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MOTHERS DAY GIFTS

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               To avail 20% OFF On Cakes & Flowers Use Coupon Code : MOM20     *T & C Apply. “Mother” is probably the one word, when spelt, gives the raid of emotions, across any species on this planet, including humans. A mother is a beautiful creation of god; she is selfless, loving being who sacrifices her wants for the needs of children. A mother is an epitome of love and creation; without whom it is almost next to impossible for anyone to grow as an individual. The bond between a mother and her child is eternal and there is no substitute for this relationship. A mother protects us, loves us, cares for us, and gives her best to make us a competent human being. A mother is a devotion, an ocean of knowledge, and the epitome of unconditional love. Mother’s day is a celebration of love and affection between a mother and a child; it is a day of celebrating the spirit of motherhood. Mother’s day is the occasion to show your mom how much you love her and care for her. With the

Ugadi Gifts

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UGADI The term Ugadi literally means Aadi or the beginning. It is believed that if the first day of the year is spent happily, enjoyment will follow the rest of the year. The new year is welcomed with great fan fare and lots of fanfare. It is believed that on the day of Ugadi that Kali Yuga started. This ancient festival is considered to be an auspicious festival. This festival is also known as Yugadi. SIGNIFICANCE OF UGADI According to the lunisolar Hindu calendar, the New Year falls in the month of March or April. This New Year,is known as Ugadi, is celebrated in the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and by other names in many other states of India. Ugadi is also the time when the official almanac, popularly known as ‘Panchanga Sravanam’ among south Indians, is read out to inform people of upcoming events from rain and crop cycles to weather forecasts and zodiac details. In days when there was no meteorological department to tell everyone such details, the ‘Pan