Light Up Your Marriage with These Traditional Diwali Gifts for Husband (2019)

Light Up Your Marriage with These Traditional Diwali Gifts for Husband (2019)

Thinking of giving something as Diwali gift to your husband? Everything about Diwali is so special, from the festive air to new clothes, shopping, the sweets, and not to forget gifts. BP-Guide India has great gift ideas you can order right away. Casino game sets, cool bar accessories and so much more - so read on!

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Diwali is All About Tradition, So Buy Your Hubby Traditional Gifts

Ethnic Wear

Diwali is a five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. It celebrates a new beginning, to mark the triumph of good over evil. The days leading up to Diwali can be hectic, what with running helter skelter to put together the best decorations and making sweets for Diwali. In all this chaos did you forget to buy a Diwali gift for your husband? Don’t worry, even if it’s last minute gift shopping, you can never go wrong with traditional clothes as a Diwali gift for your special someone. Men’s ethnic wear will add a festive cheer to his life, and there are hundreds of different styles to choose from too: silk kurtas, cotton kurtas, sherwanis, Nehru jackets, dhoti kurta, embroidered kurta etc.

Traditional Sweets

No celebration is complete without sweets, especially Diwali. During this auspicious occasion, people usually make sweets at home and share it with friends, families and neighbours. But with changing times people usually buy sweets these days since they don’t have time to make them.

Why not change it up this year? Make your husband all his favourite sweets to ring in the new beginning. He’ll love the fact that you’re taking time out to make his favourite sweets, and will love the time and effort you put into making it just for him. There are loads of options to choose from: gulab jamun, gajar ka halwa, aam shrikhand, kaju ki barfi and payasam. Try one of these and impress your husband.

Traditional Vintage Goods

An antique item as a gift is a perfect touch to the Diwali festival. Your husband will be able to take a trip down memory lane with a wonderful traditional vintage item as a Diwali gift. Moreover, it’ll be a wonderful addition to your home décor too. Be it a striking antique lamp or a bronze statue of Lord Ganesha – it’ll make a wonderful theme to your home’s interior design.

Diwali Gifts for Husband: Traditional, Quirky And Romantic Options

Bar Accessories

If your husband loves his drink, then bar accessories make for a great Diwali gift. Whiskey stones, personalised hip flasks or glasses, decanters or coolers - there is a lot of choice out there. Consider your husband's preferences and style and buy him something memorable. We have picked out this set of engraved whiskey glasses - simple with just his name, this classy set is a great gift. Available on for Rs. 1,599.

Metal Prints of Favourite Photos

Celebrate your journey so far by gifting your husband a metal print of your favourite photo. Metal prints are the latest in photo printing - pinted on thin metal sheets photos look bright and sharp. They typically can be wall mounted or come with a self stand. You could also try acrylic prints which look like glass. Several websites like canvaschamp and Zoomin offer these services at reasonable prices, with costs starting at Rs. 886.

Personalised Pure Gold Cufflinks

Gifting gold on Diwali is a tradition and so why not extend it to your husband as well. Buy him some accessory in gold to make this occasion both blessed and cherished- options include cufflinks, bracelets, rings or even chains depending on your man's style. We have chosen this gold cufflinks that is personalised with initials. A truly personal gift he will love to receive. There are of course very many options to chose from - that fit your budget and your preferences. This particular set can be ordered from Kalyan Jewellers for Rs. 24,362. The gold is of 14K quality and the cufflinks weigh around 6.82 gms.

200 Chips Casino Game Set


As we’d already mentioned early, you have all the blessings you need from God itself to gamble on Diwali. What more do you need? If you’re organizing a card party at your house or you’re going to your friends for the game night, don’t let your husband go empty handed. Give him a 200 Chips Casino Game Set so that he can play in style. It comes with 2 decks of casino-standard playing cards and 5 acrylic dice to start the game. Enjoy the night with these high-quality chips that you can buy this from Hitplay for Rs.2,299.

Smart Gadgets


Most men love gadgets - if you husband is one of them, then be sure to look out for the coolest gadgets to gift him. You can explore mobile accessories, fitness trackers, smart watches or even mobile phones.

Gift your husband the latest trend in men's accessories, Smart Wallets. These wallets ensure your usband will never lose his wallet or his phone. These wallets are fitted with bluetooth tech allowing you to have numerous benefits - from notification on losing your wallet , to locating your wallet and even last seen time, these wallets are a wonder of technology. One of the best is the Voyager Smart from Cuir Ally which is available in three colours and can even be personalised. Prices start at Rs. 2,099.

