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Indian Festivals

Celebrates Various Indian FestivalsIndia is a land of Unity in Diversity. With its vast geographical spread and socio cultural diversity, the country celebrates various festivals and days in a year.Many festivals celebrate the various harvests, commemorate great historical figures and events, while many express devotion to the deities of different religions. Every festival be it, Eid, Valentines day, christmas, holi or Diwali is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm and unlimited gusto. There is festive spirit in the air round the year in India. Be it cultural or religious or political in nature, it gives everyone an opportunity to enjoy and join the festivity. Festival is the time to rejoice, have fun and engage in a lot of gifts exchanging. Young and the old from across the world connect to thier roots back home with gifts as the most reliable conveyor of emotions. Lets indulge inthe celebration of life, forgetting our woos and worries and send gifts to India.

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  • Navratri


    The term 'Navratri' means nine nights. During these nine nights and ten days, different divine forms of Mother Goddess, regarded as the Shakti or Devi, are worshiped, all through out the country. Navratri is celebrated in different regions of the country with a lot of pep and vigor. In Western India, particularly in the state of Gujarat, Navratri is celebrated with the famous Garba dance, while in North India, Navratri is celebrated with much fervor by fasting on all nine days and worshiping the Mother Goddess in her different forms. The celebration of Navratri is not only confined to India, rather, Indian communities residing in many parts of the world including UK and USA, celebrate this festival with great pomp. The articles in this section talk about the Navratri celebrations, and the various gifts that can be sent during this festival.

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  • Eid


    Eid is the festival of the Muslim fraternity all over the world, but today it is celebrated with heightened enthusiasm and celebration across all sections of the society. The word 'Eid' is taken from the Arabic word ‘oud'; or ‘the return'; to signify, well, the return of Eid each year. The festival is significant as much for its timing as for its religious implications. It is celebrated after the fasting month of Ramzan (the ninth month of the Muslim year), on the first day of the Shavval month of the Hijri year (Muslim year). It is believed that the Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed in the month of Ramzan. People engage themselves in a lot of fun fare, celebration and enjoyment during Eid. Clad in brand new attires, they hug each other wishing Happy Eid or Eid Mubarak. They also exchange gifts in huge numbers. Gifts play an important role in Eid celebration by bridging the gap created by distance. Through gifts convey the warm Eid wishes across miles.

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  • Holi


    Holi is one of the most significant national festival in India. It is also known as 'festival of colors', 'phagwah' and 'Basanta-Utsav'. But nowadays, the whole world experiences the grand and magnificent celebration of Holi with full vim and brio. Though the customs, traditions and rituals of this festival vary from place to place, the core essence of Holi remains same everywhere. The word 'Holi' draws one universal picture in everybody's mind, that is, towns and city-streets painted with various color patches. Men and women get drenched in color and smear gulal on each other's faces, kids running here and there with pichkaris in one hand and bucket in the other hand. People from every sphere of the social arena gathers and takes part in this vigorous celebration. This carnivalesque bash and merry-making ends with exchanging gifts. Through gifts, people convey warm wishes and blessings. Holi brings the fresh air of affection to our mundane lives.

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  • Easter


    Easter is the most important festival for Christians the world over. According to the various scriptures, it is believed Jesus was resurrected from the dead on the third day after his Crucifixion. Christians from the world over celebrate this resurrection by gifting their loved ones and spending the entire day with friends and family. This day is famous for Easter eggs that are gifted to one's loved ones signifying a new beginning. Children, elders have a gala time on this day. Not only this day, the entire Easter week is celebrated with various rituals and customs. But no matter what the customs are, the inherent essence of family bonds are highlighted in this festival of love.

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  • Baisakhi


    The Festival of Baisakhi, is celebrated in Punjab. Baisakhi is celebrated with all zest and show. The performance of bhangra and gidda dance fills the atmosphere with the festive spirit. Women dress themselves in traditional gidda dress, while men deck in customary Bhangra attire. The lush green meadows, with pulses and vegetables ready to be harvested, set the ambiance for celebrating the the joyous festival of Baisakhi. Baisakhi also commemorates the establishment of the Khalsa (pure) order for the Sikhs. Thus, on the occasion of Baisakhi, all the gurudwaras across India hold prayer meetings. A long procession then follows which witnesses singing of sacred hymns, rhythmic chanting of mantras like Bole so nihal!' 'Deg teg fateh!' and 'Sat nam' and 'Wahe guru. Traditional Punjabi folk dances - the Gidda and Bhangra are also performed during the procession. Like other Indian festivals, Baisakhi also is the time for merrymaking and exchanging gifts. Sending gifts on this auspicious occasion will convey the hearty wishes, love and regards. The articles in the section discusses about the customs and legends of Baisakhi festival and the varying gifting ideas for the occasion.

