This splendid delicacies with colours hamper from Giftstoindia24x7.com will be a great favourite with your loved ones in India. Branded snacks and also sweets make up this Gifts to India hamper along with 2 packs of powder colours.
Haldiram bhujia (200g), haldiram mini samosa (200g), haldiram jhal chanachur (200g), mixed sweets 500gm, 2 packets of different color of gulal with 2 bowls of plastic.
Image Credit : travel Holi, the festival of color is one of the most popular and colorful event in India. People irrespective of caste, color, race, sex, or social status, smear colorful gulal on each other. They also throw colorful waters through pichkaris and balloons. People also exchange greetings by distributing Holi sweets, dry fruits, and by joining dance and music performances. Snacks and milk based cool drink are served to the friends and relatives visiting one’s house. Holi also is known as ‘Phagwah’ welcomes the spring season. There are also various mythological stories behind this festival of
Imagine if your favourite festival Holi is celebrated with wrestling, loud whoops of delight and with mouth-watering food of Langars, you’ll be thrilled, won’t you? That’s a typical Holi celebration for the ever-sprightly and benevolent Punjabis. On the second day of the lunar month of chet, Punjabis from all over the world send gifts to India and greetings as their token of love. The diversities of Indian culture gives a unique chance to every religion and state to express themselves in various festivals. As we all know that people in Punjab loves social gathering and their festivities are much more fun-fille
A full moon day in the month of Phalgun(March), when the entire Earth is drenched in colours of Gulal, the day when people are thrilled to send India gifts, luscious sweets and warm wishes; yes, we’re definitely talking about Holi. Enlivened children walk with water filled balloons and Pichkaris, happy-go-lucky faces are adorned with tints of Gulal, finger-licking Gujiyas and Mathris adorn the kitchen, people in a distant land send gifts to India and the famous holi songs top off this blithesome occasion. As India is a country of heterogeneous cultures and diversities, the different regions have a peculiar way of celebrat
Image Credit : travelwhistle The celebration of the Holi festival is not restricted to Mathura and Vrindavan only in the state of Uttar Pradesh but it spans throughout the entire state. The people of Uttar Pradesh celebrates the festival with much gusto and fervour and every nook and corner of the state gets wrapped in a multitude of colours and hues. In this, rather, conservative state, this one day gives the youth the freedom to mingle freely and express their feelings for each. Also various sweet goodies are an intricate part of the festivities which is why you can send sweets as gifts to India from USA as part of the holi c
The festival of colours, or Holi, is a very popular festival that is celebrated all over India with a lot of pomp and show. Various India gifts are exchanged on this occasion, especially among the little ones who enjoy this day a lot. The celebration is slowly losing its traditional religious aspect and becoming an extremely secular one. However, there are still many rituals and customs associated with this festival which change from region to region. It is important to know about these interesting traditions so that you can send gift to India accordingly. Here we are going to discuss about a few such ways in which Holi is cele