Gifting Guide

Unique Diwali gifts ideas under Rs. 1999/-

posted by Nikhil Chowdhary October 15, 2016 0 comments

With Diwali approximately two weeks away, most of us are on our toes looking for gifts all over town. Markets are flooded with people who are a part of this last minute hustle and bustle. Not only that, the traffic scenario has seen a significant surge as well. This makes me reconsider going out and getting my loved one’s a gift. Until I started browsing online and found a variety of Diwali gifts within my budget without having to really go through any real trouble. Tell me what you think of these awesome Diwali gifts under 1999/- I got for my family this year!

Wooden candle lantern

I came across this interesting wooden candle lantern. I thought this is quite a lovely gift for Diwali which I’m giving to my best friend on his card party. This beautiful piece of art really livens up and adds to the charm of any corner you put it in.

Wooden Lamp as Diwali Gift

Trippy trinket box

This trippy trinket box is another pretty cool gift I thought of getting my sister this year. It’s vibrant and funky design really is quite appealing. And she can store her favourite accessories in it.

trinket box at diwali gift

Beer Penta Chandelier

This is one of the most innovative and stand out gifts I’ve come across yet. This chandelier made with the help of beer bottles can surely make for quite an interesting gift and a hot topic of conversation.

Beer Penta Chandelier as Diwali Gift

Saxophone lamp

This awesome saxophone lamp is the perfect bedside item. This interesting concept will definitely leave you mesmerised with its chic and elegant appeal.

Saxophone lamp as Diwali Gift

Bicycle Planter

Check out this bicycle planter I got for my mom’s lawn. This unique style will definitely add to the beauty of her garden and turn heads at her Diwali party.

Bicycle Planter as Diwali Gift

Can you believe that I got each of these gifts under 1999/-? I hope you liked this collection of Diwali gifts presents! Don’t forget to tell me what you think in the comments section below. And have a safe Diwali!

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