Render Joyous Fun By Presenting Silver Rakhis To Your Beloved Brother

7 June 2016

On this pious occasion of Raksha Bandhan there are various variants of Rakhis which are sold as hot cakes like Auspicious Rakhi, Om Rakhi, Fancy Rakhi, Gold Rakhi, Diamond Rakhi, Silver Rakhi, Rudraksh Rakhi, Pearl Rakhi, Lumba Rakhi, Zardosi Rakhi etc. The Silver Rakhis are designed with several idols and symbols which depict the image of Gods and Goddesses like Ek Omkaar, Ganesha, Om, Sreekrishna and many more. These Silver Rakhis are decorated with beads, colourful threads, roli, beads, precious stones and many more items. This day every sister spends time in decorating the pooja thali along with a diya, roli, chawal, sandalwood paste which adds an extra glam to the celebration. This festival is celebrated during Shravan month and on a full moon day to make this day more pious. This festival invites everyone despite of religion, caste, creed to come forward and participate in this occasion where there is a tint of love and respect. On this day everyone feels relaxed and cozy when the celebration starts, at the beginning of the day this sacred thread or roli is tied on the wrist of the brother followed by the tilak session, sweets are given to the brother and at last the gifts are given to the sister. The preparation of this sacred festival involves everyone and at least before a fortnight where the ladies take enormous pressure on this day. The festival emphasises the fact which was untold that this festival was celebrated also during the ancient times and also relevant in this 21st Century. This day not only focuses the brother sister relation but also involves every female who considers any man to be her brother and she ties a thread on his wrist. This Raksha Bandhan is celebrated almost in every state of India by procuring different names like Raksha Bandhan in North India, Rakhi Purnima in East India, Avani Avittam in South India, Kajari Purnima in Central India, Nariyal Purnima in Western India, Pavitrapana in Gujarat and is also celebrated in Nepal. This day is not only relevant in Hindus but also seen in case of Muslims, Sikhs, Jains who also equally take part in this holy occasion. This occasion plays a vital role in the heart of everyone despite being a man and woman who loves to enjoy this festival with great woos and enthusiasm.

This Raksha Bandhan happens to be the most elegant festival in India which brings unlimited fun among the brothers and sisters as a consequence they wait for one whole year till this day arrives. This day the sisters worship by visiting temples for the long life, wealth and prosperity of their brothers. The main objective of this day revolves round the fact when gifts are given to the sisters and after receiving them they feel overjoyed in sheer happiness. This festival makes the mood of every single individual fun loving and they have an earnest desire to spend every moment with their dear ones. This day dedicate some special moment to your brother and take care of his feelings in a special way. This day welcomes the onset of happiness between a brother and a sister for which they await from the last one year. The countdown gets over when this festival knocks at the doorstep and fun is in the air. This festival is also equally celebrated in the Gulf countries, Nepal, USA, UK and Australia where Indians celibate by wearing traditional attire like Sarees, Salwar Suits, Kurtas and many other dresses by following the same tradition or custom. The tradition of Rakhi is the same from yesteryear till today but the style has changed and the variants of Rakhi have changed according to the choice of people. Rakhis are also exported to the foreign countries where they are sent at a higher rate and the profit increases as the variations increases day by day.  This festival invites people from far off lands to participate in accordance to the choice of the people who deserves to be the best. This vivacious day reminds every sister of their brother might be he is in India or residing abroad.

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