diwali gifts

Diwali is a five-day-long festival celebrated in India with lights, sweets and gifts. The spirit of the festival is like most festivals to bring back families together. Children who leave for work and studies return to their homes during the Diwali break just to be together and near their dear and loved ones. Sometimes when work calls are more demanding and leave no room for a visit back home, Diwali is spent far away from home. If this Diwali is a far-from-home Diwali for you, we want to remind you that it can still be a memorable one! Wondering how? Well, through jewellery gifts!

Table of Contents:
1. Dhanteras
2. Chhoti Diwali
3. Diwali
4. Govardhan Pooja
5. Bhai Dooj

Each day in Diwali has a meaning and purpose associated with it, and you can customise your Diwali Jewellery Gifts by synching them into a theme that matches the meaning and purpose of each day in the festival of lights!

1. Dhanteras:

Dhanteras being the first day in the festive season of Diwali is considered an auspicious day to purchase artefacts and jewellery in gold and silver. On a budget-friendly note, people also buy new utensils on this auspicious day. The spirit of the first day of the festival of lights is to bring home a brand-new object made of metal. This Diwali, that auspicious metal object for you could be a brand-new jewellery gift for your mother or any other loved one. By sending jewellery on the first day of Diwali, you get to make your loved ones feel your presence right from the beginning of the festive season, and if you manage to pull out a surprise plan to execute this, that’s the cherry on top of the cake!

2. Chhoti Diwali:

Chhoti Diwali also known as Small Diwali, is the second day of the festive season. On this day, the families prepare themselves to get into the festive mode and celebrate the coming days with full enthusiasm! What else could be a better occasion to gift jewellery than the preparation phase of the festive season?! You can slide in a diamond and gold pendant or a gold bracelet to your dear ones on this day. Moreover, you can make their Chhoti Diwali extravagant with richer designs in necklaces and other jewellery combinations like a necklace and earring sets!

3. Diwali:

The main day in the five-day festive season is the third day, the day of Diwali. The festivities take full swing and so do giving gifts to each other. This would be the best time in the festive season for you to go all out and gift the best jewellery pieces to your loved ones and dear ones. Show them how much they matter to you, even if it is through simple jewellery gifts. Engrave messages of love and customise your Diwali Jewellery gifts with the best messages of love there have ever been! This way this festive season, regardless of whether you are home with them or not, you get to make them feel your presence in spirit and love! Since Diwali is a festival of lights and so much brightness in hope is embodied in the significance of this auspicious day, the day of Diwali is a perfect opportunity to gift your dear ones a jewellery gift in diamond and gold. The brilliance of the diamond in your Diwali gift would stand for the prosperity that the festival awaits, and the gold would be a perfect combination to make a statement of love and longevity to the bond that you share with the bearer of the jewellery gift! Moreover, if your dear one is a woman of style, then rose gold adds a personal style statement to all the auspiciousness and love that your Diwali jewellery gift embodies.

4. Govardhan Pooja:

Govardhan Pooja is a day dedicated to gifting and exchanging tastefully luxurious delicacies! Along with lip-smacking bowls of Gulab Jamuns and Patisas, you can slide in a few surprise goodies with jewellery gifts of your choice to your loved ones. This day in the festive season is meant for sharing love and exchanging souvenirs of love. Along with being a day of exchanging love through meaningful gifts and food, the day of Govardhan Pooja is also believed to be an auspicious day for beginning a new business or any form of investment. What could be more meaningful and auspicious than investing in gold?! So the gift you pick up for your loved one would take the form of exchanging love and caring enough to invest with an intent to secure them a content future. That too on an auspicious occasion such as Diwali!

5. Bhai Dooj:

Bhai Dooj is the final day in the festive season of Diwali, and this day is exclusively meant for all the brothers and sisters in the world! If your sibling is away from home, send them a message engraved with meaning and love on the jewellery gift of your choice. There is no better day other than Bhai Dooj in the Diwali festivities to gift your sister a brilliant piece of jewellery that is enriched by your love for her. Make her feel special and let her know that she matters to you. On the day of Bhai Dooj, you can also gift jewellery to your nieces too! After all, they are a part of your sister, they will soon grow into women and start their own lives! Having jewellery in their accessory kits, gifted from their uncles, would remind them they are loved and that they matter to more than the two most important people in their life. You get to take a special place by extending your love to them. So, let making your sisters and their daughters feel special be your main goal for this Diwali!

Diwali is a celebration of many things, and family is the most important of them all. A great way to let your actions reflect your emotions and intentions of love and care is by gifting jewellery. Jewellery lasts just as your love! Please do share your tales of love and surprises while you gift your loved ones the jewellery they deserved for Diwal

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