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Sisters manifest their love for brothers on the auspicious occasion of Bhai Dooj by putting ‘Chandan’ or ‘Kumkum’ tilak on their forehead. The sisters also pray for a prosperous and safe life of their ‘Bhaiyas’. This joyous ceremony is observed on the ‘Dwitiya Tithi’ which comes on the second day after Diwali. Sisters and brothers are revered with heartwarming gifts on this pious day. Keeping the jubilant spirit of the festivity in mind, we have brought an impressive collection of ‘Bhai Dooj Gifts’ for your dear siblings. This spectacle exhibits delightful presentations like apparels, perfumes, gift hampers, silver gifts, sweets, chocolates, dry fruits, personalized items and many more. Add more happiness to the celebration by sending a taj cake of mouthwatering flavour and exclusive hampers to your siblings. You send cakes to ludhiana and other places in India via us.

This section is a festive spectacle of gifts for the joyous occasion of Bhai Dooj. This impressive collection is further divided into various sub-categories namely gift vouchers, Bhai Dooj hampers, apparels, perfumes, silver gifts and lots more. Make this day momentous with delightful Bhai Dooj Gifts for brothers.

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When is Bhai Dooj in 2024, 2025, 2026?

The five days Diwali festival ends with the celebration of Bhai Dooj. The celebration of this festival is similar to that of Raksha Bandhan. Bhai Dooj is also known as Bhai Phota or Bhau-beej. The festival glorifies the eternal bond of love shared between brother and sister. The festival is observed on the second day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month of Kartika.