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India is a land of festivals, and no month passes by without a festival being celebrated. There is a lot of pomp, splendor and gaiety associated with each festival. Sharing of gifts, gift articles and tokens of money are a part of such celebrations. Some of the major festivals are mentioned below with a description of each festival mentioned underneath.
The festival of lights Deepawali or Diwali is the most important festival of Hindus in India. Sharing is an important aspect of the Diwali festival. People buy special food items, sweets and fruits to be offered to Goddess Lakshmi, God Ganesh and God Kuber during worship in the evening. Goddess Lakshmi and God Kuber are worshipped together to increase the benefits .people exchange the gifts. A host of gifts are available on thegiftipedia.com, such as lakshmi and ganesha idols, cookies, chocolates, bamboo fruit basket, bamboo chocolates basket, bamboo flower pot, decorative candle, sweets, dry fruits, jewellery and more.
Holi is a festival of colours during which people splash colours at one another to express their love and joy. it is a time to show affection by sending Holi gifts to friends and family. There are hundreds of products to choose at best price from our website such as: herbal colors, water gun, cookies , chocolates, sweets, cake, printed colorful coffee mug, printed colorful T-shirt, hip flask, cartoon water gun and more.
In Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi or Rakhi Purnima, brothers and sisters get ready in their best clothes. Sisters decorate a thali (plate) with flowers, sweets and light a lamp, put Tilak on their brother’s forehead along with some rice grains and take Aarti and say some prayers, tie the Rakhi on the wrist and offer sweets. Brothers Give the gifts to his sister. There are many gift options for girls like chocolates, jewellery accessories, perfumes, watches, clothes, bags, artificial flowers, books and stationer and more.
Pongal is the popular harvest festival of south indian comes off in mid-January every year. Pongal is celebrated with exchange of gifts, which strengthens relationships with relatives and friends. Some of the Pongal gifts are dry-fruit hampers, toys , watches, sweets ,cookies, chocolates, decorative candle, jewellery box, good luck plants, lord lakshmi and ganesha sculptures and more.
Baisakhi or Vaisakhi festival is celebrated as the Sikh New Year and the foundation day of the Khalsa Panth. During Baisakhi, people visit to Gurudwara, have fun and perform dance- Bhangra. Families and friends celebrate the day and share gifts as a token of love. Thus, for the festival of Baisakhi, we bring you a wide selection of gift items which will further enhance their celebration, like sweets, dry fruits, fruits, jewelleries, chocolates, cookies and more.
Krishna Janmashtami is celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna.The festival is observed on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha in the month of August – September. The day is generally spent in praising Lord Krishna by performing drama, singing songs, reciting and many more. People take fast entire day and break their fast only after midnight, the supposed time of birth of Krishna. Shri Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated with breaking of Dahi Handi. The day can be made more special by exchanging gifts among each other. Choose the best gifts for your family, friends and relatives. you can give gift items such as flowers, chocolates, sweets, cakes, krishana idol which are suited for people of all ages.
Karwa Chauth is celebrated in north india. It is the most imperative festival for married women, women undertake a fast from morning till night praying for the prosperity and longevity of their husbands. Men look variety of Gift ideas to bring smile and create some wonderful memories. Get unique gift item such as: flowers, chocolates, jewelry, accessories, dresses, sweets, watches, printed coffee mug, printed bed sheet, printed T-shirt and more.
Bihu is the cheerful festival of Assam that is celebrated by the locals irrespective of caste, creed and beliefs. It is national festival of Assamese. It is a collection of three festivals which is celebrated in the months of January, April and October. The three forms of Bihu festival are Bohaag Bihu, Bhogali Bihu and Kaati Bihu. exchanging gifts is an integral part of this grand festivity. Thus, for the festival of Bihu, we bring you a wide selection of gift items which will further enhance their celebration, like sweets, dry fruits, fruits, jewellery, chocolates, cookies, dresses and more.