Light-hearted and harmless gifts

Think about it, you are thinking to get a piece of merchandise for someone, which not only has a lasting utility value but will also bring a laugh on their face, won’t that be doubly joyful and meaningful? Will that be something very interesting or innovative on this Christmas and the New Year eve? Continue reading

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Etiquettes of greeting and gift giving in the UK

Let us follow some important gift giving etiquette norms in the country. The British people tend to exchange gifts quite frequently between close friends and family members on personal and social festive occasions like Christmas. However, giving and receiving gifts is not a common practice of British business culture. Continue reading

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Christmas tree and other traditions

As Christmas approaches, Santa Claus is eagerly awaited by children and so also the goodies and gifts he brings along. It is interesting to note that the popular view of Santa we all have today – with the sleigh, the reindeer and the chimney – was derived largely from Clement Moore’s ‘The Night Before Christmas’, the 1822 book, further reinforced further by an advertising campaign. Continue reading

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Santa: the Patron of Giving

Santa Claus is an icon of peace, joy and happiness, who enlivens our minds and hearts. He lives in the hearts of those who believe in virtues of giving and spreading happiness. Hence, gifting is something that is closely associated with the festival of Christmas. Continue reading

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