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Gift Ideas to honor your Guests on Lohri Party

Gift Ideas to honor your Guests on Lohri Party
Written by Shilpi Gupta

It feels great to celebrate Lohri festival with the dance around the bonfire and savour delectable reweries, gazaks, puffcorn and peanuts along with a variety of other delicacies. Many of the people host the party for their first Lohri after marriage or their baby’s first Lohri. But the issue that bothers most, is selecting a perfect Lohri Gift for the guests. As the gift will not just impress the recipients but shall also effectively convey best wishes for them and also make them happy. So, if you are thinking to host the party on this Lohri and confuse for the gift selection here we are to help you resolve this with superb Lohri Gift Ideas and Tips.

Basket-full of Lohri Special

You can opt the basket having popcorns peanuts, gazaks and rewaries which consider as the best gift for Lohri festival. Now-a-days in the market, it is decorated with the seasonal flowers and other attractive decorative materials. You can also take the chocolate packing which is easily available in the market with lots of variety. You can select your gift online with various sites like Amazon.

Woollen Stoles

You can also select woollen stoles which surely going to attract your guest as women always like to wear the new things. It is best and cheap idea for you to make happy your guests.

Religious gift item

One can also select the religious items like Ganesh statue which is always considered for the happy starting of any of the new thing. Marble Ganesh statue is available in the market and online too.

Kumkum box

Marble kumkum box will also surely be like by your guests having beautiful designs. you can click the link to buy the kumkum box through Amazon. amazon.in/Purpledip-Marble-Ganesh-Chowki-Premium/

Dry Fruit Packing

for the Lohri gift, you can buy the dry fruits pack or you can also pack the dry fruit in homemade boxes.

About the author

Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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