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Diwali gifting ideas for the urban home

  • Tips & Tricks
By Tasneem Merchant
3 min read
Oct 03, 2017

We are loving the festive collection from Klove Studio with its mix of blown glass nimbu mirchi and coconut. If you are looking for a modern twist to traditional symbolism, look no further

 

We love the lights, colours and the buzz around Diwali. But honestly, we are also a little weary of the assorted set of boxes of mithai, dry fruits, and other goodies that make their way to us. Of course, we are guilty of the same too and that’s why this collection from the Delhi-based duo, Gautam Seth and Prateek Jain has us excited. (Read our exclusive interview with them here ) So if you want to send out warm wishes to your friends and family, then what better way than perhaps a delicate, blown glass nimbu mirchi to ward off the evil eye, or a coconut or a Ganpati idol for an auspicious start to the New Year.

 

The best part, they are easy on the pocket too.

Browse through the gallery below to add to your shopping list

Send the glass coconut out as a gift or use it on your centre table as an accent piece, Rs 5,000 from Klove Studio.
Start your festivities by warding off the evil eye with this blown glass nimbu mirchi, Rs 3,500 from Klove Studio.
A great gift to herald the start of a New Year, this custom blown glass Ganpati idol is available for Rs 17,000 from Klove Studio.
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