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  • Bihu


    Bihu is the main festival of Assam. The Festival of Bihu is synonymous with joy, jubilance and merry-making. In a year there are three Bihu festivals in Assam -Rongali Bihu, Kongali Bihu and Bhogali Bihu or Magh Bihu. Rongali Bihu which is also called as Bohag Bihu, is considered as the most important as well as popular Bihu among the three. It is the Spring Festival that is celebrated in the middle of April. It marks the beginning of the agricultural season. This grand festival is also synonymous with different gifts. The articles in this section discusses about the different aspects of Bihu festival the varying gifts that can be exchanged in this auspicious occasion.

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  • Bengali New Year

    Bengali New Year

    Bengali New Year, popularly known as "Pohela Boishakh", Poila Baisakh or Poila Boisakh, is celebrated with great show by the people of West-Bengal and Dhaka. The bengali community in Assam and Tripura also celebrates the dawn of New year with jubilance. The first day in the Bengali Calender, Poila Boisakh is marked by different cultural programmes. It is an auspicious day for staring new ventures and businesses. Traders purchase new accounting books (haalkhata) and accounts are opened on this day. Bengali New Year is also synonymous with gifts. On this day, people clad themselves in new garments and sweets and other delicacies are exchanged amongst the near and dear ones. The articles in this section discuss about the different gifts that one may send to his family and friends on this auspicious occasion.

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  • Akshay Tritiya

    Akshay Tritiya

    Celebrated on the third day of Shukla Paksha of the month of Vaisakha, Akshaya Tritiya is considered to be one of the auspicious occasion for the Hindu communities. There are different beliefs associated with the occasion and certain mythological significance are also etched with it. The term 'Akshaya' means never diminishing or imperishable. According to the popular beliefs, on the momentous occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, ventures or a new business if inititaed continues to grow and yields prosperity. It is also believed that any kind of investments made on this day prosper wealth. Decked in new attires, people worship Lord Krishna and his different Avatars. Worshipping Goddess Laxmi, the Goddess of wealth, is also a common ritual of the day. An auspicious occasion, people invests on gold and silver items on Akshaya Tritiya. Sweets and other delicacies are exchanged between the people. Sweets hamper, Dry Fruit Thalis, Silver and Gold Items are presented to the dear ones as gifts. The articles in this section essentially discuss about the varying gifts that offers, especially for the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya.

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  • Janmashtami


    Sri Krishna Janmashtami or Krishnashtami, according to Hindu belief, is held to be the birthday of Lord Sri Krishna. Lord krishna is believed to be the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. On this day, everybody is jubilant to the extent and celerbrates day with lots of zest and fervor. There are various traditions and customs that are followed in this auspicious occasion. The devotees are tradiionally dressed and the raas or dance is also done. Many devotees take part in this joyous celebration with spiritual fervor. The delicious dishes and delicacies are offered to the Lord. Janmashtami is charecterized by overwhelming and boundless joy. On this pious occasion, send gifts to your dear ones and add to the joy. The articles in this section discuss about the different aspects of this holy festival. The articles also ennumerate in details the essence of this festival varying gifts and the gift ideas that are offered by

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  • Ganesh Chaturthi

    Ganesh Chaturthi

    Ganesh Chaturthi is a Hindu festival, celebrated with all vim and brio, prominently in Maharastra as well as in some other Indian states. Ganesh Chaturthi falls on the fourth day of the Hindu month of Bhadrapada. It is believed that on this date Lord Ganesha, the God of wealth, prosperity and wisdom was born. This auspicious day witnesses beautifully sculpted Ganesha idols being worshipped in homes and mandaps. Various cultural events are also held and a jubilant mood engulfs all. Even the farewell journey sees huge processions, accompanied by drumbeats and trumpets' sounds buzzing the air. The cheerful procession shouts aloud "Ganapati Bappa Maurya" as the idols are immersed in the water. On the pious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, gifting forms an integral part. Presenting spiritual gifts, sweets and gifting new apparels to the members of the family are few of the typical traditions of this festival. In the articles below, you can go through the various gifting ideas for this occasion. You can also find how easily you can send online gifts to India on Ganesh Chaturthi through

