It’s almost Diwali and the pressure is on. You have a week to buy Diwali gifts for your friends, family, co-workers, boss and a list of other people. Not only are gifts heavy on your pocket, but looking for the Diwali gifting ideas is a great exercise for your brain too. Figuring out the perfect gift to please everyone is a task that comes with a lot of questions.
Diwali Gift ideas
Here’s a list of inspiring Diwali gifting ideas for almost everyone.
Diwali Gifts for your Friends
Getting a gift for your friends can be very tricky. Here’s a small hack. Buy them something that is of utility for them and yet makes for a good present like a hair styler, a portable mobile charger/ power bank or a gift voucher of their favourite brand.
Hair styler, power banks, gift vouchers for clothes.
Diwali Gift for your Parents
Parents are a very tough audience to crack when it’s about presents. Gift them things that they have had their eyes on for a while like an iPad, or a tablet, an air fryer, holiday tickets or and LED TV.
Diwali Gifting Idea for your Siblings
Siblings always want new things. Even if they already have a watch, another one in a different colour only adds to their list of collectibles. Diwali gift ideas like watches, Xbox 1, makeup/cosmetic hampers or Bluetooth speakers are what you should be looking at.
Gifts your Partner
Buying a gift for your partner is very personal. If you are also one of those people who can’t take a hint, you’ll never go wrong with these; jewellery, the newest mobile phone in the market, couple spa vouchers or a laptop.
Gifts for your Boss
When you are buying a Diwali gift for your boss you have to be very careful and also politically correct. Think practical and get your hands on to a tablet, a phone, an elaborate poker set (if they play cards), wallets/bags, cufflinks or go for a fancy hip flask.
Gifts for Co-workers
Easy-peasy Diwali gift ideas for your co-workers; a bottle of wine, mobile accessories, a coffee-maker or fashion accessories.
Gifts ideas on this Diwali for your Relatives
The safest option while preparing a gift-list for your relatives is kitchenware. You might want to add some gold/silver coins esents to add a touch of festive flavour.
Lastly, do not forget to include a box of your favourite sweets with your presents. Go for a box of chocolates, butter cookies, donuts, cupcakes or just plain ‘mithai’.