Celebrating Raksha Bandhan

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi, this festival marks the love of brothers and sisters. This beautiful festival is celebrated with full flair all around the country. On this pious day sisters tie a thread on the wrist of their brothers, symbolizing their love for each other.


This is the traditional meaning of this festival, but with changing times, this festival has also witnessed many changes. Like every year new and modern designs of rakhis are flourishing the markets these days. From mythological characters to cartoon characters or even movie actors like Salman Khan and Harry Potter can be seen on rakhi.


Even the gifts that brothers give to their sisters has also changed. Earlier sweets made of milk were given but these days chocolates and low fat and sugar-free sweets are preferred by everyone.

And how can we forget kite flying competitions in the evening. Loud music, sweets, drinks entire family gather on the terrace for this. Its just a picture perfect moment.

So prepare yourself as soon this festival is coming. For your shopping here are some of the latest designs of rakhis. So enjoy and have a blast.


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2 comments:

India Travel August 11, 2011 at 10:39 PM  

Nice blog. Rakshabandhan is the most beautiful festival of brothers and sisiters.

Mitzi Lambert Himachal Pradesh January 19, 2012 at 11:25 PM  

This is a reality that only a thread like such beautiful rakhis makes the day important and ties brother n sister in a beautiful relationship. Great post.

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