About Rakhi: Page 2

Sis-Bro Rakhi Thread

Traditions and Norms followed in Rakhi

Our brothers and sisters are there with us from the dawn of our personal stories to the inevitable dusk. ~Susan Scarf Merrell The sweetest bond on earth is the fraternal bond shared between a brother and a sister. On a beautiful full moon day in the month of Shravan or August, this sacred and pure bond of fraternal love is being celebrated all over the India in the name of Raksha Bandhan which means the 'bond of protection'. It is the festival of celebrating the togetherness of being one of a family. This festival flourishes the feeling of brotherhood and all the responsibilities come along with it. As being the land of festiva

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Boy Hand Tying Rakhi 2019

Celebrate the Beautiful Bond of Rakhi

Rakhi, the Hindu festival of relation, truly showcases the beautiful bond of love, affection and respect that exist between a brother and a sister. Since childhood, brothers and sisters share some sort of mutual understanding, trust and love. Every year on the full moon day of the Indian month of Sravaana this holy festival is celebrated whole-heartedly all throughout the country. People from every strata of the society takes an active participation in this beautiful festival with the same vigor and spirit. Rakhi, or Raksha Bandhan, as it is known in some parts of India, literally translates to mean 'the bond of protection'. It

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Make Rakhi Memorable

Make Rakhi Memorable

Rakhi is one of the most famous Indian festivals celebrated with pomp and enthusiasm. Rakhi is celebrated to honour the sacred relation between a brother and a sister. Rakhi celebration strengthens the affectionate relationship and love among brothers and sisters. On this auspicious day, sisters tie a rakhi thread on the wrist of their brothers and pray for their well being and long life. The brothers in return also promise to protect their sisters from any adversities throughout their lives. All girls start preparing for this occasion many days before the festival arrives. They shop for colorful rakhis and also buy delicious s

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Surprise Brother with Handmade Rakhi

Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is the significant festival, celebrated by Indians with pomp and enthusiasm. This jubilant festival commemorates the sacred bond of eternal love between brothers and sisters. People wake up early in the morning to start their day. Shops and markets get prepared for the occasion much before the actual day arrives. Varieties of Rakhi threads and gifts are portrayed in the shops. Sisters take early bath, wear traditional clothes and get prepared for the auspicious occasion. They put ‘tilak’ on the forehead of their brothers and tie a sacred Rakhi thread on the right wrist of their brothers while

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Rakhi Gifts For Your Brother

History of Raksha Bandhan in India

India is known as the 'land of festivals'. The rich culture and heritage of India can be dated back to 6000 years ago when Aryans created the Indus Valley Civilization. As the time passed by, festivals and their traditions started differing from region to region. The customs and traditions evolved from different corners of India and today, India is a land that epitomizes unity in diversity. Festivals and rituals following them have neen the integral part of Indian society. Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is a traditional festival which is celebrated all over India. Celebrated in the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana, Rakhi c

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Send Dry Fruits & Sweets on Rakhi

Send Dry Fruits & Sweets on Rakhi

Rakhi is the most celebrated festival of India. Dry fruits and sweets are exchanged in plenty during this auspicious festival. If you want to send dry fruits and sweets on Rakhi, you can send through giftstoindia24x7.com. Dedicated entirely to rakhi and rakhi related gifts, you can send rakhi to India along with various other gifts with the help of this global rakhi store. Sending dry fruits on Rakhi are often appreciated as these are enjoyed by one and all. You can choose from our dry fruits collection which has been divided into Dry Fruits for Rakhi, Dryfruits with Rakhi, Dry Fruit Hampers and Dry Fruits Thali. All these diff

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Raksha Bandhan - Historical Significance

Pomp and enthusiasm are the main essence which makes any festivity a grand celebration. Family members get together to enjoy every moment of the special occasion. Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is celebrated in the remembrance of the eternal love bond between brothers and sisters. Raksha Bandhan is a festival which celebrates the bond of affection between brothers and sisters. It is a day when siblings pray for each others well being and long life and wish for each others happiness and goodwill. On this auspicious day of Rakhi, brothers pledge to protect their sisters from all harms and troubles and the sisters pray to God to protect

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Rakhi: Customs, Traditions and Gifts

India is a land of multi-ethnic and multi-religious society. The country has successfully managed to preserve its established traditions while absorbing new customs, beliefs, and ideas from invaders and immigrants and spreading its wings of cultural influence to other parts of the continent. Being its culture marked by a high degree of syncretism and cultural pluralism, India is home to innumerable festivities. It is through this colorful celebration of these festivals that the country proclaims its true identity as 'unity in diversity'. Come this month of August and the whole of India will once more, like every year, come toge

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When is Rakhi in 2015

When is Rakhi in 2015 ?

Raksha Bandhan, the Hindu festival, is simply known as Rakhi or Rakhi Purnima in many parts of India. The festival is a celebration of the eternal bond of love between a brother and sister. The festival initially started as a celebration between siblings having blood relations but today a woman and a man, even though not siblings, can still take part in celebrating Raksha Bandhan. On this day, sisters tie a sacred thread around the wrists of their brothers. This thread is called ‘Rakhi’. Thereafter, the day on which this is tied, also came to be known as Rakhi. Since the traditional Hindu calendar is followed to det

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Send gifts to your sister on Rakhi

Send gifts to your sister on Rakhi

Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is a festival, celebrated and dedicated to respect the brother-sister bond of love. Rakhi is celebrated with a lot of fun and frolic by Indians in every corners of the world. Besides tying Rakhi on the brother's hand, exchanging gifts, grand feasting and distributing mouth watering sweets are also a part of the festivities. These acts make the Rakhi festival all the more interesting and people wait eagerly for the day to arrive. On the auspicious day of Rakhi, guys usually prefer to go for traditional outfits like kurta-pajamas and sisters wear salwar-kurta, chudidaar-kurta, saree, lehengas, and other tr

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