Karwa Chauth... The original Valentine’s Day! The next installment of Indian holidays 2019. A day where your wife stays hungry and thirsty all day. Now everyone knows, a hungry wife is an angry wife and you do not want to face that. So, what can you do to help put a smile back on her face? It’s simple. Buy her a nice gift! Need some ideas? Here are some of ours!
1) APPAREL WITH A HINT OF TRADITION
Woman and fashion have a bond stronger than that of ions! But instead of just going to your local store and picking up some dress, why don’t you throw in a bit of tradition? It is a Hindu festival after all. Did you know that the colors normally worn by women during Karwa Chauth are red, gold and orange? So, hop on down to your nearest store so she can stand out like the moon itself!
2) LOVE TECHNOLOGY?
We love a bit of tradition in this country! But we also love our technology. So, if you were thinking about getting your better half a brand-new iPhone, you should probably go ahead.
This is the 21st Century guys… Technology always wins!
3) FLOWERS – ALL SHAPES, ALL SIZES
Not only are flowers the most ancient way of displaying affection they can be used to decorate the place of ceremony. The kind of flowers could range from bouquets to just a single rose. Either one will make her smile more than any one of your romantic movie lines!
Worse come worst they make some decent house decoration items.
4) JEWELLERY – ‘OLD BUT GOLD’
Yes! it’s been used as a gift to women for hundreds of years… and rightly so.
It’s the go to ‘gift to give’ for all the men on earth. Plus, jewelers seem to know this better than anyone else. Which is why they offer festive discounts. Your wife be happy but we can’t say the same about your wallet of course.
5) THALI OF LOVE
Yes, you can pre-arrange your Karwa Chauth pooja thalis. There are multiple options available online with different colors and shapes for your thali decorations. So, take a trip down memory lane and remember her favorite colors so you can custom choose your pooja thalis for “bae”. This is possibly the best way to show your respect for your wife as well as the rituals of our culture!