Comfy Bright Kurta

Ditch the uncomfortable silk kurtas and get your husband a beautiful handcrafted cotton kurta this Diwali. He’ll feel comfortable while looking utterly striking in this cotton kurta, what’s more he can wear it on dress-down days to office. The Blue & Off-White Indigo Hand Block Print Kurta , as the name suggests features Rajasthani block printwith three-fourth sleeves . Get this lovely kurta from Myntra for just Rs. 839

Designer Travel Mug With Infuser


Keep your husband refreshed through his commute or his busy office day with this InstaCuppa Vacuum Insulated Coffee, Tea Travel Mug. This mug is choc-a-bloc with features - it has a 2-in-1 infusion unit, a coated interior, silicon grip on the outside, and double walled vacuum insulation to keep your beverage warm or cold. The mug is versatile and can be used for tea, coffee, green tea or even fruit infused water. It has a spill-proof lid and a sipper so using it is a breeze. This is a Diwali gift that will make his days better so check it out on Amazon where it is priced at Rs. 1,299 for the 350ml size mug.

Lord Ganesha Idol


Praying to Lord Ganesha brings wealth and prosperity to your home. Make your husband feel special and blessed by gifting him a beautiful idol of Lord Ganesha that he can display at his office desk. You’ll be wishing him luck, wealth and prosperity this Diwali with this simple yet thoughtful and meaningful gift By giving this gift you’ll be filling your husband’s life with wealth and prosperity. This gorgeous Lord Ganesha is hand made from brass. It measures 5.5 Inches Height x 5 Inches Width x 3 Inches Depth and has colourful inlay work with stones. You can buy this from Amazon for Rs.2,899..

Sweet Scents

Aromatherapy has the power to relieve stress, anxiety and depression, and helps boost energy levels, strengthen the immune system and improves digestion. No matter how stressed or anxious your husband feels, gift this Sweet Scents Gift Hamper to your husband to relieve him off of all the stress. This gift set comprises a pack of 3 Green Apple Scented Pillar Candles, a pack of Haldiram’s Soan Papdi, and a pack of scented incense sticks. Add some sweetness and in your husband’s life with this gift; you can buy it from for Rs.695.

You can make the gift complete by also combining a beautiful diffuser like this lovely handpainted ceramic diffuser available at Jaypore for Rs. 595.

Giant Thali of His Favourite Sweet Can Make Your Husband Super Happy

Does your husband love laddoos? If the answer is yes, we’ve got the best possible gift for your husband - Ladoo Thali. It’s not just a plain box of laddoos, that’s boring; this gift comes with Kesariya Motichoor Ladoos lovingly displayed on a beautiful thali. Instead of giving it in just a box, decorate it in a special way and present it to him. What’s more, since it’s a perishable item, will deliver it the same day too. Place an order right away for Rs.1,445.

Create New Diwali Traditions of Your Own

Make Rangoli Together

Are you a newly married couple and this is your first Diwali together as a married couple? Whether you’re a newly married couple or you’ve been married for a while now, this Diwali why don’t you start a new tradition with you husband and his family. It could be anything from creating rangoli with him on the eve of Diwali to making his favourite sweet together.

Creating beautiful rangolis for Diwali could be a fun, romantic idea to spend time with your husband. It will add a festive cheer to the household when you get together with your husband to create beautiful rangoli in the entrance of your house, adding a welcome touch to it. Moreover, anything to do with colours and colouring is therapeutic.

Clear Out Old Junk and Create Space for New Things

Do you want to welcome the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity into your house this Diwali? Who doesn’t! Clean your house, and get rid of all the junk in your home that you don’t require to usher in this auspicious festival. Solicit your husband’s help in doing this and turn it into a fun activity where you get to spend more time with him. By doing so you’ll clear out all the junk and make space for new things.
Did you know that there’s a scientific reason behind cleaning the house for Diwali. In fact almost all the Hindu traditions we follow has a scientific or logical reason behind them. The reason why we clean the house before Diwali is because we celebrate this festival right after the monsoons, cleaning your house makes sure all the germs and infestations that the monsoon brought in will get eradicated with the cleaning.

Organise a Card Party

Diwali is not just filled with sweets, new clothes and lighting firecracker; it also filled with other fun activities like playing cards on Diwali. And there’s an interesting story behind playing cards on Diwali. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati were playing the game of dice when Goddess Parvati won the game. And it was because of this excitement that Goddess Parvati declared that whoever gambled on Diwali night will mint wealth throughout the year. Just like the divine couple, you can also start this tradition in your home; even better you could start a tradition of organising a card party game with your family and friends in attendance.

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Make Time for Personal Gifts

Diwali is such a busy time, the home has to be cleaned and painted, new things bought for the house, organising sweets and Diwali gifts for everyone. The list really is quite endless. But in the midst of organising everything, take some time to buy sweet and sentimental gifts for your husband. You may be shopping together for household items and making gift boxes to distribute to friends and family, but the man in your life deserves a little something too.