Send Diwali Gifts to Worldwide

This year, send sweets to your family and loved ones on the special and auspicious occasion of Diwali and make the occasion memorable for them.

Diwali Sweets Gifts

Diwali is celebrated all over India with great pomp and vigor. The whole week is observed through different customs and rituals. The most popular story behind the celebration of Diwali is the story of the return of Lord Ram. Lord Ram returned from his fourteen year exile after defeating the demon king Ravan. The Kingdom of Ayodhya rejoiced at the return of Lord Ram, and lit 'diyas' (lamps) to welcome him home. Another tale is that of Bali, whom Lord Vishnu vanquished in his 'Vamana' avatar. Bali, however, comes back to earth once a year, to rule over his kingdom, according to the boon given by Lord Vishnu. Diwali is an important Indian festival and is celebrated with great joy and devotion. Sweets are a huge part of the Indian customs and are synonymous with prosperity.

Sweet Gifts For Diwali

Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun is a very popular and delicious dessert in India. It is said that this dessert was made as a delicacy for the King Jalalabad. Dough and 'Khoya' (milk solids) are mixed and deep fried and then immersed in rose water, honey or sugar syrup to prepare Gulab Jamun. A yummy gift to give your family this year on Diwali!

Kaju Barfi
Kaju Barfi, also known as Kaju Kathli is a very popular and delectable sweet dish. Its main ingredients are cashews, sugar, ghee and cardamom. The little sweets are usually made in the shape of a diamond or square. It is a scrumptious dessert and a lovely gift for your family.

Rasgullas are delicious sweets that are made from Indian cottage cheese and semolina dough. This is finally cooked and left to soak in sugar syrup. These are loved by all and are fantastic options for serving during the festivals.

'Jalebi' is a very popular sweet dish in India and is known as the 'Celebration Sweet'. The main ingredients for this delectable dessert are wheat-flour, saffron, ghee (clarified butter) and sugar. The wheat-flour is fried in ghee and is then immersed in sugar syrup to prepare 'Jalebi'. These are usually made in the shape of pretzels, served either hot or cold. This is a great gift to send to your loved ones this Diwali.