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Holi the festival of colours is all about having fun and smear each other with colours. Let this festivity continue with amazing Holi Gifts for your loved ones in India.

Holi Gifts

Celebrate the colorful festival of Holi with startling gifts for loved one

Holi is the occasion when young and old rejoice in a colourful spirit. Holi fills our hearts with colours of happiness. In this section, we display a huge collection of exclusive Holi gifts that you can send to your family and friends in India. The gift array ranges from Holi thali to chocolates, flowers to apparels and many more. Spread the color of love by sending Gifts to India for your loved ones. Be the part of celebration and let your dear ones in India feel your presence as you shower your love and wishes through your gifts.

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When is Holi 2018?

Holi the festival of colours is celebrated on the month of Phalguna according to the Hindu Calendar. This year it will be celebrated on 2nd March. Holi marks the victory of the good over evil and also the time when winter ends and the spring season is welcomes. It is a time to play with colour and rejoice with your friends and family. Have delicious food, play fun games and have a good time.

Gifting Ideas for Holi

Holi is a time when friends and family exchange gifts among each other. Every young and old enjoys the gift exchange time and looks forward to it.
Holi is a time when you gift colours, pichkari and sweets to make the event more happening. You can also send other gifts like apparel, personal care products, cakes and chocolates. Gifts in Holi should be such that can be enjoyed by people and also make them happy.

What should one send as Holi Gifts to India

The festival of colours “HOLI” is a time to have fun and a good time with family and friends. It is a time when people give gifts to each other. Since you are far from your family doesn’t have to mean that you cannot send gifts to your loved ones. Even being far from your loved ones you can send them holi gifts like Sweets, different colours to play holi with, pichkaris for young and old. Apart from this you can also send them chocolates, cakes, dry fruits. All of these gifts you can send to your family through and deliver the gifts to India for your family and friends.

How is the festival of Holi Celebrated

The festival of Holi starts one day before with the ritual of Holika Dahan, where people gather around a bonfire and perform traditional rituals to destroy the evil within us. This day is also known as Choti Holi. Next day the festival of colors is celebrated, every person either young, old or kids, throw and smear colors on each other, drench each other with pichkaris. People play holi with their friends and family, holi is always played in open streets and also in temples. It becomes more fun when drums and music is played and everyone dances and sing along to have an amazing time. After playing holi friends and family get together to have delicious food and holi delicacies. Holi is a day that is celebrated with lots of spirit, fun and colors.

Top Selling Gifts for Holi

On the occasion of Holi family and friends exchange gifts among each other, and to continue this tradition even when you are far away from them brings to exclusive gifts on the occasion of Holi. The top most sellings gifts on the occasion of holi are

  • Sweets - As a traditional Indian festival, Holi celebration will be incomplete without traditional sweets. has in store a range of delicious Indian sweets, that you can deliver to your friends and family in India and add sweetness to their celebration.
  • Colors (Gulal) - Holi without colors is impossible, hence has in store different shades of colour, that you can send to your loved ones in India and celebrate the occasion of Holi even being far away from them.
  • Pichkari - A gift to make the occasion of Holi more fun, you can gift this pichkari to a kid or even an adult so that they can have a good time. We have in store range of good quality pichkari that you can send to your loved ones in India.