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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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Holi Gifts

Send Online Holi Gift Hampers to India

GiftstoIndia24x7.com hosts a number of exclusive Holi gift hampers that can be sent as online Holi gifts. This online gift store showcases a number of interesting Holi gift ideas as well as many other kinds of gifts. Gifts like colours and pichkaris are available here apart from hampers that can also be sent as kids gifts to India. This online gifting portal can be used to send cakes to India on different occasions like birthdays. There is even an option to send flowers to India along with gifts on special occasions. The hampers under Holi contain gifts like colours, dry fruits, fruits, flowers, chocolates, sweets, cookies, nam

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` 1698 / $ 23.75 ` 1499 / $ 20.97
17% Off Sweet Delight With Gulal
` 1318 / $ 18.43 ` 1099 / $ 15.37

Avail 24x7 services to send Holi gifts

‘Holi’ is one of the most awaited festival of Indians all over the world. Also, known as the ‘Festival of Colors’, it is celebrated on ‘Phalgun Purnima’, the last full moon day of lunar calendar.  If you are wondering when is Holi then it is on 8th March. This colorful festival is celebrated by smearing ‘gulal’ on each other. In recent times, not only Hindus, but people all over the world, irrespective of their caste and religion, take equal part to celebrate this joyous festival. However, many Indians cannot be with their loved ones on this festive occasion due to profession

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Water Gun
` 299 / $ 4.18
Celebrate Holi by Sending Gifts to India

Celebrate Holi by Sending Gifts to India

Image Credit : youngzine Celebrated on ‘Phalgun Purnima’, the last day of lunar calender, ‘Holi’ is celebrated with great pomp and grandeur by Indians all over the world. Smearing each other with colorful ‘gulals’ is the main part of this colorful festival. This is the reason, why, this celebration is also known as the ‘Festival of Colors’. But, in recent times, several individuals have settled off-shore due to professional commitments. Thus, it may be difficult for them to personally be a part of this festival. If you are one among them,  you can make your loved ones day col

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5% Off Mouth Watering Combo Of Goodies
` 2004 / $ 28.03 ` 1899 / $ 26.56
5% Off Combo Of Kesaria Peda And Kaju Barfi - Holi Combo
` 2246 / $ 31.41 ` 2129 / $ 29.78

Send Spiritual gifts to your parents on Holi

Holi is one of the significant as well as ancient festivals of India. People enjoy this day in full spirit and zest. Everyone get drenched in colorful waters and apply gulal or abeer on each other’s face. Children remain in full spirit, they run here and there with pichkaries to splash colorful water on others. Since every Indian festival has some special religious significance, Holi too has the same. There are various mythological legends relating to Prahlad and Hiranyakshyap, Radha and Lord Krishna etc, associated with Holi celebration. The Holi celebration begins after Holi Puja known as “Holika Dahan”. The

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Send Sweets and Dry Fruits to India on Holi

Do you live outside India and want to celebrate Holi? Are you thinking of sending gifts on Holi? Both your questions have only one answer and that is GiftstoIndia24x7.com. GiftstoIndia24x7.com is an online gift sending portal from where you can send gifts to India. Thus giving you the opportunity to celebrate Holi even when you are miles away from your motherland. Dedicated mainly to the NRIs of the world, with the help of our website, you can send gift to India on different occasions and festivals. With the festival of colors or Holi only few weeks away, you must be looking forward to send Holi gifts to India. Look no further

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5% Off Flavoursome Basket of Fruits - Holi Combo
` 2058 / $ 28.78 ` 1959 / $ 27.4
Send online gift hampers as Holi gifts

Send online gift hampers as Holi gifts

Amongst various festivals of India, Holi or “Holika” is an important and ancient festival. This day is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm. People with joy throw ‘abeera’ or ‘gulal’ in the air, as well as smear them on each others face. Children splash colorful waters on others through ‘pichkaries’. People of all age enjoy this festival with great pleasure and zest. There are several Indians who reside in foreign countries. They miss the chance to enjoy the festive spirit of Holi. However, they can make their presence felt amongst their close ones by sending gifts to India on

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Exclusive Holi Hamper
` 1199 / $ 16.77
Anokha Pichkari
` 299 / $ 4.18
Splash the Colour of Holi by Sending Gifts to India

