Diwali is the festival of lights and is widely celebrated across the world with the exchange of gifts, wearing new clothes, buying new things for the home, bursting of crackers, and spending quality time with family and friends. While the latter is the ultimate tool to long-lasting joy because it means filling your heart with happy memories, all the other items on the list require some careful introspection before you make the plunge – especially if you are a corporate company buying Diwali gifts.
While enough videos (from Anmol Garg to Shraddha Jain) are doing the rounds thrashing companies for giving away cheap and useless gifts doused with oodles of sarcasm, none of them are actually offering you a solution or any insight into what could be a good way to go about choosing gifts for the season. It is time you become aware of the unfortunate fate your gifts meet with, if you are a buyer of hundreds / thousands of gifts each Diwali – for your teams and clients.
Diwali spends accelerate the flow of cash in the economy and the flow of trash into the landfills.