Make Your Mother's Day Special With Lovely Sweets for Your Mother


Kolkata, West Bengal -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/29/2010 -- Occasions and gifting have became synonymous words. We cannot think of celebrating an occasion without gifting. It is this very process by which we move closer to our friends and family. With the advent of science and technology sending gifts through online to mark various occasions is the talk of the day.

Moreover, due to the present day career commitments many of us are bound to leave one's abode and settle in some foreign land. But the online gifting portals have made lives easier. No matter where one is residing, a single click of the mouse can fetch the most precious gift for his or her loved ones. is one such Indian gifting portal which has been meticulously catering the needs of global Indians since 1999. Eying on the forthcoming Mother's Day celebrations it has showcased an array of gifts to choose from.

Right from our childhood, mothers appear to be the sole satisfier of our every needs. To acknowledge all those selfless sacrifices that a mother bears for her child, every year on the second Sunday of May, Mother's Day is celebrated throughout the whole world. And with what else we could celebrate the day better than sweets? For the occasion of Mother's Day, has introduced a section solely devoted to its offering on sweets to be sent as Mother's Day gift to India. Here one will find the most popular sweets like Motichoor Laddu, Sohan Papdi, Gulabjamun, Cham Cham, Rasgulla and lots more. also offers sugar-free sweets for patients suffering from diabetes. To maintain a strict guideline on quality assurance, these sweets are always sourced from confectioneries of well repute.

Commenting on this, the CEO of GiftstoIndia24x7, Mr. Amit Desai opined, "Gifting of sweets is the most essential phenomenon to mark an occasion. We are sure that the sweets we offer will make the event of Mother's Day an occasion to cherish for. Send these sweets to India on Mother's Day and be proud to make her feel happy."