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Exquisite Rakhi

Exquisite Rakhi

Celebrate the special tie of Raksha bandhan with this exquisite rakhi which has a perfect combination of green and orange colours. This beautiful circle is perfectly engrossed with green and saffron resham thread with translucent crystals and a sequence based flower in the middle.. For delivery all over the world FREE shipping in India FREE A 5 Star Cadbury Chocolate FREE Rakhi Greeting Card + Tikka ( Roli + Chawal ) Delivery within 2-3 working days in India Delivery would take 3 -7...
Rs.275.00/-... more info
Captivating Lumba

Captivating Lumba

This rakshbandhan express your heartfelt wishes by sending this lumba grafted with beautiful yellow roses, a dome infringed with wool and crystals. The danglers have pearls, bugles and glass beads. For delivery all over the world FREE shipping in India FREE Bangle with Lumba FREE Rakhi Greeting Card + Tikka ( Roli + Chawal ) FREE A 5 Star Cadbury Chocolate Delivery within 2-3 working days in India Delivery would take 3 -7 working days for outside India
Rs.385.00/-... more info
Exceptional Swastik Rakhi

Exceptional Swastik Rakhi

When trouble comes your soul to try, you love the one who just stand by. None but your brother will always stand by you so you can also make him feel special by sending this exceptional bracelet rakhi all intruded with Golden metal sheet with swastik"s emblem on it and classy American Diamonds giving all it more shine. For delivery all over the WORLD FREE shipping in INDIA ONLY FREE Rakhi Greeting Card + Tikka ( Roli + Chawal ) FREE A 5 Star Cadbury Chocolate Delivery would take 2 -3...
Rs.285.00/-... more info



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Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a Southeast Asian nation of more than 100 ethnic groups, bordering India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand. Yangon (formerly Rangoon), the country's largest city, is home to bustling markets, numerous parks and lakes, and the towering, gilded Shwedagon Pagoda, which contains Buddhist relics and dates to the 6th century.


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