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RakshaBandhan - A special day to shower your love on your Brother & Sister

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Country Oven brought you delicious cakes and some handcrafted gifts to celebrate this Rakhi day 2022.  Stop quarreling with your brother for some time. Rakhi is around the corner. So, stop fighting with your brother. If so, you will definitely miss some beautiful gifts on Rakhi day. Just kidding 😊😂   RakshaBandhan is one of the most celebrated festivals in many parts of India by all ages. It is a special day celebrating the eternal bonding between brothers and sisters. It is celebrated in the Shravana month during the full moon day also known as Purnima. Bonding between brothers and sisters is always an extraordinary and unique feeling filled with endless arguments. Above all, the brother-sister bonding has an abundance of love, caring, and sharing.    Want to surprise your siblings on RakshaBandhan with customized Rakhi day special cakes and gifts?    Country Oven brought you a series of delicious cakes and heart-crafted gifts for your brothers and sisters. To make Rakhi celebration

Send Sankranti Gifts to India

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Send Makara Sankranti Gifts Online Makar Sankranti Gifts Makara Sankranthi is celebrated in almost all parts of the Bharat (India). As Bharat is a diverse and multilinguist country, this festival is called by different names in different parts of the country such as ‘Pongal‘, ‘Lohri‘, ‘Khichari‛, ‘Paush Sankranthi‛, ‘Magha Sankranthi‛, ‘Bhogali Bihu‛. This festival is also celebrated in different ways. During this day, elders in the family give special gifts to the younger members of the family. Thousands of people fly colorful kites. They also hold kite competitions. Especially kids and youngsters take part in kite competitions and play enthusiastically. Kite-playing has been a unique and famous game being played in Bharat. People from northern parts of India get up early in the morning and do the Ganga-Snan (bathing in the waters of the holy river - Ganga) and Surya-pooja (worshipping the Sun). The month of January is the peak of the winter. On the eve of Sankranthi, people