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  • Durga Puja

    Durga Puja

    Being one of the most overhyped Hindu festival, Durga Puja is celebrated with enough pomp and pleasure all throughout India. Though the festival has its roots in the eastern parts of the country, today Durga Puja scripts a gala jubilation across the continents. It is celebrated annually in the Hindu calendar month of Ashwin and is a five day long festival, culminating in Dussera, or the tenth day. Being the most significant sociocultural event in Bengal, the festival of Durga puja leads to limitless fun, frolic and festivity among the Bengali community. Modern traditions have come to include the display of highly decorated pandals(temporary structures set up to revere the goddess) and artistically depicted idols of Goddess Durga. Exchange of Bijoya greetings and publication of Puja Annuals by various Puja organising committees are very popular nowadays. The articles as follow in this section talk about the Durga Puja celebrations, and the essence of sending various gifts to India during this festival.

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  • Karwa Chauth

    Karwa Chauth

    The term ‘Karwa'; means an earthen clay pot and ‘Chauth'; means fourth day. Karwa Chauth is an auspicious Hindu festival, usually celebrated nine days before Diwali. The festival has immense social and cultural significance. Women adhere to the traditions and rituals of this occasion with utmost dedication. They keep a fast from sunrise till the sunset and do not even gulp down a single drop of water.This fast is kept as a gesture of prayer for the well-being and prosperity of their husbands. The fast ends at night when and once the moon is sighted and rituals of the day have been performed. Women break their fast after offering water to the moon. This fasting ritual during Karwa Chauth signifies the selfless love, respect and devotion of a wife towards her husband. Karwa Chauth, family members all gather together. They exchange home-made dishes and gifts. If you are away from your family in India on this auspicious occasion, then send gifts to India online with  The articles herein discuss about the various gifts and gifting ideas that showcases. The articles also throw some light on the cultural significance of this festival, the hitherto norms and rituals and the present trend of the occasion.

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  • Dhanteras


    Dhanteras is an eminent festival of India, celebrated annually on the first day of Diwali, the festival of lights. This auspicious day falls on every thirteenth day in the Hindu month of Ashwin, and is observed to pay reverence to Lakhsmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity. The whole of India, especially the business community, as settled therein, observes this particular day with great reverence and devoutness. To a large extent, the occasion of Dhanteras holds a special sociocultural significance in India as buying of gold and jewelleries on this day is regarded to be very auspicious as well as popular.

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  • Bhai Dooj

    Bhai Dooj

    Bhai Dooj is celebrated on the last day of Diwali. Like Raksha Bandhan, this fetival commemorates the sacred relationship of a brother and a sister. Bhai Dooj has a strong significance in context of the traditional Indian culture. On this very day, sisters keep a fast and put a tikka on the foreheads of their brothers and pray for their lifelong happiness. Brothers in turn shower their sisters with loads of gifts and bless them. The Articles in this section highlights the morms and rituals of the fetival and focus on several gifting ideas.

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  • Christmas


    A mere utterance of this very word is enough to excite us with a promise of all round happiness and festivity. Though primarily it is a Christian festival, nowadays Christmas has earned a respect to be a global festival overlapping the cheap boundaries of religious ideologies. Following the trends of any other festival, Christmas in India is also celebrated with a full-throttle fun and enthusiasm. And what renders this festival with more profundity is the very theory of tasting lip-smacking cakes and gifting. To enable you to adhere to these worldwide practices of the day,, the pioneer e-gifting company of India has launched an array of Christmas Day gifts, coupled with a palatable collection of flavored cakes, enabling you to select and send the same to anywhere in India. So, some wonderful gifting ideas of Christmas Day are given herewith, select the best one and adhere to the gala celebrations of the day to your very best.

