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The festival of Durga Puja symbolises the victory of truth and righteousness over evil. The five day long celebration includes sincere worshipping, reunion and grand feasting. On this auspicious occasion, elate your dear ones in India with these exclusive durga puja hampers. These gift baskets includes multiple gifts which will sprinkle enormous joy in the recipient’s heart. Available in different enticing combinations, send these exclusive gifts with a modish smartphone. You can also present a special shopping voucher from the eminent brands to convey your warm wishes.

We have brought a profuse collection of puja gift hampers. These hampers are filled with sweets, flowers, food items, apparels, accessories and many more. Choose from this enticing assemblage and send it with other exciting Durga Puja gifts.

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Customs and Rituals of Durga Puja

Durga Puja or Bengalis' Durgotsav, is the greatest annual festival in the eastern region of India, mainly in West Bengal. Starting from Mahalaya or Debipokkho (Fortnight of the Goddess) this amazing festivity continues until the immersion of the Durga idol i.e. on Vijaya Dashami. Though this eminent festival is five day long feast, the zeal associated with the festival takes a flying start months before. Mahalaya, the no-moon day (Amavyasa) of the month of Ashwin, marks the beginning of the Durga puja festivities. Then after six days, the Durgotsav starts with Panchami (fifth day) and ends with Dashami (tenth day). Though the m

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