Diwali is one festival when the whole country comes together to celebrate. Everyone gets busy with festivities. From cleaning and redecorating the house to buying new clothes and gifts for everyone. It's customary to exchange decorated boxes of mithai and sweets with friends and family members, which indeed test your sweet temptation quotient. Now, it's not a big deal to have a cheat day on the festival of lights, after all it comes only once a year, but you can surely bring some changes to lessen this unhealthy fiesta. This includes bringing some healthy gifts for your loved ones.
Other than these, you can also think about gifting an array of presents like spa vouchers for rejuvenation, a collection of different lights to make the house shine brighter, herbs and seasonings as they are an important part of Indian kitchen and many such gifts. So, make sure this Diwali you don't just gift but introduce a new lifestyle habit for your loved ones and you.
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