Raksha Bandhan commonly known as Rakhi is a popular festival in India. The festival celebrates the eternal bond of love shared between brother and sister. This festival is celebrated in a unique manner. The festival centers around the tying of sacred thread by the sister on the brother’s wrist. The brother also blesses his sister and promises to protect her from all hazards of life. Apart from these traditional customs, feasting, merrymaking, and exchanging gifts are the core essences of this festival. However, if you are not with your dear siblings on this grand occasion, you can delight them by sending Rakhi gifts online. Amongst all gifts, you can charm your brother by sending traditional Rakhi gifts. A wide plethora of traditional Rakhi gifts are available on this site. Here is a list of traditional Rakhi gifts that you can send to your brother along with Rakhi to India.
You can strengthen the bond of love with your brother by selecting exclusive Rakhi threads for him. Various Rakhi threads such as Zardosi Rakhi, Dori Rakhi etc are available in this site. The special Rakhi threads available in this site are Silver Rakhi, Gold Rakhi, Pearl Rakhi etc. All the Rakhis are intricately decked with glitters, colorful beads, stones etc. If your brother is married then you can surprise your bhaiya bhabi by sending bhaiya bhabi Rakhi. Bhaiya Bhabi Rakhis come in a set. Both the Rakhis are artistically embellished with stones, glitters and come in various shapes. You can also avail kid’s Rakhi such as ZooZoo Rakhi, Mickey Mouse Rakhi, Bal Ganesha Rakhi etc in “Kid Rakhi” section.
Traditional Rakhi gifts for brothers also include Rakhi thalis. The Rakhi thalis for brother are mostly made up of silver and handmade paper trays. Most of the thalis are beautifully decked with golden or red-colored zaris. The thalis come with scared Rakhi thread, roli and chawal dabbi, shagun nariyal, and an image of Lord Ganesha. So send Rakhi to India along with these attractive Rakhi thalis.
The celebration of the Indian festival remains incomplete with sweets. The custom of sharing sweets on festivals signifies happiness and good luck. So you can convey your warm wishes to your brother by sending mouthwatering sweets from the “Mithai Thali” section or “Sweet Hamper” section. The thalis as well as the hampers come with delicious Indian sweets such as Mootichoor Laddoo, Peda, Kaju barfi, Kaju roll, etc. Your brother will definitely enjoy having these mouthwatering sweets on Rakhi. You can send these traditional Rakhi gifts to your brother only if you know when is Rakhi. Every year rakhi is celebrated on the full moon day of Shravan which is a month as per the Hindu calendar. Apart from these traditional gifts, you can send Rakhi gifts to India such as soft toys, personalized gifts, chocolates, etc. Along with these traditional gifts, you can also express your love and warm wishes by creating handmade Rakhi greeting cards. If you don’t know how to make a Rakhi greeting card, here are some suggestions. You can use colorful chart papers to make the card and further decorate it with glitters, images, colored pencils etc. This will truly impress your brother as well as make him feel special.