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  • Guru Poornima

    Guru Poornima

    Celebrated by both the Hindus and Buddhists, Guru Purnima is a festival that is dedicated to someone who has been the guiding force of life and also to someone who shows the right path in the time of dilemma. Those who have Spiritual Gurus, honor them on this special day.This is an annual celebration which generally falls in the month of ‘Asadh'; of the Hindu calendar on the full moon day. Other than Spiritual Gurus, this day can also be dedicated to a teachers, parents, since they form an integral part of everyone. There are different ways of honoring gurus, sending gifts being the most common one. The articles assigned in this chapter will provide a thoughtful insight about this special festival and also focus on the gifts that can be sent for in order to express gratitude to the gurus.

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  • Onam


    Onam is one of the well known festivals of Kerala. This festival falls on the first month of Chingam, according to Malayam calender. This festival is also known as harvest festival of Kerala. As per Gregorian calender, the festival is celebrated on the month of August - September. Onam also marks the home-coming of the legendary King Mahabali. It is a famous carnival of Kerala as it includes Artistic flower carpets known as 'Pookalam',snake boat races, palatable feast with 11 to 13 dishes , Kaikottikkali and Puli Kali dances. The festival is celebrated for a period of 10 days and eEvery Keralite enjoys this festival with lots of joy and enthusiasm. Moreover the festival manifests the rich cultural and traditional aspects of Kerala. The articles in this chapter showcases a variety of gifts that you can send to your loved ones on Onam.

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  • Dussehra


    Dussehra is a popular festival of India. The festival is celebrated with lots of pomp and enthusiasm. The festival glorifies the triumph of Lord Rama as well as Goddess Durga over the demon kings Ravana and Mahisasurra respectively. Dussehra is celebrated on the last day of Navratri, which according to Hindu calendar falls on the month of Ashwin and Kartik. People celebrate the festival by visiting fairs, watching the burning of effigies of Ravana. The 'Ramlila' is also enacted in various places of the nation, people watch the play with lots of eager and enthusiasm. The articles in this chapter discusses about Dussehra and the various gifts which you can send to your loved ones on this day.

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  • Pongal


    Pongal is a popular festival celebrated all across South India with lots of vim and brio. Comprehended in Tamil as "boiling over" or "spill over", Pongal is a harvest festival celebrated in the month of January. Pongal aims to thank the Almighty Sun God and farmstead livestock for the quantity of harvest received. Just as the boiling over of milk in the clay pot symbolizes material abundance for the household, a rich harvest is highly symbolic clarifying peace, prosperity and abundance in the lives of the people. The articles in this section gives a detailed account about the festival.

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  • Lohri


    Lohri is the most popular festival among the people of Punjab to celebrate the bountiful harvest. Also, known as the ‘Bonfire Festival';, it is celebrated with great joy and merriment to give thanks to the Lord for the harvest. Everyone gathers around the bonfire and offer their prayers to God Agn for abundant crops and prosperity. The festival is usually celebrated on the last day of ‘Paush'; month and the beginning of ‘Magha month';. On this auspicious occasion, people also happily welcomes the birth of a new born baby';s or a new bride in the family. Besides these, the festival is also celebrated in the honour of Dulla Bhatti, a Muslim highway robber who rescued many Hindu women from being sold in the slave market of Middle East.  Apart from these traditional customs, wearing new clothes, eating delicious food and exchanging gifts are all integral part of this joyous festival. Thus, on this festive season, delight your loved ones by sending gifts through this online site.

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  • Ugadi and Gudi Padwa

    Ugadi and Gudi Padwa

    Ugadi and Gudi Pawda is a grand festival celebrated by the people of India as it commemorates the first day of a New Year. In the Deccan region it is referred to as Ugadi while the people of Maharasthra celebrate this day as Gudi Pawda. Since this festival marks the beginning of a New Year, wearing new clothes, eating delicious food and exchanging gifts among family and friends are significant parts of this joyous celebration. The articles assigned in this section discusses about Ugadi and Gudi Pawda and the various types of gifts which you can send to your dear ones on this day.

