Birthdays are that one occasion that announces its arrival with a boom. This is because, apart from the incessant calls, it’s the decor props, food, return gifts and list of invitees that come into the picture. Since going big or making a day memorable is the current trend, the pressure falls on the birthday kids’ parents to find suitable favours that will etch a mark on the guests.
Perhaps, the hardest people to find gifts for are those who are the closest to your heart. Also, you can’t get away with a ‘so-so’ gift assuming that it’ll express your feelings, especially on a day it’s your best friend’s birthday. Since a best friend is someone who chooses to stay with you despite knowing your good and bad, they deserve nothing but exclusivity.
Making someone feel special is a feeling that works both ways, one for whom the surprise is being planned and second, the one who is planning it. And nothing beats the excitement of seeing your husband/ boyfriend in total awe and amazement. It is here that a gift comes as a surprise, especially when it’s something unique and personalised.
Every once in a while, even men need that extra special attention and care from their loved ones. He may claim that he doesn’t want anything, but an anniversary or a birthday is no mundane occasion and he deserves a present.
Easter being a Christian festival, is a commemoration that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. According to the Bible, Jesus was crucified on a day called Good Friday and then resurrected and brought back to life on an Easter Sunday. This marks an important day in the Christian calendar.
What rings in your head when you hear the word retirement? Ideally, it is the closing of one chapter but at the same time it also opens another doorway. In short, it is a paradox in itself. As you feel the joy and ecstasy of starting a new chapter, you also feel an unsaid sadness of concluding the old one. This is the exact reason why retirement gifts are difficult to choose.
Heralding the onset of spring, Gudi Padwa symbolises the traditional New Year merriment for all the Marathi Hindus. It showcases a beautiful transition of two seasons, wherein it marks the end of the harvest season and the onset of spring. It is held on the first day of the Chaitra month and marks the first day of spring.
Gifting is a thoughtful gesture embraced by people as an ideal way to exchange wishes and messages on almost every occasion. Since Holi is the festival of colours and one that celebrates the victory of good over evil, it serves right to exchange gifts and rejoice
India is a land brimming with rich culture and diversity. Holi being a much-awaited festival of colours, it marks the onset of spring and the victory of good over evil. Thus, to celebrate the richness of nature, this joyous festival is celebrated with colours.
Women’s Day is celebrated each year on the 8th of March. This day goes out in paying tribute to the incident that happened in 1908 where 129 women were executed. It was believed that these women were factory employees who commanded a better pay, voting rights