There can be no easier way to reach out to your kin than with GuajaratGifts.com. A range of quality, assorted varieties of delights enable you to send Diwali gifts to Inida which are timeless and embody the festival’s true spirit. Unusual offerings
Diwali in 2010 falls of the 5th of November, the pitch has already started to get feverish and the rush is frenzied. There is a mad rush to make preparations well in advance and cover everyone who is known. Shops, malls and exclusive Diwali stores are packed as people throng to stock up and send Diwali gifts to India friends and family all over India.
Diwali has become more elaborate today. Gifts have become more sophisticated and the money spent on them has multiplied over the years. People are more willing to allocate more money to Diwali gifts, provided they get their money’s worth. “Our clients are aware that gifts on GujaratGifts.com are not the ordinary variety. Customised products like kaju pan, anjir dry fruit katri and kanpuri laddoo are not a regular feature of Diwali sweets, but we make sure it is available to the customer”, said Pooja Kumar, Manager, GuajaratGifts.com.
“People who live abroad try and make an annual trip to India for Diwali, but in the event that they cannot, GujaratGifts.com makes it possible to book online Diwali gifts, and we ensure that it reaches your home, no matter where in India that may be”, said Pooja Kumar. This facility has enabled thousands of expatriate Indians connect with their Indian roots. Besides the regular Diwali offerings, GujaratGifts.com has also incorporated interesting elements of Dhan Teras and Bhai Duj into their repertoire of gifts. This has enhanced its appeal and made it more popular among its loyalists.
With only weeks that keep Diwali away from the people, there is much to be done. “GujaratGifts.com ensures that people can save their time and energy in enjoying festivities, and leave details like gifts and their delivery to us professionals. We assure you that we will send Diwali gifts to India well in time for them to be enjoyed thoroughly,” Pooja Kumar ends.