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Diwali Gifts to India 2014

Diwali is one of the most popular festivals of India, celebrated with great pomp and show. The celebration is marked by lighting up candles, burning crackers, exchanging sweets and ofcourse, Gifts. We, at, offers you to send different kind of Diwali Gifts to India. From Earthen Diyas to Candles, from Puja Thali to Wall Hanging, our multiple gifting items will enthrall your dear ones in India with sheer beauty and elegance. Your prayers to the Almighty, wishing prosperity and good health of the loved ones in India on the auspicious occasion of Diwali, will be best upheld with gifts. Send Gifts to India make your presence felt from miles away.

Diwali Puja Thali

The pious festival of Diwali is all about lights, decorations, sweets, crackers, gifts and most importantly, the Lakshmi-Ganesh Puja. Send Diwali Puja Thali to wish ‘Prosperity and Happiness’ to your loved ones and make the festival even more joyous .

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Diwali Sweets

It goes without saying that no occasion or festival is complete without sweets. Moreover sweets are considered to be auspicious. Hence send Diwali Sweets on this auspicious occasion and add charm to the festivity.

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Diwali Mugs

Launches a great range of Diwali Personalized Mugs. You can imprint these mugs with some images of your loved ones and make the gift precious. Gifting these personalized mugs would definitely add charm to any occasion or festival.

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Why Us?

  • has an experience of 14+ years in delivering Gifts to India.
  • For Diwali 2014, we have hand picked exclusive Diwali gifts from across India.
  • For Diwali 2014, we bring for you a wide collection of Diyas, Rangolis and Assorted Sweets.
  • We strictly follow the rule of - "Customer is the King" and have satisfied customers from all parts of the globe.
  • realises how important timely delivery of Diwali gift is.
  • We understand the emotions associated when you send Diwali gifts to India and will ensure that your Diwali gifts to India reach on time.

Customer Testimonials

  • Thank you for the on time delivery

    Thank you for the on time delivery, service is appreciated.

    Ragesh Damodaran, Cupertino, USASent Diwali Gifts to Kolkata, India on 07 11 2013

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  • Best Service ever Received

    I am really happy that I have chosen this website to send gifts to India. I had ordered homemade chocolates and a Fasttrack watch. Even my family was so happy after receiving the surprise. 
    When you sent my gift through Bluedart, it did not reach my family on the date selected but when I got in touch with the customer service and told them about the issue they took immediate action to find out the problem and provide me all information about it. This was...

    Hardik Shah, Hanover Park, USASent Diwali Gifts to Petlad, India on 29 10 2013

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  • No Compromise in Quality

    The service provided by is excellent. They have supplied the item within the schedule and there is no compromise in the quality. The service is great and I am satisfied with their service.
    But they should also start the COD service as this could make them more easier to get the orders from other customers also who are here for the first time to win their faith.

    Kiron Roy, Bhilai, IndiaSent Diwali Gifts to Bhillai, India on 02 11 2013

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  • Excellent Delivery For Diwali.

    I had sent a dry fruit thali to my dear ones in India and was very happy with their delivery. It was done on time and the dry fruits were crunchy. I would recommend this website to everyone as I have always had a good experience with them. 

    Ashwini Kumar, New York, USASent Diwali Gifts to Ghaziabad, India on 11 11 2012

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  • Great Quality of Products.

    I have been extremely satisfied with the service this website provides. Their customer care was very helpful and guided me to successfully place my order. They delivery good quality products and thus spread happiness on the occasion of Diwali.
    I will be placing more orders in future and would recommend everyone to do so as well.


    Jawahar Soundararajan, Novi, USASent Diwali Gifts to Chennai, India on 02 11 2012

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Articles under Diwali

  • 15 OctTop Five Diwali Gift Ideas

    Posted On: Wed, Oct, 15, 2014

    Diwali, ‘the festival of lights’ brings superabundant joy in our lives. It commemorates the victory of virtue and righteousness over evil. Observed on the new moon night of the Indian month of Kartik, this auspicious occasion is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour throughout the country. The day holds huge significance in all the religions making the festival comprehensive and a nationwide celebration. Every household is decorated with rangolis and diyas as young children remain engrossed in burning crackers. On this propitious occasion, people visit their relatives and friends to house to wish each other’s health and prosperity. If you are unable to be with...

  • 15 Brings Exquisite Diyas & Rangolis to Brighten up this Diwali

    Posted On: Wed, Oct, 15, 2014

    Diwali is the festival of spreading joy and hope. It is celebrated by Indians across the globe with great enthusiasm. This gala carnival is believed to be the celebration of eradicating darkness with the light of virtue. According to mythological stories, Lord Rama returned to his kingdom after killing the demon king Ravana on this auspicious day ending his 14 years long exile. His subjects illuminated his entire kingdom with diyas to welcome him a grand manner. This Diwali, has brought a dazzling collection of diyas and decorative rangolis to brighten up the interior of your loved ones. The diyas in our collection are available in delightful designs and shapes. ...

  • 21 OctDiwali Gifting - Tradition vs Technology

    Posted On: Mon, Oct, 21, 2013

    Diwali is one of the most significant, exuberant and brightest festivals in India that unifies every home, every heart, every religion and people of all age groups. The word Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Deepavali’ which means ‘rows of light’. It symbolizes the victory of good over evil and the ‘light’ signifies the righteous illumination of our inner souls marking the end of the darkness of ignorance. Among all Indian communities, exchanging gifts hold a significant tradition. When the occasion is as exuberant and jubilant as Diwali, this tradition of exchanging gifts between family, friends, relatives and neighbours becomes the quintessen...

  • 15 SepAttractive thalis for Diwali 2012 arranged at

    Posted On: Sat, Sep, 15, 2012

    Deepawali or Diwali, the ‘festival of light’ is one of the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals and occasions. There are various legends behind the origin of Diwali or ''Deepawali.'' Some consider it to be the celebration of the marriage of Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu whereas in West Bengal the festival of Diwali is dedicated to Maa Kali, the Goddess of strength. Laxmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity and Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed God, the symbol of Good Luck and Wisdom, are also worshiped in most Hindu homes on this day. In Jainism, Deepawali has an added significance to the event of Lord Mahavira attaining the eternal bliss of nirvana. Diwali also comme...

  • 12 SepSend Sweets and Dryfruits as Diwali Gifts to India

    Posted On: Wed, Sep, 12, 2012

    Festivals are celebrated with great fun and enthusiasm by all especially Indians whether they reside in their homeland or are settled abroad due to their professional commitments. Holi, Raksha Bandhan, Dussehra, Lohri are some well known Indian festivals. Amongst these, Diwali is by far the most popular as it is celebrated not only by the people of the Hindu community but also Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs. Observed in mid October-November, this year it has fallen on 13th November if you are wondering as to when is Diwali in 2012. This festival lasts for five days beginning from Dhanteras and ending with Bhai Dooj. Decorating one’s home with colorful rangolis, flowers and lightening up...

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