Millions of Indians have settled in foreign countries like Canada, United States and Australia and are collectively termed as Non-resident Indians or NRIs. Everywhere, they have acquired a well deserved reputation for their social, cultural and economic contribution to their adopted countries. NRI work ethics and family values are especially respected in Canada as well as Path of Exile in the United States. Gone are the days when NRIs would be found doing work at the lower end of the value chain in such developed countries. Now, people like Indra Nooyi, the CEO of Pepsi and Vikram Pandit, the CEO of Citibank are NRIs that people in North America look up to.
In Canada especially, the level of acceptance and integration into mainstream society is quite high for NRIs. So much so that Punjabi is now the third official language in the Canadian Parliament after English and French! A number of prominent NRI politicians in Canada including NRI women politicians have risen to levels of high responsibility in the Canadian Parliament and the Canadian Government. Politicians like Dr. Ruby Dhalla have spoken passionately and knowledgeably in the Canadian House of Commons about many issues concerning Path of Exile item people of Indian origin, among other matters of state in Canada. Given such a positive social and political dynamic, it is very natural that traditional Indian festivals like Raksha Bandhan are well-known in Canada. Just like it is done in India, Indian family members come together and celebrate the festival in a traditional manner. If a brother and a sister, however, do not live in the same country, they send Rakhi gifts to each other.
Now, you can send Rakhi to India from Canada online with unmatched convenience. Instead of physically scouting shops for appropriate gift items, you can let gifting portals do all the work for you while you simply use a mouse click to order the Rakhis and gift items of your choice. So go ahead and make August 02, 2012 (the day of the Indian festival of Rakshabandhan) memorable for your brother/s POE items by sending Rakhi to India from Canada. You can also send gifts for Rakhi for Canada through the website. When you send through http://www.gujaratgifts.com, you get free roli, tikka and chawal with every order besides the assurance of reliable delivery of your items anywhere in the country. Simply pay using a credit card, mobile payment or net banking.