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  • Navratri & Durga Puja

    Navratri and Durga Puja: The Victory of Good over Evil

    India is a land of festivals with diverse cultures, religions and languages united solely by their desire to stay as one. Among the many Hindu festivals that are celebrated here, the worship of the supreme holy Goddess or Shakti, the divine creative energy, is the main one. The Goddess is celebrated in two forms. In the western and northern parts of India, She is mainly celebrated as Goddess Amba or Durga and the festival concerning Her is called Navratri. The eastern region consisting of West Bengal, Odisha, Assam and Tripura worship the holy mother as Goddess Durga and celebrate Durga Puja. Navratri Navratri literally means the festival of nine nights which falls in the lunar month of Ashwin. The celebration takes place for nine nights and nine days with a lot of vigour and enthusiasm. The tenth day is called Dussehra which is marked by burning a large effigy of the demon king Ravana who signifies evil. The nine days of this festival are dedicated to nine forms of the Goddess. They are Durga, Kali, Amba, Gauri, Sarvamangala, Bhairavi, Chandika, Lalita, Bhavani and Tara. Traditional dances like Garba and Dandiya are a favourite part of this festival. Women wear different colour dresses that symbolise each of these special days, namely red, royal blue, yellow, green, gray, orange, white, pink and sky blue. Some people also observe a fast for the first few days, drinking only milk. They break their fast on the eighth day or ashtami after performing kanya puja.   Durga Puja The Durga Puja is celebrated in West Bengal and adjoining states for ten days in the month of Ashwin and has a lot of festivities and pomp attached to it. The festival starts on the day of Mahalaya which marks the beginning of Devi Paksha or the fortnight of the Goddess. The next is the first day of the puja but the actual celebrations start from the fifth day onwards and continue till Vijaya Dashami, the tenth day. During these days, it is believed that the Goddess Durga leaves Her husband Lord Shiva for a few days and comes to Earth to Her paternal home with Her four children, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesh, Goddess Saraswati and Lord Kartikeya. The Durga Puja celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura who was considered undefeatable. Kumari Puja and Sandhi Puja are important parts of this festival.   Navratri and Durga Puja Gift Ideas Navratri gift ideas are a necessary element during this festive season and this online gift store hosts a myriad such options. You will find beautiful clothes for the special ladies in your life in the forms of sarees, salwars and lehengas. Chocolates from different brands like Cadbury, Nestle, Belgian, Ferrero Rocher, Royal Dansk, Sapphire and Lotte as well as handmade ones are available here. Gifting dry fruits such as raisins, walnuts, almonds, cashew nuts, pistachios and mango candies on this pious occasion is also a great idea. Indian festivals are incomplete without a mouth watering variety of sweets which you will in plenty here. You can also gift a Navratri gift hamper containing cakes, flowers, fruits, dry fruits, chocolates, sweets and a lot more.   A number of Durga Puja gift ideas are also available here for this very special occasion that comes only once a year. There are a variety of delectable chocolates divided into the subcategories of chocolates & cookies, chocolate hampers and handmade chocolates. Crispy and crunchy dry fruits like raisins, walnuts, almonds, cashew nuts, pistachios and mango candies will also make a healthy and tasty treat. Sweets, like the ones showcased in this online gifting portal, are simply a must have for this particular occasion. The Durga Puja gift hampers have items like cakes, flowers, fruits, dry fruits, chocolates, sweets, greetings cards and many others. You can also gift Durga Puja thalis which have been subdivided into chocolate thalis, dry fruits thalis and sweets thalis.   Gifts for other occasions like birthday gifts to India are also available here. You will find many cheap gifts to India which are very attractive and will easily fit into your budget. If you are running late in sending this year’s gifts, you can also opt to send gifts to India same day delivery.  

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    Send gifts to your dear ones on grand festivals with

