Diviniti.ca, a division
of Shree Ram Enterprises, Canada, is the sole distributor for
Divinity products that make for a perfect gift idea.
Be it Diwali, Dusshera, Guru Purab,
Shivratri, Christmas, New Year, House warming, Birthday, Anniversaries
or any occasion – Diviniti gifts fit perfectly. Looking
for a gift for a friend, family or business associate, consider
Diviniti gifts make up a fresh idea,
portray intelligent branding, come in attractive packaging, and
have a ‘Divine’ touch that imbibes love in gift giving.
Diviniti has a vast product range
- images of Gods, Goddesses, Gurus and Deities for different religions,
faiths and beliefs. If you are looking for a particular image
that’s not shown on our web site, please
contact us, and let us know. We will endeavor to source it
We soon plan to launch separate online
stores featuring exclusive products on different world religions
and faith: Islam, Christianity …
The interview as reproduced below
with Mr. Gyanesh Paliwal of www.diviniti.ca
(S R Enterprises), Brampton Canada was published in the print
media - Toronto , Canada based monthly Magazine "Desi News" http://www.e-desinews.com/
Diviniti - This Gift is a Blessing!
Everyone's looking for the perfect gift. And come
the festive season, Mothers day , Fathers day, Valentines day
, Rakhi (Raksha Bandhan Gifts) Giftsgift-giving takes on a special
Brampton, Canada - Ontario based www.Diviniti.ca
(416 524 2658 - Shree Ram Enterprises) offers exquisite
24-carat gold plated images from almost every religion, in a wide
range to suit all tastes and fit all budgets.
"The gifts come in three categories," says
Gyanesh Paliwal, who is the sole distributor for the Diviniti
range of products.
The religious category has gifts and giveaways with
Hindu, Sikh, Muslim, Ismaili, Christian and Zoroastrian themes.
"Each category has further categories,"
says Paliwal. "Take the Hindu category. We have North Indian
deities and South Indian deities, and Sai Baba..."
Diviniti's business promotional gifts for multinational
corporations such as Pepsi, Fed Ex and Toyota, incorporate the
company's logo and message.
"I am very proud to tell you that Diviniti is
the official designated government supplier for Rashtra-pati Bhavan
(the official residence of the president of India) in India."
Diviniti products have been used and gifted by Indian
president APJ Abul Kalam Azad, ghazal singer Jagjit Singh, playback
singer Anuradha Paudwal and actors Sushmita Sen and Suneil Shetty,
and other high-profile individuals.
Diviniti also approached India's defence services
and said that plaques awarded posthumously to soldiers who have
laid down their lives for the nation should reflect the sacrifice.
The company now designs the plaques Indian defence services.
"We have also done medals for the US Army!"
says Paliwal who came to Canada in 2001 from New Delhi, where
he ran a very successful computer business with his wife Anshu.
They were the authorized channel partners for hp, IBM and Compaq.
Paliwal first took up a sales job to get a better grip on how
business worked here and then, in 2002, was ready to go into business
"We used to give Diviniti corporate gifts to
our clients in India. These are available in the US, UK, Australia,
Italy, Singapore and, of course, India, and we thought there was
a need for such products here."
All Diviniti products are 24 carat gold foil plated
and are made in Switzerland through a unique process that has
been patented by Diviniti.
There's a lifetime guarantee on the gold plating
against chipping or tarnish, but Paliwal claims proudly that strict
quality control ensures that they have not had to replace a product
"These gifts that will last forever range in
price from as low as $5 to $1000. For $7 you could have picked
up a unique Rakhi in August which your bhaiya could hang from
his cell phone later," says Paliwal.
Also for $5, one can pick up gold foil stickers for
invitation cards, or car frames, etc. And $1000 will get you very
large 3' by 2' images of deities.
With Thanksgiving, Ramzan or Ramadan, Dusshera, Diwali,
Eid, Christmas and New Year following each other in quick succession,
Paliwal lists the advantages of the Diviniti range.
"First, the look. It's very classy, very elegant.
Then, there's emotion attached to images of deities. If you know
someone who is, say, a devotee of Lord Shiva, he'll treasure a
framed, gold image."
One always wonders if the receiver will like a gift
and if he will keep it or re-gifts it to someone else. With Diviniti,
says Paliwal, you know they will keep it. Just as you know that
the chances of their having another gift like it are remote.
"These are unique. But more than that, it's
a wide range. If you give a Shiva pen stand this year, you can
give a Shiva
keychain the following year. Diviniti has the blueprint for new
and innovative products for the next 10 years and introduce new
items each month. So you'll never run out of ideas."
New for the festive season this year are candle jars.
These come with foil decorations with Lakshmi,
Swastika or Om
or Aum for Hindus, khanda
for Sikhs, and Allah and Makkah for Muslims. The jars are filled
with semi-precious stones and aromatic oil and make the perfect
New items in the corporate gifts range include table
accessories, mobile phone holders and white boards, etc. Diviniti
has recently introduced a white marble range with gold paintings.
Framed images are really popular as gifts with real
estate agents and mortgage brokers, says Paliwal.
"If they give a pen, it'll last at best for
a few months. A calendar? A year. If they give dinner sets, or
a chandelier, their clients may already have those or may not
like your taste and give them away. Many people, who depend on
referrals for business, lose clients because their contact info
wasn't readily available. Now they give Diviniti items which are
not only appreciated, their names and numbers are printed discreetly
at the back and protected by acrylic. Not only do clients appreciate
the fact that you respected their religion, but they also have
your contact info handy!"
Corporate gifts can be customized for orders of 50
and up. And one can also order an assortment, with different religions.
Each gift is beautifully packaged, so it'll travel
safe and comes in its own carry-bag.
"It's a complete gift solution," says Paliwal.
Gyanesh Paliwal of Diviniti can be contacted at 416-524-2658.
For locations of the outlets across the GTA where Diviniti products
are available, visit www.diviniti.ca
Diviniti is looking for sales people with contacts
in communities or in business community. Those interested should
A Paliwal @ 416-524-2658.