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Remember this while Buying Diwali Gifts for Employees
 Emilia dawson  
 23 October 2019  
Art

Diwali is a festival that is filled with enthusiasm, joy, and happiness. This festival depicts the victory of good over evil. The celebration of Diwali has special significance in our Indian society. On this day, people light diyas in their homes and worship Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. According to the mythological beliefs, on this day Lord Rama killed Ravana and returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. The residents of Ayodhya lit the entire place with lamps in the happiness of their King Rama's return.Secondly, this day is also celebrated as the birthday of Goddess Lakshmi. The third Tirthankar Mahavira, who founded Jainism, attained nirvana on the day of Diwali. Fourth is that according to the Mahabharata, the Pandavas returned to their kingdom on the new moon of Kartik month after a long period (12 years) of expulsion. Diwali is the best time when you can express your love and feelings towards your loved ones. So, this Diwali shows your immense love towards your employees by giving elegant Diwali gifts. This article will surely help what points you should keep in mind when you buy Diwali gifts for employees.Gifting is a Speciality It is very common to wish relatives and employees on Diwali, but there is a tradition of giving gifts on this day. The reason for this is to show love towards them and see the happiness on their faces. If you are a boss, then you should give gifts to the employees of your office on this special occasion of Diwali. By doing this, they will be happy and will do their work with more loyalty and dedication. Also, you can add your company name or logo on that gift. This will efficiently promote your company and also increase brand value. This is called two shots with one stone.No compromise with qualityFollow the strategy of "gift, be it cheap but good." The Diwali festival comes only once a year, so you should try to give the best gifts to your employees according to the budget. You have to deal with both the gift quality and the budget. Do not compromise with the quality as it will spoil not only your name but also the name of your entire company. On the occasion of Diwali in the market, you will find different and attractive gifts. On the occasion of Diwali in the market, you get to see many unusual and beautiful gifts. All sellers are trying to earn profits by attracting more and more customers on the pretext of Diwali. In such a situation, the identity of a sensible buyer is that he should not fall into the trap of such temptation and choose gifts with his understanding.Customize the gifts to suit your brandYour gift is also an advertisement that you should pay attention to how it can represent your brand correctly. One of the ways that you can look at this is when choosing a gift to make it fit your brand whether you will be able to succeed or not, whether you will be able to put your company logo on it or whether it will be able to match its color to your brand color. Such personalization not only helps in strengthening your brand but also increases awareness and curiosity among the viewers. You can opt for the best Diwali gift hampers on the online stores at affordable prices. Choose a gift based on the relationshipTo make a company successful it needs the employees, associates, vendors also apart from the owner. These people work hard for the whole year to help the company grow. Therefore, it is essential that on a special occasion like Diwali, you gift these people and thank them wholeheartedly for their actual work. As we know that employees are the life of the company, then their gift should be something unique and special. The same should be purchased for everyone but should be an excellent one.I hope so, guys, these points will surely help you to make your employees more happy on this Diwali. If you are unable to purchase gifts on Diwali due to some business meeting, then you can send Diwali gifts online to Delhi with your best wishes of Diwali.

