India is a lively and vivacious country with so many different religion, language, and festivals keeping it perky all-round the year. This is the only reason why people of foreign countries dream to visit India at least once in their life time.
The largest democracy of this world has always done wonders in fields of medicine, science, technology, literature, cinema, art, etc. We are the cultural capital of the world because we house a diverse range of religion, language, food, topography, flora, and fauna in one map only. Festivals never stop here and it’s obviously the people who bring richness to it.
Huge number of Rakhi gifts, Diwali gifts, Dusshera gifts, Holi gifts, Karva Chauth gifts, etc. are exchanged because we believe that love is enhanced when it is shared among near and dear ones. Lori, Dusshera, Diwali, Holi, Ramnavami, Buddha Jayanti, Mahavir Jayanti, Christmas, New Year, Valentines, – each and every festival belongs to different religious and social groups and we celebrate all of them with equal enjoyment.
Celebration gets a new meaning with all the near and dear ones on your side. But when your friends, family, and loved ones are not round the corner, the enjoyment during festivals seems to be tampered. But you should not worry much as these days you can send rakhi online to intensify your bond with your brother during rakhi.
You can wish a colorful Holi to your sweetheart by sending Holi Gulaal and Holi sweets. Your friends also can wish you a happy and prosperous Diwali by surprising you with a box full of chocolates and embellished diyas. All these are possible with the emergence and immense success of online shopping.
As said above our festivals never end and therefore, even if our near and dear ones are away from us, we should not stop celebrating because of their absence. Instead we should feel that they are always around us and celebrate just the way we used to when they are physically beside us. We should feel proud that we are born in this great country and therefore we can witness its glorious festivals be it summers, monsoon, or winters.