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Articles of March,2016
Jamshedi Navroz

Wish your dear ones Jamshedi Navroz with delectable snacks and sweets

In this era of so-called modernization and urbanization, most of the family members live separately (hundreds, or even thousands of miles away) from their loved ones. But with the help of this trustworthy online shopping portal catering to worldwide customers you can send gifts to India easily. In t...

Holi Gifts

Top 5 Gift Ideas on Holi

The festival of colours is quite near and everyone is busy in their preparations for this grand event. All the essentials that are required for Holi are being arranged by everyone along with the delicacies that are associated with this festival. This festival was originally a Hindu religious event b...

Holi Gifts

Gift Hampers to Delight your Dear Ones on Holi

Holi - the most colorful and joyful celebration event in India that brings a vibe that is full of happiness and positivity; an event where you must send colorful and positive gifts to your loved ones and friends in India. This is an event where you can send cakes to India, as sending sweets on this ...

Baisakhi Hampers

Amazing gift hampers can cherish your loved ones on Baisakhi

Baisakhi is celebrated every year on 13-14th April in Punjab, India. It marks the beginning of Punjabi New Year. On the event of Baisakhi, devotees show gratitude towards the Almighty for granting them with good harvest. Baisakhi is celebrated by feasting, traditional dancing, enjoying fairs and fol...

Gifts for him

Gifts for him on Baisakhi

Baisakhi is celebrated every year on 13-14th April in Punjab, India. It marks the beginning of Punjabi New Year. Traditionally on these days, people pay their tributes to almighty and engross themselves in various activities such as dancing, eating, fairs etc. On this day the Sikh guru Guru Gobind S...

Baisakhi Gifts

Popular Gift Ideas for Baisakhi

Baisakhi is basically the harvest festival of Punjab and its neighbouring regions like Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. This festival also marks the beginning of the Punjabi New Year and is mainly celebrated by the followers of Sikh and Hindu religions. However, with the course of time, the members of ...

Gifts for her

Make her smile on Baisakhi with top 5 gift items

Baisakhi is celebrated every year on 13-14th April in Punjab, India. It marks the beginning of Punjabi New Year. Traditionally on these days, people pay their tributes to almighty and engross themselves in various activities such as dancing, eating, fairs etc. On this day the Sikh guru Guru Gobind S...

Baisakhi Banner

Make Baisakhi celebration grand with tasty chocolates and healthy dry fruits

Baisakhi is celebrated every year on 13-14th April in Punjab, India. It marks the beginning of Punjabi New Year. On the event of Baisakhi, devotees show gratitude towards the Almighty for granting them with good harvest. Baisakhi is celebrated by feasting, traditional dancing, enjoying fairs and fol...

Easter Gifts

Cherish Your Loved Ones on Easter with Exclusive Gift Hampers

Easter is just around the corner and everyone is busy making preparations for this merry event. However, if you are away from your family and friends due to work or other reasons, then you must be missing out on all this. The only way you can make this day special for your dear ones is by sending on...

Baisakhi 2016

Delectable sweets: The best way to add glory to Baisakhi

Baisakhi is celebrated every year on 13-14th April in Punjab, India. It marks the beginning of Punjabi New Year. On the event of Baisakhi, devotees show gratitude towards the Almighty for granting them with good harvest. Baisakhi is celebrated by feasting, traditional dancing, enjoying fairs and fol...

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