Akshaya 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 GiftstoIndia24x7.com offers, especially for the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya.


Exclusive Gifts For Akshaya Tritya

The festival of ‘Akshaya Tritya’ is considered by the Indians the most auspicious day to begin new ventures and investing money in precious metal and land. Thus, it is celebrated with great pomp and show by Indians all over the world. Also, referred to as ‘Akha Teej’, people exchange gifts with their loved ones on this day to convey their best wishes. Even if you are miles away from your dear ones, you can always send them Akshaya Tritya gifts with the help of the e-gifting portal, GiftstoIndia24x7.com. Amongst several e-gifting portals, GiftstoIndia24x7.com has managed to grab the attention of non-resi

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Celebrate Akshaya Tritya With GiftstoIndia24x7.com

Akshaya Tritya is an important holy day of the Hindus and the Jains. This festival is also known as “Akha Teej”. Hindus celebrate this day to commemorate the birth of the Hindu saint Parashurama, the sixth incarnation of  Lord Vishnu. On this day Jains keep long fast to pay tribute to their first Tirthankara, Rshabhadeva and break their fast with sugar cane juice. Many people believe that this day brings good luck and prosperity in anyone’s life. For this reason many people begins new venture or business on this auspicious day. So, if anyone of your family, friends or relatives is going to begin new busin

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Send Sweets, Chocolates and Dry Fruits on Akshaya Tritya

Akshaya Tritiya is an auspicious occasion to make major purchases or to begin new ventures. All over India people celebrate weddings, plan new business ventures, long journeys and other events on this day. The day is particularly considered as auspicious for buying long term assets such as gold, silver, diamond and other precious stones.  People consider this occasion auspicious to do ‘Bhumi Pujan’ or ‘Griha Pravesh’. People, especially businessmen start their new cashbook on this day after offering ‘Pooja’ at their business place.  If your loved ones are planning to set up a new ve

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Send gifts on Akshaya Tritya

Considered a highly auspicious day for the Hindus, Akshaya Tritya is celebrated on third day of the Bright Half of the first month of the Hindu calendar, referred to as Baishakh.  Akshaya Tritya will be celebrated on 6th May in 2011.  The different parts of India celebrates this auspicious following their distinctive rituals and customs.  On this day, constructions for the Rath Yartra chariots starts in Puri. In West Bengal, Akshaya Tritya marks ‘Halkhata’, which is a ceremony performed to start a new financial book.  The day is also marked by offering prayers to Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi.

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