- Category: Miscellaneous
- #596943Some wealthy and rich people who invite their function in their invitation cards itself keep words like "Gifts are not accepted. " For such functions there is no need of giving any gifts. Functions of the level of Ministers, Collectors and very high officials there is no need of giving any gifts. One can give gifts if they are very close relatives, friends, neighbors even though they are very rich according to our budget. If you think we cannot come to their status in choosing a gift for them better give an idol of God of good quality.
- #596945Mr.Mohan, I feel gift is a gift. It depends on our capacity and the relation with others. If a rich relative calls us for a party, when we attend we will take a gift as per our budget and fit into the occassion. I feel we need not give costly gifts which we can not afford even the others are very rich. For all occasions a good flower bouquet will be a nice gift.
At the same time we need not expect rich gifts when we call rich people for functions in our houses.
- #596978I know a gift is a gift but we should match our gift with their stature , otherwise we become dwarfed in front of others ?
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
- #596983According to me, invitations given with halfminded will never be served on any occasion. Whether wealthy or middle or poor class the really intended people only invite others without any bias. Those who sees the relationship in real sense only will extend their invitation. Gift etc., are according to our own interest. Monetary offer will never upto their satisfaction. For that we cannot offer our gift to their expectation or capacity. Many people call the relatives and friends through their invitation only for the relationship maintaining purpose.