Diwali is just a few weeks away and it is time to start planning for the gift giving this year! One of the biggest festivals of the Hindus, Diwali is ceelbarted in many parts of India to commemorate the homecoming of Lord Rama, his wife Sita and his brother Lakshmana from an exile of 14 years after defeating the evil demon king Ravana. In different regions of India, Diwali is celebrated for different reasons. But the basic theme remains the same: the victory of good over evil and of knowledge over ignorance. Celebrated from the past several millennia, Diwali is primarily a festival of lights, as marked by the lighting of several earthen lamps on the doorsteps of homes and temples to illuminate them, banishing the darkness of the new moon night Diwali falls on. In the modern world, exchanging gifts with loved one son Diwali is a common practice.
Dry Fruit Hampers: Dry fruits are a perfect alternative to give on festive occasions like Diwali when you are looking for healthy options to gift instead of cholesterol ridden sweets. Dry fruits like cashews, almonds, and raisins are not only healthy, but are also a decadent treat.
Sweets and Namkeen Hamper: This is one of the most interesting gifts to give this Diwali. Along with the assurance of Awesomeji.com’s timely delivery, you also get an interesting combo. The Khatta Meetha hamper comes with one delectable sweet item and one spicy and chatpatta namkeen to balance out the sweetness.
Dry Fruits + Diyas: Decorative diyas, carefully handcrafted and painted with exquisite designs are the perfect gifts to give to someone you love this Diwali. Add to the magic of Diwali by choosing a gift hamper that not only has beautiful diyas but also a pack of nutritious dry fruits!
Silver Coated Bowl: Diwali is a time of wealth and prosperity and also a good time to give gifts made of precious metals like gold and silver. This silver coated bowl is not only elegant, but also very economical. It is the perfect gift to give on this festival of prosperity and serves as a beautiful serving bowl for fresh and dry fruits.
Chocolates + Diyas: Gifting something sweet on Diwali is a tradition that has been continued over the past several centuries. While traditionally boxes of sweets are exchanged, in the modern world chocolates are also considered extremely popular. A combo hamper of chocolates + diyas is a lovely gift to give someone you care about.
Besan Laddoo + Diyas: Giving sweets during Diwali is an age-old tradition. Indian sweets, especially besan laddoos are considered a favorite during Diwali time. In this fabulous gift hamper, we bring together a box of besan laddoos + festive decorative diyas to make a truly traditional Diwali gift that will be greatly appreciated by your loved ones.
Special Diwali Hampers: With so many gift options around, you will have a hard time deciding what to give your loved ones this festive season. That is why we have these special Diwali hampers for you which have amazing combos of sweets, chocolates, namkeens, decorative diyas, and more in one big gift basket! What more could you ask for!