Raksha Bandhan

It is not surprising that Indian festivals are the excellent mediums to reflect the culture and tradition. There are different types of festivals that show the love and joy of life, the most commonly celebrated one is Raksha Bandhan while more pretty choice includes, Deepavali, Pongal, Bakrid and much more. Raksha Bandhan is one such festival that tends to reflect the fraternity, affection, and sentiments.

In short, we can say that Raksha bandh is a bond of protection, which means it is an excellent occasion to exchange care, love, and affection. It is not surprising that the Indian festivals are incomplete without traditional Indian festivities, which includes the exchange of gifts, gathering together, sharing thoughts, dancing, singing and similar endeavors. In fact, this festival has been the traditional one in North India but everyone would like to enjoy this festival as it is being the part of the life. Apart from being the traditional one, it is the prominent occasion for North Indians to flourish their wonderful feeling of brotherhood. During Raksha Bandhan, sisters make the roli, Diya, Rakhi thread and delicious sweets, gifts and much more on this auspicious day which will fall on.

Rakhi / Raksha Bandhan Date 

Year Date Day Holiday
2019 15-Aug Thu Raksha Bandhan
2020 3-Aug Mon Raksha Bandhan

The festival starts with the usual prayer followed by sister tying the rakhis to their beloved brothers and makes the wishes for their well-being and happiness. She prays God for the health, happiness and well- being of his brothers while he wishes her the same and they both enjoy together. As soon as the sister ties rakhi to him, he will give her a precious gift as the token of his love. Raksha Bandhan is a great opportunity to celebrate and reunion. On the day of Rakshabandhan, people cook delicious sweets, mouth watering sweets, and cool dishes. Interestingly, they would exchange the gifts and share their delicious dishes. It is a cool way to share their thoughts and past experience

There are so many beautiful rakhi quotes and messages are available for those who do not get a chance for togetherness. If this is the case for you, e-rakhi is the one that would help you during the absence of brother or sister, you can buy or gift rakhi online to your brother and sister via online portals. Handmade Rakhi cards are out there, that reflects your personal feelings. Although the celebration of this festival was started in North India, many people have started browsing the web for the Rakhi Sms, Rakhi poem, Rakhi Messages, Rakhi wall paper, Thali Decoration and much more.

Rakhi symbolizes the strong bond of love and affection between the sister and the brother. It is the time to prepare the finger-licking dishes and eye-catching gifts. Some of the delicious Rakha Bandhan recipes are Banana cutlets, vegetable pancakes, Tamarind rice, khoya Pua, Pakoras, vermicelli kheer, Malgova sweets and much more. The way of sharing the dishes and tasting the recipes are much like other Indian festivals. Apart from the dishes, Rakhi bracelets are quite interesting to wear. There are different types of Rakhis to choose from and they come up with affordable prices. The most famous Bracelets are made up of colorful beads at the center.

It is a strong belief among Indians that this festival is specially made for the people to flourish their affection, love and strong feeling of brotherhood. So, stop thinking and start celebrating the festival the way you love.

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