Let your dear ones in India celebrate Holi with Dry Fruits and Silver Puja Items

Holi is one of the important festivals of India. The festival is celebrated with great pomp and verve throughout the nation. It is observed on the full moon day in the Hindu month of Phalgun. The festival is known in various other names such as Spring Festival, Festival of Colors, Dol Jatra, Phagwah and Basantotsav. Though the celebration varies from state to state, the core essence of this festival remains same everywhere. Therefore, if you are wondering when is Holi in 2013, it is on 27th March.

As the festival approaches, the shops get filled with heaps of colorful abeer & gulal and pichkaris. Everyone starts buying gulal packets to celebrate the festival with joy and mirth. On the day of festival, children as well as elders apply gulal and splash holi waters on others. Delectable sweets such as motichoor laddu, kaju barfi, kesari peda etc and thandai are prepared at homes. Like in other festivals, in Holi too people exchange gifts to spread joy and happiness. Therefore, if you are thinking to send gifts to India on Holi then you can take the help of GiftstoIndia24x7.com.

This e-gifting portal showcases broad range of gifts for popular occasions and festivals. For the festival of Holi, you will avail attractive gifts such as pichkaris, gift hampers, chocolates, sweets etc in the ‘Holi Gifts’ section. Dry fruits and silver puja gift items are the perfect gifts that you can opt for your dear ones on Holi 2013.

The custom of sending dry fruits on any festival is quite popular these days. Hence, you can delight your dear ones on this festival by sending dry fruits as Holi gifts to India. Crunchy dry fruits that are available in this online portal are cashew nuts, raisins, almonds, pista and so on. Your dear one will definitely enjoy having these tasty dry fruits on Holi. You can avail these dry fruits in thalis and hampers. Each thali or hamper comes with mixed dry fruits. Some hampers or thalis also include chocolates and sweets. Moreover, before you send dry fruits to your dear one you must know his/her preference. If he/she is fond of cashew nuts you can surprise him/her by sending handful or box of cashew nuts. Send these dry fruits hampers as gifts to India and make the festival memorable.

Religious ceremonies are the core part of this festival. The festival begins with the Holika puja that is performed one day prior to the Holi festival. Therefore, you can make the event  more auspicious by sending silver puja accessories from this e-gifting portal. You can opt for attractive silver holy idols. In the ‘Idols’ section, you will avail holy idols of Gods and Goddesses such as Goddess Laxmi, Goddess Durga, Lord Ganesha and so on. The presence of these idols will definitely create holy ambiance within your dear one’s home.

You can even wish good luck, happiness and prosperity by sending precious silver coins. These coins come with the images of Lord Ganesha, Goddess Laxmi and Goddess Saraswati. Your dear one will be charmed to receive these coins as Holi gifts. Since various religious ceremonies are performed on this holy day, spiritual accessories such as silver thalis, bells, diyas, kalash etc will be ideal gifts.

Your dear one will definitely appreciate such wonderful gifts on Holi. Send these gifts to India on Holi and make the festival joyous.

Pooja Published: Feb 22, 2013 | Last Updated: Oct 30, 2019
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