The safest and most indispensable gift for any festive occassion. Everywhere across the world you can find people wearing and gifting new dresses to their close ones to celebrate an occassion. While traditional dresses like Sarees, Chaniya Cholis and Bandhani Lehanga (for women) and Dhoti Kurta/Pyjama kurta or Sherwani (for men) are considered good festive gifts, it is best to think about the tastes of your recipients and make the purchases accordingly. You can even go for the latest designer clothes from popular brands which, these days, are quite a hit with young men and women.
'Mithais' or sweets are an essential part of any Hindu festival. Giving sweets as a gift shows the eagerness on the part of the giver to share the festive merriment with the reciever. It is an age-old manner of celebrating a festival. It can well be said that sweets truly complete the celebration of every joyful Hindu festival. You can either buy a bundle of a single type of sweets or a mixed pack containing different kinds of sweets. These days, many shops offer readymade sweets in beautiful packs enveloped with gift wrappers. In case you cannot decide on any other gift, a big sweet pack will be the perfect Dasara present for your friends, relatives and acquaintances. However, check whether your recipient is a diabetic or your well-chosen gift is going to be a major flop!
Ornaments are the ever-popular gifts for women and Dasara is one of those special times when you must buy a jewellery for a woman you are close to - your mother, sister, wife or sweetheart. Silver or gold pendants, bangles, bracelets or necklace are good gifts, if you have a pocket deep enough. These days, many watch stores bring out special gold, silver or platinum designer watches to mark a festival and you can buy one of these and give as a Dasara gift to the women dear to you.
Dasara is primarily a religious occassion and you would do well to gift religious gift items like gold or silver coins featuring images of Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi or Maa Shakti. These are quite popular gifts and are supposed to bring happiness and prosperity to the homes of the recipient. Besides these, you can gift other auspicious items such as Mata ki Chunrees, Mata ka Chattar, Goddess' Murti (idols), Rudraksha Lockets etc.
Puja accessories, decorative items, home appliances, gift hampers etc.
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