Hola, lovebirds. Isn’t it your favourite time of the year? It’s Valentine’s Day! A day when lovers unite to seal the deal with love and affection. On this day, many of you might like to go the extra mile to celebrate love with your partner.
Growing up, you realise how important it is to have that one person in your life on whom you can rely for a lifetime. It is no less than a blessing, indeed! For that one person, you will break all your rules, move mountains, cross oceans, and make everything right.
Relationships take work. But for a couple that lives continents apart, it is double the work and efforts. Whether it is a day’s drive or a few thousand miles of distance between the two lovebirds, keeping the romance alive gets a tad challenging.
Women don’t confess it often. But, they secretly love receiving presents. In fact, they never seem to get over the kind gesture of receiving gifts. So then who’s ready to surprise your girl with a lovely present?
As we know, long-distance relationships are hard for everyone. Luckily, the age of video calls and texts have made the struggle of a long-distance easier. Apart from this, it is the gifts that also makes the heart grow fonder despite the absence.
It’s almost time to honour your first best friend, partner-in-crime, and venting partner of the family- your sister. Bhaidooj is a great time to tell your favourite gal how much she means to you. This time, the catch is to show her your love and gratitude by choosing the perfect bhai phota gifts for her.
The best gift for your brother on Bhai duj is the hardest to find. But hey, it’s not a myth. When you know where to look and what to look at while shopping for your brother, you’ll land up with one in no time. So huddle up, sister. It’s showtime!
Many of you might spend every waking hour with your best friends. Although you might know every little detail about them, they might be the hardest people to shop for. It becomes tricky to choose the perfect gift for them on every special occasion or festival.
The festival of Diwali is celebrated to commemorate the return of Lord Rama, his wife, Sita and brother Lakshmana. Their return from the exile is marked with exchange of sweets among one another on the auspicious occasion of Diwali.
Growing up with a sister is never easy. While you might argue with her at the top of your voice every time, you might find her shoulder by the end of the day to lean on. All in all, a life without a sister is unimaginable.