Diwali is the most beautiful time of the year for all Indians. From flickering diyas, pujas, card parties to fabulous food and gorgeous gifts, Diwali is a mélange of all things nice.

Being the gift hoarders that we are, we are eagerly waiting for our friends and family to show up in festive attire bearing gifts. We are certain that your friends and family are awaiting your arrival the same way. We have hand-picked a collection of gifts from our website that will leave your loved ones awestruck! Explore our 2018 Diwali Gifting Guide for unique and exquisite gifts.

1. Marble Serve-ware

Marble has been in vogue all through 2018. It has a plush feel and instantly evokes a feeling of luxury. This year we are crushing on marble trays and platters. We are especially in love with this leaf platter that can be used as a cheese-board as well.

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2. Candles

Diwali is after all the festival of lights, and everyone requires the festive touch of candlelight. So, you can be the knight in shining armor and gift your loved ones a set of beautiful candles. We especially recommend candles in gorgeous glass holders, as the glass holders can be re-used.

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3. Glassware

These days no card parties are complete without a game of Banco and an overflow of nice heady cocktails (or mocktails if you have a teetotaler gang). A set (or two) of glasses makes a great gifting option for loved ones who like hosting parties.

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4. Bed Sheets

“We have plenty of bed sheets,” said no one ever. Bed linen has always been a safe gifting bet as it is an article of utility. While all bed sheets make great gifts, we recommend hand-block print ones as they have a more Indian vibe.

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5. Coasters

The incessant flow of drinks during Diwali parties is usually a source of concern for most people, because hangovers can be cured, but drink marks on wood are forever. We recommend gifting your loved ones coasters so that they can host their Diwali parties stress-free!

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6. Vases

Vases are making a huge comeback as gifts as these days artistic vases are available that function as décor objects when displayed without flowers.

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