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.
Songadh is a taluka in Tapi district in the Indian state of Gujarat.
The Songadh Fort was built by the founder of the Gaekwad dynasty, Pillaji Rao Gaekwad between 1729-1766. Built deliberately on top of the high hill as a vantage point to keep an eye on enemies, the fort is also a brilliant example of Indian architecture where the influence of both Mughals and Marathas are evident. There are not many forts built in Gujarat State due to the relatively flat nature of the landscape. Neighbouring Maharashtra has comparatively many forts because of its topology. Maharashtra is guarded by Sahyadri Mountains. So the forts are in Maharashtra are very difficult to trek where as the fort in Songadh does not have much height and its takes approximately half an hour to reach the top of the fort.
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