Gifts You Can Give To Your Loved Ones This Janmashtami

Janmashtami

Janmashtami is celebrated as Lord Krishna’s birthday. It’s time to rejoice in the glory of Lord Krishna and remember him and his achievements. It’s also time for sharing happiness with your loved ones by giving them your warm wishes. And you can make this festival pleasurable by sending gifts to your loved ones. However, if you are in double minds as what would make a perfect Janmashtami gift for the people you love, we will try making your work easy by listing gift items that you could give to your near and dear ones on this Krishna Janmashtami.

Sweets

Sweets: Janmashtami is the celebration of Lord Krishna’s birthday. As he was fond of milk and sweets, a box of sweets, including peda, rabdi, rasmalai, milk cake and ghewar made from milk will always be one of the best options to give as gift to someone on this auspicious day.

Wall Hangings: Wall hangings or door hangings with images of Lord Krishna in it can be a great Janmashtami gift. A picture of Krishna playing flute will definitely fill the house with good vibes and will create a mood for the festival. If you are giving it to a Lord Krishna’s devotee, they will surely appreciate your effort.

Stationary

Stationary: Little kids dress up as Krishna on this occasion. We believe every child has a Krishna in them and it’s their festival too. So give them a gift that they can use. Kids really like stationary items. So gift them a pencil pouch or a flexible cover notebook and make them feel good about this festival.

Silver Coins: In Indian festivals silver coins are the all time favourite gift item as it is a symbol of prosperity in the house. You can give a silver coin having an image of Krishna on it to your loved ones and it would be a very appropriate gift for the occasion.

Puja Accessories

Puja Accessories: You can also give puja accessories like a Bhagwad Gita, a puja thali, Krishnaji Shringar items, a conch, bells and uniquely carved cradles which are considered as auspicious gifts for Janmashtami.

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