Diwali is a festival of lights, and at this time of the year, we all wish to have some special gifts for our loved ones. There are many options available in the market which you can buy for your family and friends as well as relatives. For Indians living abroad, it is the best time to commemorate the culture of their community with brass diya india or deity idols as gifts. Here are some of the best Diwali gifting ideas that you can consider on this festive occasion.
Diwali is a festival of lights, and to celebrate it in the best possible way, you can send sweets to your near and dear ones from abroad. It is a tradition that people love to get traditional sweets like laddoo, peda, and gulab jamun from their loved ones on Diwali. For example: if you’re an Indian living in London or New York City, then you should send them some traditional sweets made by yourself (like Kaju katli) or by local vendors who sell authentic Indian cuisine in your locality. If you don’t know how to make these traditional dishes, then let me tell you that making them will not only be fun but also very rewarding.
You can also gift silver coins, which are excellent gifts for the Diwali season. Silver coins can be used to buy anything from food to clothes, or even invest in some stocks. The value of such an investment will increase with time and will help you earn more money at a later stage.
Silver coins are also considered good investments because they have long-term value and cannot be devalued easily as compared to other forms of currency like notes or cash deposits into banks’ savings accounts; this makes them a wise choice when it comes to saving up for something big like buying a house or starting your own business.
Home-made Pickles and Spices
Pickles are a great gift to send over to your NRI friends, especially if they’re not into cooking. Here are some fun pickle and spice ideas:
- Pickle Dilly Dandies (a mix of dill, cilantro, and green chillies)
- Spicy Cucumbers with Dill (cucumbers chopped up with dill seeds and red chilli powder)
- Konkan Pickles (pickled cucumber with fresh coriander leaves)
Designer Salwar Suits
- Salwar suits are the most popular Indian attire. They are available in different colours, designs, and patterns. You can buy them online.
- These suits are available in various styles and fabrics like cotton, silk, or linen, which makes it easy for you to choose one that fits your budget too.
Dry Fruits Basket Gift for Diwali
Dry fruits are healthy and tasty. They are a good source of energy, which helps in maintaining the health of your body. It can also be used in the preparation of desserts at home. It is a thoughtful gift preferred by NRIs.
Gods Idols for Diwali
There are many ways to give gifts during Diwali, but one of the most popular is through idols. Idols are statues or objects that represent a deity or religious figure. They’re usually made out of stone or metal and used in worship ceremonies. You can find them at temples, shrines, and homes worldwide.
There are several types of idols you can choose from:
Hindu deities like Vishnu and Brahma—are commonly found in India; however, if you live outside India then you may have trouble finding them locally unless your family has already been exposed to Hinduism before coming here
Diwali Pooja Thali Hamper
- A thali is a meal (usually vegetarian) served on a platter. It can be made up of different items, such as rice or rotis, sabzi (vegetables), dal, chutney, and pickles. This gift would be great for the home decor lover who loves to look at the beautiful designs on their thalis. You can also buy them online from stores if you don’t have time to make them yourself!
- If you want something more personalized then why not make your own? This is an excellent DIY project that requires some basic sewing skills but makes such an impact when completed!
Brass Diyas or Indian Lamps
When it comes to Diwali gifts, there’s no better choice than brass diyas or Indian lamps. These are one of the most popular choices for many NRIs because they’re made from brass and come in different shapes and sizes. They symbolize prosperity, wealth, and good fortune during this festive season.
They can be purchased online from sites or even from physical stores near you if you live in an area with a large population of Indians who work abroad but can still celebrate their culture by gifting them something special this year!
Home Decor Gift Set
A gift set with a brass Indian lamp, joss sticks, and a tikka (small platter with decorations) would be a great idea for friends or family members. You can use this as décor in your home during Diwali celebrations or any other time of the year.
These Are Some of the Best Options to Gift NRIs This Diwali
- Consider gifting that is handcrafted.
- You can give them something that will make their life easier or more enjoyable.
- It’s also a great idea to gift items that remind Indians staying abroad about their roots and cultural heritage.
So, this Diwali, let’s gift these traditional gifts such as an Indian Diya lamp, sweets, and silver coins that will make NRIs feel special and closer to their roots. Happy Diwali!