5 Easy Diwali Gift ideas for your loved ones
 kk sharma  
 27 September 2019  
Art

Diwali gifts are not just the materialist things that you exchange with your friends and family but instead, they are the feelings that represent love and gratitude.The efforts you put in to pick a gift for someone shows how much he/she means to you. Therefore, it is very important to pick thoughtful gifts for your loved ones.How to do that?Well, we have 5 easy Diwali gift ideas that might help you!Keep Reading!Deity BookmarksBookmarks make for a great gift, especially for those who like to read. So, if there’s an avid reader in your circle then you can buy a bookmark for him/her. Since you’d be giving a bookmark as a Diwali gift; you can pick the ones made in deity designs like an idol of Lord Ganesha or Goddess Laxmi. There are a variety of designs available online. You just need to devote some time to pick a beautiful bookmark. You can check out various Deepavali offers to shop for Diwali gifts.SweetsThe ritual of exchanging sweets on Diwali may sound boring but it is an unsaid gesture. Gifting mithai on Diwali is an age-old tradition of and you can make this ritual interesting by replacing dairy-based sweets with healthy desserts like an oatmeal cake/cookies or even with a pack of exotic chocolates. You can also combine sweets with other gifts. It will make your friends and family feel special. You can buy desserts and sweets online or at any local sweet or bakery shop. JewelleryIf you’re searching for a perfect gift for a woman then Jewellery is a great option. You can gift her anything from a pair of Silver or Brass earrings to embossed necklaces, rings, bracelets and cuffs, etc. You can shop for Jewellery online at any store’s Diwali jewellery collection. If you shop now, you might get amazing Diwali offers on jewellery.LampsDiwali is known as the “Festival of Lights”; therefore, Lamps would be a perfect Diwali gift for your friends and family. You can shop for Lamps online and with a plethora of sales going on, you may even get amazing Diwali offers on jewellery. You can also make lamps and lights strings at home. There are so many DIY videos available on YouTube which will help you to create your own Diwali gift. Such gestures will make your loved ones feel extra special because nothing can compare to a handmade Diwali gift. Silver CoinsSilver coins signify prosperity and wealth that’s why they are great Diwali gifts for your friends and family. You can shop for coins embossed with deity figures like Lord Ganesha or Goddess Laxmi. Combine it with traditional Diwali sweets or exotic chocolates! Which of these gift ideas did you like the most? Tell us in the comments below!

9 Stellar Ways You Can Dress Up For Your Diwali Party
 kk sharma  
 30 September 2019  

With the upcoming festive season, whether you are in office or at college, Diwali feasts and parties will be the centre of your festival prep for a month now. With so much to choose from, colours all around, exquisite cuts and designs and all kinds of jewellery, it can get a lot.To help a little with that, we have put together a list of outfits you can create or try on and the accessories you can mix them up with to serve glam looks and look your very comfortable best all the way around. This season, dip in the ongoing stream and go minimal and experiment with the taste of the season like hoops, silhouettes and tribal jewellery, taking a cue from this little list.1. Out Comes The CottonWith the vibrant vibe of pujo melting into Diwali fare, it’s that time of the year to bring out your mother's old cotton beauties. Go for a broad border or printed pattern and pair it up with the nicely crafted tribal jewellery. You can go for a simple choker with a sleeveless or deep neck blouse or a hand full of silver bangles with drop down gorgeous and intricate jhumkas.2. Anarkali With Statement JhumkasIf you are the one who embraces the festive spirit in all its glories, this one's for you. Get into your unabashedly swirling anarkalis with plain simplicity mixed with gota borders or batik and pair them up with statement silver tribal jewellery like jhumkas with stones studded in them or in flattering shapes like festival favourite peacocks or try something new with long style chandelier type jhumka designs and get your dancing feet on.3. Mash Up LookIf you are not that comfortable in Indian, you can go for a semi indian vibe with your favourite Indo western dress from Westside with Indian prints and western cuts to give you an uber chic look, mix and match your clenched waist slits with intricate chokers and those spaghetti dresses with Indian tribal jewellery like toe rings and silver broad patterned anklets.4. Functional & ChicAnother one for those who are not altogether fond of flattering double layered kurtas and bound around sarees and are more likely to go for the more formal looks with short chikankari kurtis on denims and even shirts. Pair up your kurtis and shirts with Indian tribal jewellery like spiral, silver earrings and multilayered tribal necklaces or even a hand full of silver bangles.5. Subtle & SauveYou can also go for a quieter, suave look with plain kurta and palazzo and a woven shawl on the side or a handwoven dupatta like phulkari to bring life and style to your outfit. Pair this with exquisite and unique silver tribal jewellery like the wrist cuffs in German silver or silver rings with dazzling stones like ruby red or moonstone,even an anklet if it comes under your comfort radar.6. Beaded CollarsIf you are going the casual way for your Diwali party, channeling the hippie vibe with off shoulder tops with cotton shirts and beady headbands, amp it up with some tribal jewellery to add definition to the look. Go for beaded collars to draw attention and tiny studs in silver to offset this opulence of colours.7. Classic SilkFestival favourite of all times is of course this beauty right here. Pick out the choicest silk sarees from the cupboard with simple look and borders or go for an all out makhmal ka kurta quite literally, an overall silhouette of loose plazo and kurta in silk in plain or minimal embroidery and slap on some classic Indian tribal jewellery to lift up the whole look. Go all out on statement pieces like an eye catching pair of intricate earrings or anklets and toe rings and play it on.8. Shirt It UpOnce again for those with a little hippie vibe to their wardrobe, you can score this diwali party on the style board with going for a sleek shirt dress with a ethnic waist band in slim sliver setting, a quintessential part of silver tribal jewellery. Pair it up with studs or tiny jhumkas and some leather kolhapuri style sandals and there you go9. The ClassicsYou can also invest in classics for your Diwali party look , go for a Banarasi saree or for the usual A line kurtas with long skirts, just as good as anything else as long as you are comfortable in it and your absolute best. Pick up the look with some hands down gorgeous tribal jewellery, like the tribal silver jhumkas or if you have long hair, roll them up in a low bun and slap on some silver tribal hair accessory like a hair pin to bring the look together.Take these outfit choices as your style start point or a friendly advice and go on matching and mixing up fabrics and styles of all kinds to create flattering outfits. Be bold and be comfortable in what you wear and just sit back and enjoy the party.

