Go budget-smart this Diwali

Published: 03 November, 2012 09:37 IST | Dhara Vora & Ruchika Kher |

Diwali is not just about lights, mithai and fireworks, it's also a time when people indulge in gifting. To make this experience simpler for you, The Guide scouted around town for cool picks that keeps every kind of budget in mind. So go ahead, add a sparkle this festive season

Less than Rs 101

Pack it well
If you are taking an easy way out by gifting money to your loved ones, present it in these delicAtely done envelopes, decorAted with punched paper flowers by The Craft Studio.

Light For a cause
Support two causes by buying these diyas thAt help make children in the slums self reliant and the proceeds from the sales go towards the cause of helping the city’s stray furry friends.

Less than Rs 501

Ring in
If you don’t want to give anything elaborAte, but want the gift to be tasteful, then go For this oxidised gold finger ring. IntricAtely and beautifully designed, the ring is a small but meaningful gift.

Quirk up the memories
First click it with a camera then store it in one! This camera shaped photo album makes storing memories fun.

Less than Rs 1,001

Light up your home
This candleholder thAt incorporAtes three tealights At one go, looks beautiful with its leaf shape design. Economical and useful, it’s a lovely buy during the festival of lights.

One For the workoholic
Spending Diwali in front of your work PC? Make it cooler with this USB fan- cum-light.

Less than Rs 2001

For the desi master chef
Inspired to cook world cuisine this Diwali? Buy these tagine pots used For cooking special Middle-Eastern and North African stews.

Do the twist
This light looks like it’s inspired from an orange peel. We love how it keeps Diwali spirit alive, with a twist.

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