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Lip-smacking Sweets | Gift Baskets to India

Presenting a unique hamper to send for your dear ones on any day of festivity. 200 gm Kaju Pista Roll, 200 gm Mawa Pista Barfi, teamed with 100 gm pistachios and 100 gm raisins is a nice as well as enticing gift idea to send to India to enjoy any festive event.

This palatable conglomeration of sweets and dry fruits are sure to lure their taste buds a lot. The decorative display of this tray is also sure to adhere to the happy colors of a festive moment to the best.

So, hurry now! Select and send this exclusive sweet delight to your near and dear ones in India and dance in tune with the variegated hues of the day to your very best.


The color, design, and size of the tray as has been shown in this picture may vary depending upon its availability.


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