    India is a land known for its diverse religious as well as cultural festivals. Every festival in India is celebrated with fun and enthusiasm. Some festivals celebrate the advent of New Year, some festivals welcome a particular season of the year, while other celebrate religious occasions or birthday of religious heads. All these festivals are celebrated in different fashion in various parts of India and are known by different names. So, if you want to convey  your warm wishes to your loved ones on any grand festival, you can send gifts to India online through the e-gifting portal,   This  online portal keeps gifts for all Indian festivals. The clear categorization of gifts according to festivals has made it easier to select gifts for your loved ones. The two popular festivals celebrated in the beginning of the new year are Lohri and Pongal. On such famous festivals, you can delight your loved ones by sending Lohri gifts to India or  Pongal gifts. In the “Lohri” as well as “ Pongal” gift section you will avail wide array of gifts such as flowers, sweets, gift hampers etc. Holi is also a major festival of India that celebrates the advent of spring season. People celebrates the day by applying “gulal” or “abeer” as well as splashing colored waters on each other. So, you can delight your loved ones in India by sending exclusive Holi gifts to India. The “Holi” gift section comes with attractive gift articles. You can give a delicious treat to your dear ones on such grand festival by sending mouth-watering sweets and dry fruits. You can also surprise the little ones of your family by sending sporty pichkaries. If you are thinking to surprise your dear siblings on Rakhi also known as “Raksha Bandhan” , you can send Rakhi gifts to India through In “Rakhi” section, you can avail exotic Rakhis, traditional Rakhi thalis, precious spiritual gifts, attractive Rakhi return gifts etc. You can strengthen the bond of love with your sibling by sending these unique gift articles on Rakhi. You can also wish “Eid Mubarak” to your close ones on “Eid” by sending enticing gift to India. Thus charm your loved ones by sending trendy apparels, sweets, exquisite jewelleries etc on such special occasions. Durga Puja and Diwali are also two very popular Indian festivals. You can express” Subho Bijaya” to your family, relatives and friends on Durga puja with gifts. You can opt for special durga puja thalis, delicious sweets, silver puja accessories, fashionable apparels, chocolates as Durga puja gifts for your loved ones. Since Diwali is the festival of lights, you can wish “Happy Diwali” to your loved ones by sending beautiful candles, earthen diyas, wall hangings, home decor items etc. These gifts will definitely add charm as well as beauty to your dear one’s house. You can greet your loved ones on such grand festivals by sending palatable sweets, namkeens and dryfruits.  Christmas is the last festival of the year. This festival is celebrated with great pleasure and enjoyment. This festival conveys the message of love, devotion and brotherhood. So, you can enthrall your loved ones by sending attractive Christmas gifts such as Christmas Trees, Christmas Cakes, flowers, candles etc. These gifts will definitely add joy to the festival. Apart from these festivals, you can get gifts for Akshya Tritiya, Navaratri, Janmasthami etc. So, make the celebration of these festivals memorable and splendid by sending gifts to India from US.    

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    Send Gifts to India on Different Festivals

    Sending gifts on various festivals has been followed ever since the concept of gifts came into existence. In India, there is hardly any festival where gifts are not exchanged. Be it family members or friends, Indians have been maintaining the custom of exchanging gifts among each other for ages in almost all the festivals. However, with more and more young Indians moving out of the country for both professional and educational reasons, sending gifts had become quite challenging. It was quite troublesome to send gifts to India on different festivals. And even if anyone managed to send gifts through some means, there was no guarantee that it would reach the recipient at the right time. This was the situation over a decade back. Over the last 10 years, a number of online gifting portals have come into being which helps the Indians living outside the country to send gifts to India. is one of the most prominent ones in the endless list of e-gifting portals. If you are staying outside the country, be it US or any other country, you can send gifts to India from US on any festival you want to. Our website is stocked with gifts for various festivals, some of the most important are Holi, Rakhi, Diwali, Dussera, Eid, Baisakhi, Easter, Dhanteras, Christmas and many more. The huge assortment of gifts for festivals have been stocked under the names of the respective festivals. This means that if you are looking to send gifts to India on Rakhi, you can straight away click on the section of ‘Rakhi’ in our site which will in turn let you choose from the wide variety of gifts for the festival. The wide variety of gifts for the festival of rakhi in ranges from personalised gifts to chocolates, dry fruits, greeting cards, sweets and many more. Further, the gifts for rakhis are categorised under various heads so that you do not have any problem while choosing the gifts. If you are looking to send gifts to both your Bhaiya-Bhabhi on this significant festival, you can browse through the category, ‘Gifts for Bhaiya-Bhabhi’. Other than sending rakhi gifts to India, you can send rakhis as well to your sibling. The rakhis stocked in our website have been flawlessly designed and beautifully made to meet the different taste of our clients. The rakhis are also classified into different types, like, Kids Rakhi, Zardosi Rakhi, Rakhi for Brother and more. Diwali being one of the most important festivals, sending gifts is very common. You can send gifts to India on Diwali with the help of our site, Our exclusive range of Diwali gifts ranges from candles, diyas, crackers, rangooli, puja thali and lot more. Here as well, you can send gifts to your loved and dear ones back in India according to relations. When you want to send gifts to your family on the festival of Diwali, choose from the category, ‘Gifts for Family’. In the section of Holi Gifts, you can choose from pichkaris to gift hampers, jewellery, cosmetics, chocolates, dry fruits and many more. Holi Personalized Gifts is one of the most exclusive category of Holi gifts where you will get to customize the gift you want to send. For example, if you want to send a coffee mug, you can add a personal holi message or even add a photograph. With the help of our website, you can send gifts to India on Holi to make memorable celebration for your loved ones. In addition to the different festivals, you can also send gifts to your loved ones back in India on various occasions like birthdays, New Years, anniversaries, Valentine’s Day and the like.  