10 Ways To Style Your Jhumkas to Office
 kk sharma  
 17 March 2020  

Women often struggle with styling their work looks. Everything said and done office wear looks aren’t so easy to style in general. There is always a fear of looking over-the-top or too flashy at the corporate workplace. Women usually stick to the basics of clothing and jewellery, which is acceptable but is it exciting enough? Well. Not so much! If you’re a fun girl who likes to spice up her look with accessories in general then you shouldn’t keep away from doing the same with your office looks. Throw in some fun office wear jewellery to spice up your outfit. You can add a pair of earrings of stack some bracelets for that added glam provided you are good-enough with styling.For others, here are some ways to style your beautiful jhumkas to office. Read on!KurtiPair your ethnic or semi-ethnic Kurtis with oxidized silver jhumkas. This look is a no-brainer but also very impactful at the same time. The beauty of silver jhumkas is that can elevate even the simplest of looks. Try it and thank us later!Monochrome sareeSarees have become a staple at Indian workplaces. You can surely take your cotton sarees for a spin to the office on special occasions like Diwali, Independence Day and Word Ethnic Day. Try these beautiful double-layer oxidized silver jhumkas for a fantastic look.Jeans and t-shirtAdd a jolt of Indian drama to your everyday basic t-shirt and jeans look with a pair of these meenakari jhumkas that have our heart. We love the pop of colour this pair adds to the casual look.Formal shirt & trousersWho said your formal attire has to look boring? We believe that you can very-well style your formal trouser and shirt with statement jhumkas to keep that desi diva alive in you. Something like this pair would look stunning.Indo-western tunicsWith summers approaching, tunics are going to be your best friends. You can style your indo-western tunics with statement necklaces and matching jhumkas that add oodles of Indian glam to your corporate look.Now, there’s also a list of don’ts that you should abide by when styling jhumkas for work. Take a look.Too much is too muchDon’t go overboard with accessorizing. Keep your office style minimal but very creative as you don’t want to look like a walking jewellery shop amongst all those poised ladies at the office.Experiment but sensiblyBe stylish and fabulous but don’t get too experimental with your office looks. Remember to either wear jhumkas or rings or pachelis – Don’t go overboard!Colour ruleWhen earing jhumkas be careful about the colour of the jewellery and the outfit. Match your neutrals with gold jhumkas and popping coloured outfits with german silver jhumkas.Size mattersStrictly refrain from wearing your jhumkas with ear chains or elongated chains that sit behind the ears. Keep your jhumkas sizes in check before you head out for work. Do not add any extra elements to your jhumkas as you do not want to catch unwanted attention. Match your jewelleryTo avoid looking like a fashion disaster, stick to a single colour scheme for your jewellery. Follow the tone of your outfits and accessorize n h same colour family for a killer look. This would keep your entire look balanced and sealed together.A lot of women enjoy accessorizing with necklaces, bangles, earrings, bracelets and rings but they usually do nothing to enhance their look. Instead, too much of accessorizing kills the vibe of the look which would have easily been a head-turner. The right kind of accessories can level-up your look but the wrong choices can make you look like a clown. To avoid any fashion faux pas, follow our list and buy jhumkas from online jewellery store with enough variety of office wear jewellery.

