An Exciting Collection of Special Rakhi Thalis


This year, the much awaited auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on August. the premier online gifting portal that deals exclusively in online rakhis and other rakhi gifts, has brought a good news for your brothers residing in India. To make the occasion of Rakhi, a memorable affair to remember, this leading online gifting portal has launched an exciting collection of special Rakhi Thalis for them. This means that sisters staying abroad can now send ornately decorated thalis for their loving brothers, along with an online Rakhi to India.

Raksha Bandhan celebrates the eternal bond of love between the brothers and the sisters. It is observed in India as well as among the various Indian communities residing abroad with great enthusiasm. Rakhi Thalis have always been an integral part of Raksha Bandhan ritual, since time immemorial. These thalis usually consist of a diya, shagun nariyal, roli or tika, sandalwood paste, chawal and sacred Rakhi thread. Sometimes these thalis are beautifully decked with zari and lace work. Since brothers stand for protection, safety and security for the sisters, on the day of Raksha Bandhan, they are elevated to the status of a protecting deity. The sisters perform arti before the brothers, apply roli, chawal and sandalwood paste on their forehead and tie the sacred Rakhi thread on their wrists. Sisters who will be staying away from their brothers on this auspicious day, can simply send a beautifully decorated Rakhi Thali for their brothers, when they plan to send Rakhi to India.

The special rakhi thali collection available on this online gifting portal features three kinds of thalis-elegant, designer and handmade. These come in various shapes too. Apart from the usual circular ones, you can also check out the octagonal thalis or the square thalis. The elegant thalis are made from German silver. These thalis feature minimalistic decorations. This is the reason why these thalis look elegant and exude class. The handmade thalis resemble more like designer trays that have been lavishly decorated with zari and lacework. You can also send designer thalis for your brothers that have been beautifully decorated with traditional motifs. These thalis come with small packets of roli and chawal, beautifully packed and attached to them and would be absolutely loved by your loved ones in India. You can send these beautifully decorated thalis even to your sisters-in-law as well as to your kid brothers in India. The Bhaiya Bhabhi Rakhi Thali and the Rakhi Gifts for Kids will definitely elate them on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.

Clay Ganesha Rakhi Thali

Speaking about the launch of the exciting collection of special Rakhi Thalis, Mr. Amit Desai, the CEO of the organization says, “The motto of our organization is - Delivering smiles across miles. Our exciting collection of special Rakhi Thalis will definitely help to broaden the smiles on the face of our much valued customers and make Rakhi, a memorable affair for them to remember. With more than two decades of experience in this field, our goal is to strengthen the bond between the brothers and their sisters residing abroad. Our customers can send Rakhi Gifts to India from across the world along with our newly launched special Rakhi Thalis and strengthen the bond of love with their siblings, even if both of them are miles apart..”

Since its inception in 1999, has been serving its valuable and global clientle worldwide. The exciting collection of special Rakhi Thalis will make it possible for the sisters to select the perfect thali for their much beloved brothers along with other Rakhi gifts. While choosing the Rakhi Thalis, you must also check out the huge collection of Online Rakhi available. This online gifting portal keeps on updating its collection, so whenever you plan to send Rakhi to India, make sure to browse their collection. With their efficient online services, you can also send Rakhi Gifts to India from abroad, enjoy peace of mind and bring a wide smile on the faces of your brothers in India.

Arnab Published: Jul 10, 2015 | Last Updated: Sep 07, 2022