Express Your Love & Admiration

 

What Does Wikipedia Says About Gifts ?

 "A Gift Or A Present Is An Item Given To Someone Without The Expectation Of Payment. An Item Is Not A Gift, If That Item, Itself, Is Already Owned By The One To Whom It Is Given. Although Gift-Giving Might Involve An Expectation Of Reciprocity, A Gift Is Meant To Be Free.
By Extension The Term Gift Can Refer To Anything That Makes The Other Happier Or Less Sad, Especially As A Favor, Including Forgiveness And Kindness. Gifts Are Also First And Foremost Presented On Occasions - Birthdays And Christmas Being The Main Examples."

Although Inexpensive Gifts Are Common Among Colleagues, Associates And Acquaintances, Expensive Or Intimate Gifts Are Considered More Appropriate Among Close Friends, Romantic Interests Or Relatives.
It Is A Form Expressing Your Love / Admiration / Expressing Solitude / Recognising An Effort On The Part Of Your Colleague Or Employee……………
People Are Always Using Any Occasion, To Gift Their Family, Friends Or Colleagues, To Express Their Love & Admiration For Them.
In A Family There Are Various Occasions, To Exchange Gifts – In Office Culture Employees Are Given Gifts For Their Achievement In Recognition Of Their Efforts,
In Business You Take Your Business To The Next Level With Unique Marketing Materials, By Giving Gifts To Your Loyal Customers.
Among Friends There Are Various Opportunities To Express Support With Each Other Like Promotions. 
 

Here Are Some Important Occasions, When People Give Gifts To Each Other : 
 
A Birthday (The Person Who Has His Or Her Birthday Gives Cake, Etc. And/Or Receives Gifts).
 
Christmas  - Throughout The History Of Christmas Gift Giving, People Have Given One Another Gifts,
 
Easter Baskets With Chocolate Eggs, Jelly Beans, And Chocolate Rabbits Are Gifts Given On Easter.
 
Greek Orthodox Christians In Greece, Will Give Gifts To Family And Friends On The Feast Of Saint Basil.
 
Muslims Give Gifts To Family And Friends, Known As Eidi, On Eid Al-Fitr (The End Of Ramadan)And On Eid Al-Adha.

Jews gives Hanukkah gifts to family and friends.  Hindus give Diwali and Pongal gifts to family and friends. 

A wedding (the couple receives gifts and gives food and/or drinks at the wedding reception).

A wedding anniversary (each spouse receives gifts). Also on wedding engagements.

Passing an examination (the student receives gifts).

Father's Day (the father receives gifts).  Mother's Day (the mother receives gifts).

Retirement Gifts   /    Congratulations Gifts   /        Housewarming party.

The list is endless. It is An expression of love or friendship . A thank you note in any form is  An expression of gratitude for a gift received.
Learn more here about how your gifts can be customised, with your personal messages or photographs to cherish their memory.

Wishing you Happy Gifting

 



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