There is not a single person in this world who does not like gifts. Receiving gifts from your loved ones and friends generally elates, doesn’t it? It may sound like a cliché but it is the thought that counts. The fact that they thought of you and chose to make/buy you something that you would need or enjoy does mean the world. I have some handwritten letters and gifts saved that may not have any monetary value but are very precious in terms of their worth to me.

Gifts of love keep giving — J.Stanford

In a similar vein, I love to give gifts to my loved ones. I spend countless hours planning and sweating over what I must buy and imagining how their faces would light up with delight when they receive the gift. And, it’s tough you know coming up with just the right gift. These days, even more so as people mostly own everything they may want or need yet there is always that special something that you can give that your loved one will hold dear.

Every gift from a friend is a wish for your happiness — Richard Bach

These days, I prefer to gift something handmade or homemade. I put in a lot of thought and love in it. I also enjoy gifting books because I love receiving books. I gift vouchers to people I don’t know too well so that they may buy what they really want. And, of course, gadgets. Because everyone loves a good phone or a tablet.

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So, what are you waiting for? This Diwali, gift a loved one happiness.

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9 Thoughts on “Gift your loved ones happiness this Diwali

  1. A lovely post. Can there be a Diwali without gift? I remember the different flavors of chocolates when I was in India and so miss them all.
    Happy wala budday and have a safe Diwali:)

  2. Have been a shopaphobic since way back 🙂 My choice of gifting has always been books but, with the advent of Kindle, I do not know how long print books will be a welcome gift 🙂

  3. I love picking gifts for friends and family…And ofcourse, I love receiving gifts too…The thought and the emotions make it something that is beyond compare and beyond any monetary value that can be attached to the gifts…

  4. So do i expect a gift sooon then 🙂 🙂 🙂

  5. I try and make gifting as personal as I can. Sometimes a handmade card is worth much more than anything got from the shop.

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