Incorporating fresh fruits in your everyday diet is a key to good health. While apples are good for heart health, bone health, prevent diabetes, oranges are great sources of vitamin C, ensures a good immunity system, prevents skin damage and keep blood pressure under control. Send this fruit basket to your loved ones in India to keep them hale and hearty.
1 Kg Apples and 1 Kg Orange in a Handle Basket
Thanksgiving is an occasion and holiday in America which is now widely celebrated all over the world, on the fourth Thursday of November. It will be celebrated on 28th November in 2019. A day which is dedicated to a wholesome feast with family and friends. It is a closed knitted occasion, which is long awaited by the Catholics. The occasion was first celebrated by the Native Americans to provide the Pilgrims with food to eat and materials to build. On this day there is a huge Thanksgiving parade and football matches played in America. You can make the occasion a memorable for your dear ones in India by sending heart winning gif
Guru Purnima is an Indian festival that is celebrated to pay homage to one’s Guru or teacher. It is observed according to the Hindu calendar. This day mainly celebrates the tireless efforts and teachings of a guru, to direct one towards enlightenment. This festival was considered to be celebrated by the Buddhists to pay homage to Gautama Buddha, for his spiritual teachings. The Hindus celebrate Guru Purnima in relevance to Sage Vyasa, who is one of the knowledgeable teachers of ancient times. Guru Purnima is also known as Vyasa Purnima after Sage Vyasa, who was believed to be born on this day. The rituals of Guru Purnima
The two Eids are the most important Muslim holidays observed across the world. The 1st Eid - Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan with the arrival of the succeeding month of Shawwal. It is a day of festivity and celebration. An elaborate feast is organised to ensure no one stays without food on this day. Muslims are forbidden to fast on this day after a month of abstaining from food from sunrise to sunset for Ramzan. The 2nd Eid comes a few months later and is known as Eid-ul-Adha. It is also called Eid-ul Azha, Eid-ul-Doha, Eid-ul-Dzoha, Eid-ul-zuha and Bakri-Eid. This is the Eid of sacrifice. This day comme
The auspicious occasion of Eid comes twice a year. While Eid-ul-Fitr is observed on the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal, Eid-ul-Doha comes later in the year on the 10th day of Dhul Hijjah. Eid-ul-Fitr celebrates the breaking of the month-long fasting schedule of Ramadan that is done by Muslims worldwide. On this day Muslim’s have a grand feast, indulge in merriment and also exchange gifts. In 2017, it was held on the 25th of June. Eid-ul-Doha was celebrated on the 1st of September in the same year.
A Guru is that dazzling light, which illuminates the deepest and darkest paths that we have to tread while journeying through life. His role is unparalleled in our happiness, peace, success and well being. The Guru might not just be a spiritual guide, he could be anyone right from our teachers, to our parents, friends or even our children. Regardless of who your Guru is, their contribution requires acknowledgment and appreciation for your own upliftment. On this auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima, express your gratitude to your teachers. No amount of money can purchase your efforts and dedication. Hence, instead of a store bou