Kalimpong Tour
 Tripnexts .  
 11 September 2019  
Art

Kalimpongis located in the northern part of West Bengal.  It is adjacent to Sikkim and is near the Teesta River. The most important factor that makes Kalimpong special is the weather of this place. Kalimpong is blessed with alpine weather. Kalimpong has a peaceful environment with lots of monasteries, temples, and churches that landed over this place and also Kalimpong consists of panoramic views of  Himalayan ranges. Apart from its peaceful environment Kalimpong also consists of bustling bazaars. Apart from everything the main attraction of this place is it pose people. In Kalimpong, people believe living in an organic way and everyone loves to preserve their culture and tradition and also loves to add the essence of culture and tradition in their way of adapting in a modern environment. Here people love music, poetry and art pose. Art is the best form to get high and a pose, this quote is really applicable upon the people of Kalimpong. The pose streets of Kalimpong is filled with talents. Kalimpong is famous for its nurseries and orchids.Kalimpong is an important flower producing center. There are a number of nurseries present in Kalimpong. Kalimpong excels in the production of nurseries across the town and can have a look upon the collection of flowers, orchids, and cactus.PEOPLE: The main tribe that belongs during ancient times to Kalimpong was the Lepchas, but nowadays, Nepalis could be seen her. Other native tribes residing in Kalimpong are Bhutias, Newars, Sherpas, Limbus, Gurungs, Tamangs and many more. And among the non-natives, it is home to Bengalis, Biharis, Tibetans and so on. Irrespective of caste, creed, and religion, the people used to live together with great courtesy and friendly.LANGUAGE AND RELIGION: The main language spoken in Kalimpong is Nepali. Other main languages for conversing with tourists are Hindi, English, Tamang, Limbu, Lepcha, Bengali.Hinduism is the main prominent religion followed in Kalimpong but Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam are also equally treated.LOCAL FESTIVAL: Local festival of Kalimpong celebrated with great fervor, joy and bliss are Christmas, Diwali, Dushera, and Losar. Lepcha Museum and the Zang Dong Palri Monastery are the two places that give you the complete idea of the cultural skill of Kalimpong.FOOD: Kalimpong is really incredible and simply fabulous in eating out. Though one could not see innumerable chic and stylish restaurants on the hill station it completely satisfies the hunger of its visitors with small, simple and wayside stalls. The main snacks that are liked by the local people and tourists in Kalimpong are momos and Thukpa.On the priority people of Kalimpong love to eat Tibetan and Chinese food. There are many restaurants and small eateries that offer these two cuisines and other than these one could also find them serving Indians as well as Mughlai Cuisine also. Then if your taste goes with western cuisine, then also there are few restaurants that serve this style of food. For top-class Chinese food, you must go to China Garden. The Goods Garden Retreat and the Sana Hill Top are must-try ones, for eating mouthwatering momos, try Gompus but for vegetarian momos, move to Shikhar, Unique and stalls on the roadsides.          PLACES TO VISIT IN KALIMPONGDEOLO HILL: Deolo Hill is the highest point in town and is among the famous Kalimpong tourists places. On a clear day, you can view the mighty Himalayas, the neighboring states and the surrounding villages to Relli and Teesta Valley.  The park located top is the hill is an excellent picnic spot. You can experience paragliding from the summit of the hill and horse riding in the lush green atmosphere.DURBIN DARA: It is one of the two hills connected by a ridge on which the town of Kalimpong stands. The hill is 1372 meters above the sea level and is located southwest of the town. The hill commands a panoramic view overlooking the town of Kalimpong the snow-clad Himalayan ranges of west Sikkim.  