Are you still on the hunt to find that perfect gift for that friend or relative this holiday season? Maybe that niece or nephew of yours who happens to be obsessed with Frozen but you're a little over playing the role of Anna?
Look no further, Bharat Babies has a round up of some of our favorite gifts for those little ones in our lives that are, of course, inspired by India. So without further adieu, here are our top ten gifts for this holiday season that are inspired by India.
1. Gnaana's Das Avatar Puzzle: So we've been obsessed with Gnaana blog and their shop for kids long before we had some of their own. So many of our gifted nieces and nephews have one of their Das Avatar puzzles and Gnaana just revamped them in time for the holidays. This 24-piece jigsaw puzzle is the perfect present for that two year old in your life who is just learning to manipulate large pieces. Priced at $19.00, it's budget friendly too! Hurry, this puzzle price is going back to $24.99 come the new year though so grab a couple of sets for your friends and family! Price $19.00
2. Salam Shop's Muslim Heros: We LOVE these culturally sensitive and diverse super heroes. Handcrafted in accordance to Islamic beliefs, these little super heroes do not have any facial features except for slit for eyes. We love these little plush and like think our Bharat Babies friends Amal and Youseff would totally love them. Price CAD $19.00
3. Festive Root's Subscription: If you've been following Bharat Babies this past week, you will have seen the pictures of Ojo and our founder playing with Festive Root's Diwali kits. We love their mission and purpose and their craft boxes are a great way to expose children to many different cultures. We're obsessed with their Trunks of India kit and are hoping Santa will bring one this way! You can save five dollars off your purchase using the code BHARAT2015. Price: Varies based on box.
4. Bharat Babies Memory Game: Ok, so we'd be amiss if we didn't include a Bharat Babies something in this list. We're loving our memory game this holiday season. The perfect stocking stuffer, this 32 piece game is ideal for kids two and older. Head over to our site to purchase and you'll receive it in time for the holiday season! Price: $17.99
5. Masala Baby's Padma Leaf Medalion Tunic: Are you looking for the perfect little outfit for that holiday photo under the Christmas Tree? Look no further. We love Masala Baby and all their clothing, especially this Padma Leaf Medalion Tunic which is the perfect shade of Christmas Green! Price $60.00
6. Salam Shop's Arabic Flash Cards: Another amazing product that features words in Arabic and beautiful pictures. We love these for their simplicity, durability and ability to teach little ones their native language. Price CAD $14.00
7. Varnam's Gyaani Goobe Stackers: Since being introduced to Varnam's collection while visiting India last year, the Bharat Babies team has been obsessed. Our CEO's daughter Ojo plays with the Gyaani Goobe stacker everyday and loves to tell stories about these owls. Hand crafted in India these toys are an amazing addition to any household and visually beautiful. Price Rs.900 ships only within India
8. Culturally Inclined Production's Desi Chaat: Do you have an older cousin, niece or nephew you're still shopping for? Maybe a friend who loves Bollywood? Look no further. Desi Chaat's game hits the spot! This game is fun for the whole family and produced right here in the United States. Price $22.50
9. Bhumarookids' Little India Kit: Oh man! How cute is this little kit? An activity book, matching games, crafts all inspired by India. Perfect for that little cousin who is visiting the house and not quite old enough to play Desi Chaat! Price $20.00
10. Little West Street's Luxury Bedding: Are you looking to spoil that little bundle of joy in your life? Look no further than Little West Street's luxury bedding collection. We're obsessed with their gardenia collections and their color remind us just a little bit of our own brand! Price: varies
So that's our round up this holiday season. What other gifts do you love to give that are inspired by India?