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Blue Rimmed Personalized Mug | Personalised Diwali Gifts

This wonderful mug is now available on for the auspicious occasion of Diwali. This blue color rimmed coffee mug can be made unique with a customized photo of your dear ones, printed on the mug. This wonderful mug comes with a loving message “May The Divine Light Of Diwali Spread Into Your Life. Peace, Prosperity, Happiness And Good Health ‘’, and would be the perfect addition along with your other Diwali Gifts to India. Your dear ones in India would just love to have their morning coffee from this mug.

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1. Upload the image on the product preview page or after making the payment on the order confirmation page.

2. Send only high resolution image taken by atleast 5 megapixel camera for clear image on the mug.

Blue Rimmed Personalized Mug

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