Best Karwa Chauth Sargi Gifts for Daughter-in-law

Karwa Chauth is rapidly approaching, so if you haven’t already begun your Karwa Chauth gift buying, now is the time. For those who are unfamiliar with this holy one-day holiday, Karwa Chauth is a married women’s festival observed primarily in the Northern area of India. To commemorate this occasion, all married women are reported to fast to pray for their husband’s health and long life. These ladies are not allowed to eat or drink anything for the entire day until the moon rises, at which point they are allowed to break their fast by catching a glimpse of their husband through a sieve. As is customary, a large Karwa Chauth pooja thali and some special sargi presents are brought to these married ladies from their mother-in-house law’s before they begin their daylong fast. These large presents to bahu or daughter-in-law usually consist of a variety of healthful yet stomach-filling food items that the lady must consume before sunrise. 

Some people prefer to make their karwa Chauth gifts, while others prefer to buy karwa Chauth sargi online. Let’ read about the gifts for your daughter in law to give in honor of your son’s health:

1. Indian Sweets

Sending your daughter-in-law some delectable desi sweets along with her Karwa Chauth Sargi is a certain way to win her heart. Whether or not she is a fan of Indian sweets, she will be delighted to get a box/can full of Rasgullas, Gulab Jamuns, Kaju Katlis, Burfis, and other goodies on an auspicious occasion like Karwa Chauth.

2. God/ Goddess Idol

Given that Karwa Chauth is a celebration marked by the devotion of Goddess Parvati, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesh, and Lord Kartikeya, giving a god/goddess idol makes perfect sense. You send her a beautiful god/goddess idol to rain Almighty’s blessings on her as she wants Almighty’s blessings on this day for your son.

3. Personal Care/Grooming Essentials

Every married woman wants to look her best on important occasions like Karwa Chauth, which is why grooming and personal care basics would make a wonderful large gift. You can either construct a package of grooming / personal care basics from a brand you’ve seen her use or buy an already-made grooming kit off the shelf.

4. Piece of Jewellery

This Karwa Chauth, a magnificent piece of jewelry would make a wonderful large gift for your beloved lovely daughter-in-law. She would enjoy it as much as any other girl who enjoys being pampered with a great piece of jewelry.

5. Personalised Karwa Chauth Gifts

Who doesn’t want to be pampered with something that is currently trending or has been sweeping the internet? Isn’t that true for everyone? That’s why we recommend sending her a personalized karwa Chauth sargi gift. You might give her a modest customized keychain, photo frame, or any other personalized present that you think would be appropriate for this event.

6. Suhagan Essentials

Because the entire event is centered on married women, giving her some Suhagan (married women basics) will be ideal for brightening up her fasting day. You might give her a henna purse, sindoor (vermilion), comb, or other similar items.

7. Accessories

She may have a plethora of lovely sarees and salwar outfits, but she may be missing the right accessories to go with them. To bring out her inner-diva, you can give her trendy belts, bags, watches, and jewelry.

8. Chocolate Bouquet

If she’s still young at heart, a chocolate bouquet filled with gorgeous flowers and delicious chocolates of her choosing would be ideal for large presents. You can have a gorgeous chocolate bouquet made by your florist, complete with fresh flowers and tasty chocolates.

9. Karwa Chauth Plant

In the same manner that your daughter-in-law looks after your son, a plant would look after her. Every girl is a natural nurturer, which is why a Karwa Chauth plant, whether it’s jade, lucky bamboo, or anything else, would make a wonderful large gift.

10. Dry Fruit Assortment

She will be fasting all day for your son, so make sure she eats something stomach-filling and nourishing like cashews, pistachios, almonds, raisins, and other dry fruits.

So, what are you going to choose?