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Thank you so much giftalove firstly for the on-time delivery of my gift. Sweets were really delicious. I loved it. Both service as well as product are the best!!
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The recipient was thrilled on receiving the gift.Location: Mumbai
Exchanging Diwali cards with family and friends is one of the most popular ways of sending Diwali greetings. As the festival of Diwali is amongst most popular Hindu celebrations in India, people rejoice it with great zeal and zest. Sending Diwali cards has turned out to be desirable means when one wants to send wishes to loved ones staying in various citied & countries. During celebration of lights, Diwali cards foster and revitalize the bond of love shared between friends and family members.
We have included a wide list of Diwali cards in various patterns and styles. Our card selection includes the patterns of oil lamps, illumination, Laxmi Ganesh images, candles and bursting crackers. Rangoli patterns & pictures of traditional sweets can also be found on our Diwali cards collection. If you want to send Diwali gifts to India, then you can send these cards along with. The prices of cards are so affordable that you wouldn’t mind buying 10 to 15 pieces for your loved ones.
So, why to wait it is the perfect time to wish loved ones a “Happy Diwali” with exclusive greeting cards!
|Top Selling Diwali Cards||Price List|
|The Flavour of Diwali||Rs. 999.0|
|Yummy & Scrummy hamper||Rs. 1599.0|
|Sweet N Cheerful Diwali||Rs. 1249.0|
|Soan Papdi - Diwali Gifts||Rs. 849.0|
|Choco N Flower Delight||Rs. 1499.0|
|Sweet Diwali Gift||Rs. 780.0|
|All in One Diwali Surprise||Rs. 760.0|
|Sweet Deepawali Gift||Rs. 780.0|
|Choco Pie & greeting card - Diwali Gifts||Rs. 649.0|
|Charming Roses||Rs. 1255.0|
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