It is that time of the year when the festival of lights is knocking on the door. Cheer in the air, bustling markets, balconies twinkling with colourful lights and the search for the most beautiful diyas and lanterns is on. With this beautiful madness begins the yearly ritual of shopping for friends and family. Gifts, when selected with thought, make the receiver feel special in a unique way. Your gifting game will be bang on this Diwali with these valuable and thoughtful items. Happy shopping!
Blend, chop, crush and Ta-Da! The Diwali brunches made easy with this Braun MultiQuick 7 MQ745 Aperitive.
Bangles from Jaipur Gems.
Binge on the traditional Indian Thali at Mazina, Address Dubai Marina and relish the nostalgia in celebrating the sparkling festival. 20 eclectic dishes on a Thali featuring an exclusive curated dinner menu will surely be a winner! From Oct 12-21, 7pm-11pm.
AED 175 per person.
It’s Chai Time! This Silken Pyramids Box by Luxury Tea brand Newby Teas has exquisite flavours like Masala Chai, Rare Assam, Kan Junga and Ginger Lemon. Available at www.newbyteas.ae.
Give the gift of gold this Diwali with Liali Jewellery. The rates start from as low as AED 400. This Liali Key Pendant with chain rose gold can unlock the way to that special someone’s heart.
Nothing can beat the charm of this gold necklace from Pure Gold Jewellers. You get AED 500 gift vouchers with each purchase above
The best gift you can give someone is your time. Spend time with your family and friends with a cozy dinner at Ashiana restaurant at Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers. Savor the dynamic blend of spices with signature dishes cooked using delicious and authentic recipes. From Oct 18-21.
AED 149 per person.
Joyalukkas necklace set. Shop before Oct 21 to win gold coins on purchase of jewellery starting from
Limited edition Ganesha pendant in 18 karat yellow gold and 34 diamonds of 1.77 carats from Istana Jewellers.
Have a guilt-free diwali. Bring a pack of the newly launched India Gate Quinoa home and use it as a healthy alternate to normal rice/flour in your diwali special recipes.
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