The Teesta River its valleys and the Jelepla Pass in the distance. A golf course is also present just off the summit.ZANG DONG PALRI MONASTERY: It is located atop at Durpin Hill, the monastery was established in 1970 and was constructed by the holiness of Dalai Lama six years later. Visit this place for its striking architecture and a splendid view from Durbin Hill. It is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Kalimpong. MORGAN’S HOUSE: Now a tourist lodge under the West Bengal Tourist Development Corporation, Morgan House is an old British bungalow. This sprawling haveli should be visited for its beautiful architecture and for the rare varieties of birds that may be spotted in the vicinity.HANUMAN TEMPLE: Located on the way to the Deolo Hill, the Hanuman temple in Kalimpong is another quick stopover. You need to climb a set of stairs to reach the Hanuman statue which is the tallest in North East India. PINE VIEW NURSERY: The ever-fascinating and ever splendid northeast is home to some of the most beautiful nurseries in the country and the Pine View Nursery in Kalimpong is one of them. For all you nature enthusiasts out there, this should definitely be on your Kalimpong sightseeing list. There are hundreds of varieties of cactus on display at the Pine View Nursery. The Nursery also offers the beautiful picturesque views of Kalimpong town, rolling valleys, rivers, and lush green landscapes.MANGAL DHAM TEMPLE: Built over an area of two acres, the Mangal Dham Temple is among the popular tourist places in Kalimpong. The prayer hall of the temple is on the Upper floor, as on the ground floor lies the samadhi of Guruji Shri Mangaldas Ji. The many paintings in the temple depict various scenes from Krishna Leela. It is a well-maintained temple and the religious tourist mostly flock to this place. JELEPLA VIEWPOINT: Listed among the tourists places in Kalimpong, the Jelepla Viewpoint is maintained by the Indian Army. The dawnting roads and the confluence of the rivers Teesta, Relli and Reang can be viewed through wired fences, Jelepla's viewpoint also offers a splendid view of the snowcapped Mount Kanchenjunga and the Jelepla Pass that was once used for trade with Tibet.SHAHID PARK: A small monument and park, Shahid Park were established in the memory of the 1200 Gorkhas who died fighting for Gorkhaland between 1986 and 1988. Holding a cultural and historical significance, this park is a must-visit for those who are curious about the historical aspects.Moreover, it is the perfect spot where you can take your kids. Ideal for leisure time, this park can be visited in the evening and can also be added to your list of places to visit in Kalimpong in one day. Shahid Diwas is held on 27th July every year to remember the Gorkhaland Martyrs.HAAT BAZAAR: A market held on Wednesday and Saturday, the Haat Bazaar is your answer to cheap shopping in Kalimpong. People splurge on food, clothes, accessories. And other everyday products. Drop by if you happen to be in town if only to take in the vibrant street shopping atmosphere.LEPCHA MUSEUM: Approximately 2km from the main city, the Lepcha Museum is the cultural center of Kalimpong. The houses various articles of worship, musical, instruments, and clothing, thus upholding the traditions of the heritage of the Lepcha community.MAC. FARLANE MEMORIAL CHURCH: was constructed by Scottish Missionary in the 1890s the Mac. Farlane Memorial Church is a prominent Landmark and amongst the famous places to see in Kalimpong. Built on an elevation, it is visible from across the town and is strategically located.DURGA MANDIR: Dedicated to goddess Durga, this Mandir is a few yards from the Hanuman temple. The temple is small but boasts of a beautiful garden. The surrounding hills add to its aura and charm seek your places to visit Kalimpong in one day, this temple shouldn't be missed out from your itinerary. This is one of the most visited temples and will touch your fun trip.LAVA AND LOLEGOAN: Surrounded by forests, Lava is a beautiful mountain village that can be reached in an hour and a half from Kalimpong. It is a delight for nature lovers and birds watchers popular tourists places in the vicinity include the Neora Valley National Park, the Silk culture Research Center and Changey falls.At the approximate distance of 24km  from Lava, Lolegoan is another small mountain valley hidden away in the quaint hills. It is locally known as Kaffer and can be covered along with Lava in one day. Tourists can take a canopy walk or simply enjoy spectacular views of the Kanchenjunga range from lolegoan. PEDONG: Pedong lies 20km east to Kalimpong on the historic Silk Road. The ageless hills offer a blend of history nature and culture popular tourists places in Pedong include Pedong Monastery, Damsung Fort, Silence Valley, cross hill, Rikisum Ramitey viewpoint, and Tinchuley viewpoint. Things to do are Hang-gliding and paragliding. Ramitey offers the longest and the best view of river Teesta.