Here are five gifting options to experiment with this Diwali


Vegan indulgence
For the vegan or the health-conscious member in the house, ditch the traditional mithai and go for these dairy-free, added sugar-free ice-creams by NOTO. The vegan range has five flavours – dark chocolate, mocha almond, pistachio, salted caramel and mango and raspberry.

COST: Rs 395 

Build your hamper 
From art and home décor to diyas, soaps, fragrances and edibles, Baro Market has something for every kind of wholesome hamper. The best part? All the hampers are made with eco-friendly and sustainable materials, and can be customised.

COST: Rs 2,500 onwards

A lit idea
With climate change becoming a lived reality, pollution-inducing crackers are a no-no. But if you’d like to relive the nostalgia of buying fireworks, then sustainable stationery brand 21Fools offers beej patakhas. Made to look exactly like chakris, flower pots, sutli bombs and rockets, the sustainable patakhas are packed with seeds of different kinds, such as onions, coriander and bhindi, among others. The crackers have to be soaked in water and then planted in soil, not burnt. They’re hand-made by 100 rural women artisans and farmers from Chhindwara and Sanganer. 

COST: Rs 699

Beer-y good time
For those who like their tipple, Gateway Brewing Co is launching two special beers, black jack IPA and the diwali festive ale. The former blend brings together two brews to make an aromatic dark IPA that trumps conventional pale ales, while the diwali festive ale is a hat-tip to the season of mithais.

FROM: November 1
COST: Rs 565 for Diwali festive ale; Rs 590 for black jack IPA 

Food for thought
There’s nothing that a good food hug can’t solve. SOL by Berrika offers a selection of gift boxes such as the mauve special which contains fruits, cheese and nuts, or the marigold special which comprises a selection of fruits, cheese and nuts like baby mandarins, Hass avocado, Malawi alphonso, mangosteen, ricotta cheese, cashews, salted almonds and Italian pasta, among others. There’s also the pink dawn classic, an assortment of freshly sourced berries, apples, avocados and other exotic fruits from around the world, while the green harvest classic features fruits like berries, peaches and nectarines, rambutan, Thai guava and more.”

COST: Rs 2,500 onwards

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