15 Quirky Gifts Under ₹2500 For The Book Lover In Your Life

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What is the best gift for someone who loves books? Books, books and more books because there can never be enough, right? While that is most definitely true, there are a few other things they might enjoy. I’m not saying I’m an expert but having being nicknamed a bookworm nearly half my life, I do know a thing or two about what would make a unique, functional, and most importantly non-childish gift for a bibliophile. Read on to see what they are.

1. LED reading light

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All book lovers DON’T wear glasses but all readers need adequate lighting to read. So this battery-powered reading light is really handy as it can be installed on the ceiling or even the car roof. Also, how cool would this be on a bookshelf lighting up all the books? #DecorHack

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2. Blanket with sleeves

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This is a MOOD. A weekend-cozily-snuggling-up-with-a-book mood.

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3. Book lamp

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Looks like a book when closed (or folded) but transforms into this gorgeous lamp when opened. IMHO the best part is that it has no cords that need to be plugged so it can be carried around wherever we want.

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4. Stainless Steel Bookmarks

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Bookmarks made of paper and cardboard are a bit cliche but this one is quite unusual (and cute ❤️) and it says ‘Turn The Page’.

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5. Graphic tee

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A book a day keeps the people away 😂 Come on, this is so good!

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6. Harry Potter-inspired jewellery that adults can actually wear!

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Potterheads most certainly appreciate gifts that represent stuff like the deathly hallows, time turners, the snitch from Quidditch, sorting hat etc but they must be wearable/usable and not just decorative.

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7. Harry Potter music box

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So adorable! I love the old-school charm this one has, don’t you?

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8. Collectible vinyl figurines

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Hopping from one fandom to another, those who enjoyed reading ‘The Song of Ice and Fire’ by George RR Martin might fancy a Jon Snow figurine. Or one of the Night King sitting on the Iron Throne.

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9. Game of Thrones-inspired stationery set

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For the love of letter writing *Sigh*

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10. Game of Cards

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Some (not all) book lovers might be introverts but everyone enjoys a good game with their friends. Such a fun option at sleepovers.

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11. Charms bracelet

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I promise this is the last GoT related gift 😛 Some charms have ‘Valar Morghulis’ and ‘Winter is Coming’ while others are House sigils and the Hand of the King pin.

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12. Bookplates

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Each of these has a quote by famous authors like Jane Austen, Johnathan Swift, and Samuel Johnson. Perfect for someone with a home library.

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13. Sherlock Holmes book set

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Watching Millie Bobby Brown as ‘Enola Holmes’ was great, Benedict Cumberbatch as ‘Sherlock’ was even better but reading the work of Arthur Conan Doyle is just something else. My personal favourite has to be ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’.

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14. Novels by Munshi Premchand

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A set of 8 Hindi classics that have stood the test of time. This might remind you of school but reading without the pressure of exams makes a book more interesting. Give it a shot.

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15. The Robert Langdon series

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Seven novels by Dan Brown (Angels And Demons, The Da Vinci Code, The Lost Symbol, Inferno, Origin, Digital Fortress, and Deception Point) because any bibliophile worth their salt will tell you books are better than their movie adaptations.

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