The season of Rakhi is around the corner, and we are as much excited as you are. Many of us find satisfaction in preparing for and celebrating many festivals that bring family and friends together during the latter part of the year.
Here goes our top recommendations for thoughtful gifts for your sister this Rakshabandhan:
Nazarbattu (the good old black thread) gets a makeover! Take a walk down that memory lane with your sibling. These tiny footsteps are a reminder of how far you have come! Let the bond between you and your sibling grow fonder.
The little birdie you have loved or the flock of birds, just found a new home on this twig! If your sister says no to conventional jewellery - then this one is a sure hit.
For a booklover, books are a way of life - they are the grammar and vocabulary. Then what could be a better gift than a punctuation in your book reading journey - a bookmark that speaks to you - ‘Kitabi Keeda’.
Another unique gift one would rarely buy for oneself is the collar connector - Dhaaga collar pin. Our version of the thread that connects two beings, only this one being visible.
Earrings are about confident beauty and self-assured dignity, of a self-worth that speaks in the language of art. Earrings as a gift and the lovely sentiments that come with it, are something that can be preserved. These silver earrings are the bestsellers for they can never go wrong.
How much jewellery is too much jewellery? Most of us wear jewellery because, well, we like how it looks. Wearing jewellery is a great way to express oneself, finish an ensemble, and make a statement. Quirksmith pieces are particularly significant since they frequently have personal meaning. For instance the ‘Noor’ finger ring or the Gypsy ring.