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Pineapple Cake 1/2 Kg + Card

US $ 15.49 / Rs. 995
Black Forest Cake 1/2kg

Black Forest Cake 1/2kg + Card

US $ 15.49 / Rs. 995
US $ 14.40 / Rs. 925

Delivery Information for Patiala

  Flowers and Cakes to Patiala can be delivered within 24 hours

  All Other gifts can be delivered within 2-3 days as they are sent by courier / speed post from our HO. Tracking Number is available on request and delivery can be done to more than 2500 cities all over India.

  Free Home Delivery for Gifts to Patiala

  A Complimentary greeting card accompanies the gift along with your message

From colourful turbans that Sikhs wear to swaying parandas adorning the long braids of traditional Punjabi women, Patiala is known for a lot of things. It is the sports hub of India with the very famous National Institute of Sports, Rink Hall for roller skating, Raja Bhalindra Sports Complex and a sports stadium for athletics too. For kids of Patiala, Gujarat Gifts presents a newly launched section of Sports Gifts!

Parandas are a little outdated now, but trendy accessories like branded purses and handbags and cool clutches or sunglasses should certainly win over a Patiala girl. Churidar suits or just trendy kurtis that can easily be worn with jeans or leggings may also be a good gift for college-going girls or professional women.

A Big bouquet of bright, cheerful flowers or a grand ostentatious cake never fails to work its charms on lively city people with or without a Patiala peg in hand.

This city is one of India's richest princely states, and is city of palaces and museums. It is famous for punjabi shoes, silver and gold embroidered "naalas" (or pyjama strings) parandhas of varied shapes and designs , hand-woven head coverings, Phulkaris which can only be described as embroidered masterpieces.