Celebrate Diwali

Use Gift Hero to connect with friends and family from far away.

Joni McNeal
Oct 31, 2018 · 2 min read
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There are other parties to plan this holiday season. Don’t forget about Diwali November 7th! You still have time to put together a Gift Hero wish list for all your celebration of lights needs.

No celebration is complete without food, so get your table ready with an Indian cookbook, coconut chum chum, and laddu sweets.

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Outfit your home with a Diwali banner, Rangoli craft kit, and gold favor boxes.

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