Dry fruits as gifts symbolize prosperity and good fortune. Diwali is the festival of spreading hope and joy. Make this auspicious celebration fun filled for your dear ones with assortments of crunchy dry fruits. These mouthwatering goodies come in ornate platters, classy boxes and other beautiful arrangements to befit the festive spirit. Some of the hampers come with chocolates, sweets and lots more. Team up these festive hampers of cashew nut, raisin, almond, walnut, pistachio with enthralling essential tits & bits for Diwali and stunning showpieces to make an exciting gifting combo for your family and friends in India.
Deesa is a city and a municipality in the Banaskantha district in the state of Gujarat, India.
Deesa is situated on the east banks of the river Banas. Deesa was an estate and thana ( faujdari/thanedari ) ruled by the Mandori (Jhalori) dynasty. Today original Deesa known as Juna Deesa.
New Deesa was also recognized as Camp Deesa. In 1820, the British military cantonment named Deesa Field Brigade was built in the middle of Rajasthan and Palanpur to maintain and protect the regions between Abu and Kutch from dacoits and the incursions of the desert and Parkar Khosas into Vagad and north-west Gujarat. The cantonment had a resident Catholic chaplain and a chapel.
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