter top appliances, homeware, cookware, food hampers, beauty hampers exchange hands every year.

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First Published: Oct 29 2021 | 4:06 PM IST

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