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    Celebrate Baisakhi with

    Baisakhi is one of the most prominent festivals of India, celebrated mainly in the northern part of the country.  Dubbed as the festival of harvest, Baisakhi is a religious festival of the Sikhs.  It marks the beginning of New Year of harvest.  Exchanging gifts is one of the most common customs of this festival.  For all those living outside the country can take the help of to send gifts to India on this festival. Send Baisakhi gifts to India through the leading online gifting portal,  Our website gives the global Indians the opportunity to send gift to India on various occasions and festivals including baishakhi.   You can celebrate this colorful festival by sending gifts to India. Starting from flowers to fruits, sweets, dry fruits and more are offered on the festival of Baisakhi in our website.  Our impressive selection of mouthwatering sweets are sure to make your gift recipient extremely happy on this colorful festival.  You can choose from Indian Sweets or from Sweet Thali.  Sweet Hampers are also offered for the festival of Baisakhi. Some of the sweet hampers come with dry fruits, chocolates and potato chips.  Some of the popular variety of sweets that are offered in the different categories are Badam Barfi, Kaju Gujiya, Laddoo, Peda, Rasgulla, Rajbhog and many more. Other than sweets, you can send gifts to India on Baisakhi in form of dry fruits.  The amazing packaging of the dry fruits in either baskets of trays are sure to impress your loved ones back in India.  You can also send fresh fruits with the help of our website on the festival of Baisakhi.  We are proud to offer you seasonal fresh fruits like apple, banana, grapes, oranges and pineapples. Some of the fresh fruit baskets come with fruit juice and chocolates as well. Our interesting collection of Baisakhi gifts are also classified into Gifts for Men, Gifts for Women, Gifts for Kids and Gifts for New Born. No matter the festival, kids enjoy to the fullest. If you want to double their joy this Baisakhi, you can send them gifts from our website, which are stocked in the category, Gifts for Kids.  From dolls to toys, chocolates, Kids Hampers, gift vouchers and plenty more are queued up in this category.  You can make your choice from the different variety of gifts offered and send for the festival of Baisakhi.  In addition, we are offering a category, Gifts for New Born for this lively festival.  Products from different international brands of baby products like Fisher Price, Johnson & Johnson and Nuby are offered in this category. You can go for the hampers for babies or for the gift sets, soft toys, soft pillows and baby care products. While choosing gifts for ‘him’, you can browse through mobile phones, Mens Wear, Electronics, Pen Sets, Personal Care, Watches, Perfumes and many more.  On the other hand, our varied collection of Gifts for Women are categorised into Cosmetics, Flowers, Fancy Bags, Jewelery, Sarees and more. There can be hardly any better gift than gift hampers.  Since the different gift hampers come with a combination of more than one gift we know what is the value of a gift hamper.  For this reason, we are offering to our worldwide clients an interesting collection of gift hampers which you can send as Baishakhi gifts to India.  You can make your choice from the different varieties of gift hampers from our website.  Some of the most preferred gift hampers include Mega Delicious Treat, Royal Gift Hamper, Medley for Two, Blissful Hamper, Mega Combo and many more. Gifts Vouchers are one of the most favored gift items as these offers products of reputed brands.  Some of the gift vouchers offered in our website are from renowned brands like John Players, Mainland China, Pizza Hut, Adidas, Baskin and Robbins and Pantaloons. makes sure to deliver gifts ordered by you on your preferred day and time.  Our website delivers gifts to the different parts of India and also comes with the additional advantage of customer care support.