Types of Gifts
Posted by Monika Sharma on 9th November 2020
India is known for its accommodative diversity. It is known as a home to many religions, cultures and traditions. With such vast diversity, come a vast number of festivals to celebrate. And boy, do we celebrate our festivals! From new clothes to a variety of food and desserts, we do know how to celebrate an occasion. Sweets have always been a big part of our celebrations, be it holi, Diwali, Eid, Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries or weddings. Mithai, as we call it, are something worth gobbling extra calories for. Our delicious sweets can satiate the craving of anyone, or it might intensify the cravings too.
From desserts to late night cravings to gifts on special occasions to a means to bond with our beloved ones, sweets play a multitude of roles in our life. No Indian festival is complete without sweets, such is the importance of sweets. We have so many of those in our nation and each one of those is enough to water any mouth. Scroll through the online sweet shops to shop for the tastiest ones and present your folks with the finest sweet gift ideas.
Sweets are considered auspicious in our culture and thus we tend to these to celebrate any occasion. Not just Hindus but members of other religions too indulge in sweets to commemorate their achievements and celebrate their big days. Kaju Katli, milk cake, peda, petha, laddu, rasgulla, gulab jamun, gujiya, soan papdi and chocolate barfi are just a few to name, we have endless number of sweets.
The pious ingredients like milk, clarified butter, sugar, and saffron make them fit for every occasion as well as festivals. We even have special sweets for different occasions. Sweets for Ganesh Chaturthi include modak laddu, motichoor laddu, and besan laddu for lord Ganesha loves modak. Similarly, we have gujiya for holi, gulab jamun sweets for raksha Bandhan, Rasgulla for Durga Pooja, sewai for eid, Makkhan Mishrikheer, shirkhand and panchamrit for janmashtami and the list goes on.
Diwali, the festival of lights, is famous for its wide range of sweets. From Kaju katli to soan papdi, gulab jamun, mawaburfi, and rasgulla, one cannot have enough sweets for the festival of Diwali. The market is flooded with Indian mithai basket around the time of this festival. This year, celebrate the homecoming of Lord Rama with titillating sweets. Shop for delicious ones from an online gift store to get it delivered to your doorsteps and that of your beloved ones too.
Want to add more meaning to your gift? Instead of shopping for these sweets online, you can make them at home and send it to your folks. Scroll through the internet to find the recipes of your favorite sweets and start putting your effort. We are sure that your effort will surprise your beloved ones to their limits. You always have the option to buy Indian sweets online if you are no good at cooking. Get Diwali sweets online at a reputable online gift store to ensure that quality.
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