Send Gifts to Hyderabad on Ugadi through Hyderabad Online Gifts

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Hyderabad Online Gifts launched Ugadi Gifts to Hyderabad. Customers can place online orders to send Ugadi Gifts to Hyderabad.

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Place online orders to send Ugadi gifts to Hyderabad

This year, Hyderabad Online Gifts launched a service to deliver gifts to Hyderabad on Ugadi. The offers a wide range of Ugadi gifts: flowers, cakes, sweets, dry fruits and fresh fruits. The Customers can select an appropriate gift and place online order. provides same day delivery of gifts in Hyderabad.

Ugadi is the best time to exchange gifts with one another. Ugadi is the celebration of the New Year. People send Ugadi Gifts to Hyderabad for their loved ones. Ugadi celebrations are incomplete without flowers. Flowers are the best way to express the feelings. People send flowers for the people they care about. On this auspicious festival, people decorate temples and houses with fresh flowers and mango leaves. People believe that the mango leaves are a symbol of wellbeing. So the doorways of houses are decorated with the mango leaves on that day. People can send flowers to Hyderabad for their family so that the recipients can use the gift in the puja.

Ugadi means “beginning of a new era“. The Hindu calendar begins with the month of Chaitra. Ugadi is celebrated on the first day of this month. People believe that the Lord Brahma created the universe on that day. So it is the starting point of the Hindu calendar. Ugadi also marks the beginning of the spring season and is considered as a symbol of joy, growth and prosperity. Ugadi is also the starting of vasant Navratris (nine days festival of Goddess Durga), followed by Ramnavmi.
People start the day by taking a shower early in the morning along with an oil bath. Wearing traditional dresses on that day is also a part of the celebration of this festival. People make traditional cuisines like “Ugadi Pachadi” on that day. The ingredients of this cuisine are neem buds, jaggery, raw mango and tamarind juice. It symbolizes the different tastes of life, like bitter, sweet and sour. People eat the dish to remind themselves that the life is mixture of both happiness and pain.

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