Splash the Colour of Holi by Sending Gifts to India

For poets, Spring defines romanticism. But for the common people, Spring is the season of majestic bright colors. The colorful hues in the nature immediately touch the heart of the human beings and drive them to take part in the festival of colors, Holi. Holi is celebrated all over the Indian diaspora with lots of joy and festivity. And with the globalization, nowadays, Holi is also celebrated in different parts of the globe. From its native land, the colors of holi have reached across the global arena and touched the global souls. In its native land, various legends are associated with this festival making it more interesting

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5% Off Mixed Sweets With Dryfruits & Ferrero Rocher
` 4283 / $ 59.9 ` 4059 / $ 56.77
5% Off A Wonderful Hamper - Holi Combo
` 2906 / $ 40.64 ` 2759 / $ 38.59
Wish Happy Holi with Exclusive Gifts

Wish Happy Holi with Exclusive Gifts

‘Holi’, also known as the ‘Festival of Colors’ is celebrated with great enthusiasm by Indians all over the world. Applying colored powder, known as ‘gulal’, on each others face is the main attraction of this festival. Apart from this, gifts are also exchanged. Celebrated on ‘Phalgun Purnima’, the last day of the lunar calender, it is by far, the most awaited festival by Indians irrespective of their caste and religion. But, in current times, several individuals live away from their home due to professional commitments. This results them to miss out being a part of this colorful fe

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Showy Princess Holi Pack
` 2249 / $ 31.45
Gulaal Gift Pack
` 849 / $ 11.87
Top 5 gifts of Holi

Top 5 gifts of Holi

Holi is one of the important and ancient festival of India. The original name of Holi was “Holika”. It is also known as “Festival of colors”, “Phagwah” and “Basanta - Utsav”. According to Hindu calendar, Holi is celebrated on “Phalgun Purnima” day, the last full moon day of lunar calendar. Every Indian celebrates this day with great pleasure and enthusiasm. People enjoy the day by applying colorful abeer and gulal on each others face, throwing them in the air as well as having thandai or bhang. Sending gifts on Holi is a very common tradition. People send gifts to thei

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14% Off Delicious Hamper Of Chocolates Sweets And Nuts
` 2276 / $ 31.83 ` 1949 / $ 27.26
Motley Colour Spray
` 649 / $ 9.08
Historical significance of Holi

Historical significance of Holi

Image Credit : ancient origins Holi, the “Festival of Colors” is a spring festival, celebrated with great life and joy all over the country. On this day, people throw “abeera” or “gulal” on each other as well as in air to express the joy in the arrival of Spring season. However, the Indians who are away from there family miss the chance to celebrate such grand day. In such case they can send Holi gifts to India, with the help of online portals. Amongst various online portals, GiftstoIndia24x7.com is an exclusive online store from where you can send gifts to India on Holi. Holi or “Holik

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5% Off Sumptuous Basket of Fruits - Holi Combo
` 1598 / $ 22.35 ` 1519 / $ 21.24
12% Off Tasty Delectables Platter
` 1698 / $ 23.75 ` 1499 / $ 20.97
17% Off Sweet Delight With Gulal
` 1318 / $ 18.43 ` 1099 / $ 15.37
Water Gun
` 299 / $ 4.18
5% Off Mouth Watering Combo Of Goodies
` 2004 / $ 28.03 ` 1899 / $ 26.56
5% Off Combo Of Kesaria Peda And Kaju Barfi - Holi Combo
` 2246 / $ 31.41 ` 2129 / $ 29.78
10% Off Crunchy Chocolaty And Sweet Combo
` 2467 / $ 34.5 ` 2209 / $ 30.9
5% Off Flavoursome Basket of Fruits - Holi Combo
` 2058 / $ 28.78 ` 1959 / $ 27.4
Exclusive Holi Hamper
` 1199 / $ 16.77
Anokha Pichkari
` 299 / $ 4.18
5% Off Mixed Sweets With Dryfruits & Ferrero Rocher
` 4283 / $ 59.9 ` 4059 / $ 56.77
5% Off A Wonderful Hamper - Holi Combo
` 2906 / $ 40.64 ` 2759 / $ 38.59
Showy Princess Holi Pack
` 2249 / $ 31.45
Gulaal Gift Pack
` 849 / $ 11.87
14% Off Delicious Hamper Of Chocolates Sweets And Nuts
` 2276 / $ 31.83 ` 1949 / $ 27.26
Motley Colour Spray
` 649 / $ 9.08
5% Off Sumptuous Basket of Fruits - Holi Combo
` 1598 / $ 22.35 ` 1519 / $ 21.24

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