Why do Diwali figurines make for good Diwali gifts?
Diwali is that time of the year when everybody looks forward to some fantastic presents. Not only is this task difficult, but it does get a little boring to think of presents every year. Apart from all the Diwali gifts that you receive and present, figurines make for really special gifts. They are universal in nature, yet will always work for the people you are considering to present.
Figurines and statues of the Gods and Goddesses are one such amazing thought. It works well with every age group and others keep them safely, with high regards in their homes. Gifting the figurines of Goddess Lakshmi is quite common in India, but you can also go for figurines of Lord Rama, Sita and Laxman, and Lord Ganesha. It is considered to bring good luck, prosperity and discipline in one’s life. Diwali is considered an important festival because it is said to bring immense wealth if one is able to impress Goddess Lakshmi. Therefore, figurines of the Goddess is the most common when it comes to gifting.
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Today, you can find that artists use a vast array of figurines made from a variety of substances - from precious metals to ceramic and terracotta. However, it is wise to consider the puja room of the receiver and select the one which will suits the home décor.
Like Goddess Lakshmi, figurines of God Ganesha will make a perfect gifting thought. He's considered to be the herald of success and gets rid of all the barriers in the way. Particularly on Diwali, a Ganesha figurine is regarded as an auspicious present. Besides the Diwali season, it makes for an excellent present for a wedding or a housewarming.
Apart from the figurines, Diwali thalis that are mostly used in puja, also make for amazing Diwali gifts. There are various shapes and sizes of thalis that you can find here. While round shapes are the traditional, octagonal and hexagonal shapes are quite famous too. The majority of these thalis consists of markings of Gods, Goddesses, Swastika and other calligraphy. Some even have containers to keep diyas and other puja stuff separately.
Diwali is a pious event, held in esteem for the homecoming of Lord Rama after his triumph over the demon Ravana. The worship of Sita and Rama is among the first and foremost in the ritualistic procession of this festival. Thus, gifting figurines of deities during the festival of Diwali is regarded as a positive sign. If you’re looking for some beautifully crafted figurines, this exclusive collection from Kraftly will definitely help you find the perfect one.