Remember, no matter what your grandma's age is, she is still a girl at heart and a woman can never get too old to appreciate or like jewelry, especially when it is gifted by a loved one. It is considered highly auspicious to gift jewelry on Diwali; therefore, get her a graceful and elegant piece of jewelry, such as a pendent with yours and her photo or a sleek gold or silver chain for her spectacles, so that she can keep them around her neck in style. You can also give pretty studs for her ears. What's more, you can get her a charming jewelry box, if she keeps forgetting her trinkets here and there. This gift will certainly let her know how precious she is to you.
This Diwali, go nostalgic and gift your adorable grandmother with a gift that she will cherish forever. Get your family members dig through all your old photographs and compile an elaborate collection of all the Diwalis that your grandma has celebrated, right from the time she got married to your grandfather, with her children to with her grandchildren. Gift this custom-made family Diwali album to her so that she can look through it and walk down the happy memory lane, whenever she wishes to.
Diwali is a wonderful occasion for you to present your grandma with a new set of clothes. It could be an elegant sari or an intricately embroidered shawl. Make sure to buy either in graceful colors that suit your grandma's personality and taste. Besides these, with the onset of winters after Diwali, you can also gift a refined cardigan or woolen footwear that will keep her warm through the winters and constantly remind her of the warmth of your love. If you have some embroidery skills, then you could present her with a colorful hand embroidered handkerchief as well. Believe it or not, it will be her most cherished possession.
Books are definitely a great gifting option, this Diwali season, for one and all, especially the elderly. Gift a great read to your grandma this festive season. If she has a religious bent of mind, you can present her with epics like Ramayana, Bhagwat Geeta, Vishnu Purana, etc. However, if she still loves experimenting with her culinary skills, then you can get her a cookbook that has various international recipes. Also, make sure that you taste the food she cooks from it and appreciate her effort wholeheartedly.
Diwali is a sacred time, a time of self contemplation and worship of Goddess Lakshmi, who is believed to be the deity of wealth and prosperity, along with Lord Ganesha, who is said to be the bestower of wisdom and knowledge. Thus, presenting your grandma with charming idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi is a wonderful idea. You can get these divine idols in various materials at the market, right from plush white marble statues to metal figurines. Gifting these statues is considered highly auspicious on Diwali.