Arjun Bijlani: On this auspicious day, I plan not only to buy some gold, but to do something for the needy. I plan to go to orphanage and treat them to some really good food.
Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya: I will be buying a gold coin this Dhanteras because I think that’s the best way to invest money. This is my first Dhanteras after marriage, so it’s even more special.
Shivin Narang : I have been planning to buy a phone for a while now, but I decided to wait until Dhanteras as this day is auspicious . In tune with tradition, I will buy a gold ring too.
Deepika Singh : For me, on Dhanteras it is important that I buy something in gold. Could be jewellery or coins... what exactly I’ll decide when I actually go shopping, but it’s going to be gold for sure.
Ssharaad Malhotraa: Like every year, this year, too, I look forward to buying something for the house, may be an artifact, a painting, cutlery, or perhaps a piece of furniture. Last year, I bought some gold because the markets appeared to be doing really well, and everyone said it would be a great time to invest. This year, maybe I’ll go for a a silver chain instead, since I don’t own a single one.
Vivian Dsena: I will buy gold biscuits this Dhanteras. Gold is considered lucky and gives me a positive feeling too, so this is something I do every year. I also look at it as a form of investment. It’s not just about money but the emotions attached to what I buy on this auspicious occasion.
Hunar Hale : This is going to be my first Dhanteras after my wedding. We have made a huge investment in our house in Mumbai in terms of setting it up, but as a ritual, I plan to buy two silver coins this year and hope to continue doing that every year.
Karan Patel : Every year, my mother buys something for Dhanteras and now since I have got married I, will also buy something this year. It is going to be a one silver coin and one gold coin.