Although Christmas is observed as a time for church services, family gathering and gift giving, a few crucial historical events also happened to fall on the same date. According to the records, this time, considered as the most wonderful one in the year, has been also known for interruptions by the coronation of kings, scientific breakthroughs, legendary battles and others. However, a few of the well-known historical events observed on the day of the Christmas are discussed as below.

Crowning of Charlemagne as the Holy Roman Emperor in 800

Charlemagne, a Frankish warrior king, also known as the Father of Europe is known to unite a huge part of the European continent under the Carolingian Empire’s banner. A catholic devotee, Charlemagne created a huge kingdom in the late part of the 700s with the help of his extensive military campaigns executed against the Avars, the Lombards and the Saxons, where he also converted all his subjects to Christianity along with strict religious reforms. Read More →

flower giftGifting a special someone with flowers is a unique experience that no words can be used to explain, which help to convey the rich feeling in the heart. Flowers are the best choice of gifts for all types of occasions and the pleasure of receiving and sending flowers as a gift cannot be compared to anything else. A single flower or an arrangement can be used to express a myriad of feelings and emotions, where the choice of colors and arrangements plays a major role. Read More →

BA008_bFabulous discounts on mother’s day

Before a week of mother’s day individual can get wide discounts on various products. Even on flowers, you can get discounts on selected items. Other shop owners would provide a flat rate of discount on any item you pick up from the store. This is a particular period when you can easily pamper your mother. You can also register yourself at flower delivery stores or gift stores. Even if you are not aware of the discount season, you can easily get intimation about the same through your email. The authority sends emails to each registered member of the websites. Being a member, you can get many benefits as compared to unregistered members. Read More →


New Year is observed on January 1st according to the Gregorian calendar. The idea of choosing January 1st came in the mind of roman king Julius Caesar. The month was related to two faced God Janus, which he believed one face symbolized the end of one year and the other, the beginning of next year. In the past January 1 was not considered the start of New Year. The Gregorian calendar wasn’t accepted by all. Christians preferred March 25th, which is related to the incarnation of Jesus Christ. It took time for its acceptance and once the calendar was accepted, the 1st day in it, January 1st was taken as the New Year day. In 1582 the Gregorian calendar restored January 1st as the New Year beginning. Since then, January 1st is internationally accepted as the beginning of New Year. Make flowers delivered to Mumbai on this special day. Read More →

The Christmas spirit of love changes hearts and lives. Christmas is the festival which ends the year on a happy note. It is all about traditions, carols, recipes, gifts, stories, parties, Santa Claus and much more. Every year more than 400 million people celebrate Christmas across the globe. This fact makes Xmas one of the world’s biggest religious and commercial festivities. In the year 300 A.D., the birthday of Jesus was determined to be on December 25th. The day has been celebrated from then until today. The celebration of Christmas starts with Christmas Eve, the evening of December 24. Christmas is also known as X-MAS. It is a widely observed holiday. The observances that happen during X-MAS are church services, flower giving, family gatherings, symbolic decoration, etc. Christmas is celebrated as a major festival in countries around the world. It is also famous among those countries whose populations are mostly non-Christian. Christmas and Easter find highest annual church attendance. Read More →

Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India. This festival is celebrated every year in the month of November. In this festival, worship of goddess Lakshmi is performed throughout the nation. The features of the festival are lots of fireworks, crackers and lights. People wear new dresses and exchange gifts with each other in this festival. Women will embroider themselves with ornaments and wear gorgeous dresses during the occasion. People visit their friends and relatives to celebrate the festival of Diwali. This is an occasion of joy, happiness, friendship and grandeur. People living outside India also send gifts to their dear ones, with the help of online gift delivery system. Their relatives are deeply touched on receiving flowers, chocolates, decorative, sweets, cakes, etc. as Diwali gifts from their friends and relatives living far. Every year, all the people around the nation wait for the festival as it is a best way to celebrate and share joy and happiness with family and friends. Read More →

The most awaited festival of the year for most of the people in India is Diwali. It is a festival of happiness, light, gifts, clothes, accessories, flowers, etc. It also enlightens us to be a better individual that ever before. Diwali has its own significance and reasons to be celebrated. It is usually considered the victory of good over evil. It is being celebrated since ages after the victory of Rama over Ravana and the day of his returning to hometown Ayodhya, is celebrated as Diwali. This festival of light will be different for different age groups. Kids rejoice this festival as they see it be an occasion to light the lamps and burst crackers. Grown-ups rejoice as they get to do shopping for new accessories and clothes alongside maintaining the protocol of festivity by sharing warmth. Family is the most important entity with which we often tend to share our feelings and there could be no better occasion than celebrating Diwali together. Read More →

Foreigner visiting India would wonder about the festival and occasion they would get in India in the month of November. Foreigners do visit India in the month of November as this is the month of all festivals and occasions in India.  The weather condition also remains really cool and dry. The foreigner will not have to suffer from hot climate as during the month of November, the weather becomes desirable.  According to Hindu calendar, this is known as the month of Kartika. Different festivals and occasions are celebrated throughout the nation during this month. Read More →


Children’s day is a special day dedicated to children, which is celebrated all around the world. It is celebrated on different days in different countries and for several reasons. This day was established basically to protect children and their rights and to ensure that every child is educated. Universally, this day is celebrated on 20th November. On this day, several activities are conducted aiming at future of children and also to make them more cheerful. Read More →