This assorted delectable all in one hamper includes 500 gms of Mixed Sweets with Dairy Milk Chocolate, 150 gms of Pista and Almond each along with a Rakhi and Roli Chawal Dibbi & Coin on an Octagon Pearl Thali.
Rakhi is one of the most sacred festivals of the Indian culture. It is a celebration of the human bonding, particularly the love shared between brothers and sisters. It is a time when the brothers and sisters come together and pledge their love, care and respect for their coming lives. The festival of Rakhi is celebrated on 'Shravan Soodh Poornima'. Telling someone how much we love, care and cherish him/her is a special feeling. Rakhi is that festival which is celebrated for this purpose only. We are a premium online gifting company which lets one send Rakhi and Rakhi Gifts to their loved ones in India. Making your loved o
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On the Hindu month of Sharavan, every people of this community starts the preparation of the grand festival, Raksha Bandhan. Every siblings enjoy this festival with lots of verve and enthusiasm. This festival celebrates the eternal bond of love shared between brother and sister. On this auspicious day, sister tries to protect her brother from all dangers of life by tying a sacred Rakhi thread on her brother’s wrist. In return, the brother presents amazing gifts with warm wishes. With the festival of Rakhi just a few weeks away, the shops are filled with attractive Rakhis and Rakhi gifts. Visiting stores and searching perf
Every Indian festival has its own religious and traditional significance for its celebration. Amongst these, ‘Raksha Bandhan’ is dedicated to honour the eternal bond of love between brothers and sisters. On this auspicious day, sisters wake up early in the morning, have a bath and wear new clothes. After offering prayers to the Almighty, they decorate their Rakhi thalis. These thalis include, a Rakhi thread, diya, kumkum, tikka and chawal. Sisters first put tikka on their brothers forehead and performs arati. Once it is done, a Rakhi thread is tied on the wrist by his sisters while praying for his well being and hap
Rakhshabandhan is always associated with something divine and sacred. It is a religious Indian festival that celebrates the eternal bond of love between brothers and sisters across the globe. This also supports their protective attachment against all evils and chances. This festival is made all the more special with the extensive festive celebrations, exchange of enormous gifts and the funfare. Excitement is at its peak amongst brothers and sisters weeks before the festival. The occasion is especially looked forward to by brothers and sisters staying in different cities. For them it becomes a time for family re-union. While get