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Gifts for Brothers

Bhai Dooj is a very popular Indian festival celebrated with lots of vigor and enthusiasm in the last day of the five-day-long Diwali festival. This day celebrates the doting bond of brothers and sister as the latter applies a tilak on the former’s forehead. Brother also vows to protect their sister from any future hardship. The sister pampers her brother by presenting a wide variety of gifts. Be it apparels, watches, electronics like mobile phone, i-pods etc., the brother jumps in wonder and amazement when presented such alluring gifts. The articles in this chapter discusses various types of gifts that can be presented to your brother.

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Bhai Dooj Gifts

Top 5 Gift ideas Which Can Delight Your Brother on Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj is the celebration of the sacred bond between a brother and a sister. It marks the end of the sacred festival of Diwali which goes on for five days. Bhai Dooj is also known as Bhai Phota, Bhai Tika and Bhau Beej in different parts of the country. The celebration of Bhai Dooj is completed with the brother and sister exchanging gifts and spending the day together. But if you are staying in another country then celebrating Bhai Dooj with your brother becomes difficult. You can celebrate Bhai Dooj with your brother in India by sending online gifts to him. Our online gift store offers you many cheap gifts to India that

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Send impressive gifts to your brother in Bhai Dooj 2012

The fond relationship between brothers and sisters is celebrated with much splendour and glory in India. Bhai Dooj is one of the most significant day that marks the lives of the siblings.This Hindu festival, like ‘Raksha bandhan’ comes once a year, right after when the bright and divine festival of Diwali comes to an end. It falls on a new moon night and  is a  much anticipated event. It can be seen that every sister in an Indian house gets ready and starts to prepare for Bhai Dooj for her brother. The significant event that marks this day is when a sister puts vermillion or chandan mark on the forehead of

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Wonderful Gifts for Bhai Dooj 2012

Bhai Dooj also known as Bhai Phota or Bhau-beej is an important festival of India. The festival falls on the last day of five days Diwali festival. The festival is similar to that of Raksha Bandhan celebrating the eternal bond of love shared between siblings. People celebrate this festival with lots of joy and enthusiasm. Every year the festival is celebrated on the Hindu month of Karthik. Hence, if you are thinking when is Bhai Dooj in 2012, it is on 15th November. On this auspicious day, sister invites her brother in her home. At early morning, she prepares the puja thali and performs the tilak ceremony. Brother in return,

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Send attractive Gifts to your Siblings on Bhai Dhuj 2011

Diwali, the festival of light, is celebrated by the people of India with great vigour and devotion. It is a five day festival where each day is spent with lots of excitement and merriment. People, irrespective of age, look forward to celebrate Diwali as lightning their home with diyas and bursting crackers are all significant part of this glorious festival. Amongst the five day celebration, Bhai Dhooj is one which is celebrated widely be the people with great ardor and devotion. On this day, sisters perform Pujas for their brothers’ well being and happiness and shower them with gifts. Even if you are miles away, the numer

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Delight your brother with Exclusive gifts on Bhai Dooj 2011

India is a secular country that commemorates every festivals and occasions with lots of grandeur and enthusiasm. Among various festivals, Bhai Dooj is a prominent one. Bhai Dooj is an important ritual during Diwali and mostly celebrates the pious relationship between brother and sister. If you are wondering as to when is Bhai Dooj in 2011, note that it is on October 28. On this day, you can pamper your dear brother with a wide variety of gifts. As gifts are loved by everyone, your brother will surely treasure your gifts. However, if you stay abroad and is unable to attend the festivities in home this year, send gifts to India t

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