Diwali is around. Need some innovative gifts, healthy desserts and free messenger stickers?




Diwali is around. Need some innovative gifts, healthy desserts and free messenger stickers?


With Diwali round the corner, all the streets and shops are buzzing with shoppers all in search for something extraordinary either to gift their loved ones or simply buy for themselves. Diwali is one of the most colorful, sacred and loveliest festival which is celebrated every year with great joy and enthusiasm. It is the occasion when people go all out looking for Home décor like bedspreads, cushions, candles, flowers and other festive goodies.


It's that time of the year again when the quintessential mithai boxes that are sent out for Diwali jostle for attention. But a Besan laddoo and Kaju katli are timeless and absolutely nothing can really replace them, despite innumerable calorie counts trying to sway you from biting into them! Indian mithai is the most irresistible indulgence during Diwali and numerous varieties of these ghee-laden calorie bombs from all parts of India, topped off with delicate silver foil is worth it.

Sales and Diwali share a special bond, every nook and corner of the street has something to offer for the customers. Marketers see this as a great opportunity to boost up its sales. They leave no stone unturned to lure the customers and stand out in the crowd. This is the time when you can see the most innovative products be it dessert, crackers, gift boxes or even mobile applications.

According to Mr. Sanjay Bahl, Chef, The Suryaa Hotel ‘To stand out in the market during Diwali, it is important to use Natural ingredients in the sweets. Shape of the sweets should resemble the diwali crackers, candles or diwali diyas. Health perspective should be kept in mind in terms of sugar free or lactose free, the natural ingredients likes honey should be used for sweetening of desserts. These days’ people are more inclined towards the chocolate rather than traditional sweets, so innovative homemade chocolates can also be used as diwali sweets’.

Let's take a look at some interesting and innovative Diwali gift hampers available at The Suryaa Hotel, New Delhi:

It has extremely beautiful basket which is decorated with ribbons, containing luxurious Aromatised Candle, Fig Cake, Toffees, Cookies, Jujubes, Almond Bar, Nut Rocks, Chocolate Box, Olives Bottle, Canned Juice & Luxmi Ganesh Diya. It has everything you need, giving you true feeling of Diwali priced just at Rs. 3500.





This Diwali, The Suryaa Hotel is promoting all the popular desserts but with pro health ingredients. It is good to see them offer Sugar free rasmalai to healthier sugar free raspberry panacotta (Italian speciality) and sugar free margarine cookies. The list is endless, another dessert which they have on the diwali menu is olive oil cooked kinnaur apple jalebi or jaggery rasagulla.








Maspar, a home décor store is all set to make this Diwali a special one for your loved ones and add colour & radiance to your living space with its gifting range. You can visit their online store: For more products, you can visit www.maspar.com


Few of their many range includes:
  • Vintage Stardust Quilt set - Rs. 26, 889


  • Timeless Classics quilt set - Rs. 23, 149



  • Jewellery Box – Rs. 2, 495  

  • Watch Box – Rs. 1995






Hike, an instant messenger app for smartphones has come up with an interesting range of local festival stickers and themes to celebrate the ‘Festival of Light’ – Diwali. The stickers include 8 different stickers to define every mood of the festival, from a vanila Happy Diwali greeting to Shubh Deepawali and from patakas to lighting up diyas - the expanse is well covered.











Keeping in mind the need to share wishes and stickers with more than one friend, the messenger now comes with a multi-forward feature that allows the user to share any message format - stickers, text messages, pictures, videos, or any other file format of upto 100 MB each - with multiple friends at a single go. This further enhances the experience of celebrating Diwali via Hike.





Suman

Dreamer, Blogger, Writer, Foodie, Movie buff, Public Relations. Contributor for The New Indian Express and recently started a news publishing website 'Unkrate'.

2 comments:

  1. We have added some inspiring lamps and light effect backgrounds for making a beautiful diwali greetings for your inspiration. Diwali / Devali / Deepavali, popularly known as the "festival of lights", is an important festival in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism, celebrated for different reasons, occurring between mid-October.

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