Celebrate Rakhi on Saturday 29th August, 2015

Rakhi : The Thread of Love

Rakhi is basically a sacred thread of protection embellished with the love and affection of a sister for her brother. This day is also known as Raksha Bandhan and celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana in India. This frail of thread of Rakhi is considered as stronger than iron chains as it binds the most beautiful relationship in an inseparable bond of love and trust. Rakhi festival also has a social significance because it underlines the notion that everybody should live in harmonious coexistence with each other.

  "Brothers are like streetlights along the road, they don't make distance any shorter but they light up the path and make the walk worthwhile."

The festival of Raksha Bandhan is entirely dedicated to the love and affection shared between a brother and a sister. On this day, sisters pray for long life of their brothers and ask God to bless them with his blessings. Brothers, in turn, give them enticing rakhi gifts and promise to care life long. This custom has been there since time immemorial. Various other believes are associated with Rakhi and therefore, people follow certain custom and tradition to celebrate this festival.

The festival of Rakhi has taken a broader significance worldwide as it spreads harmony and bring together the family members under one roof. Rakhi stands for the love between brothers and sisters, the bond of love that they have shared since their childhood. This festival holds immense significance in India. The custom of celebrating raksha bandhan started in ancestral period and even today people consider it must to express their affection in traditional manner. Rakhi has strengthen the bond of love between brothers and sisters.

Latest Rakhi Quotes

Our siblings. They resemble us just enough to make all their differences confusing, and no matter what we choose to make of this, we are cast in relation to them our whole lives long. - Susan Scarf Merrell

I, who have no sisters or brothers, look with some degree of innocent envy on those who may be said to be born to friends. - James Boswell

There is a little boy inside the man who is my brother ... Oh, how I hated that little boy. And how I love him too. - Anna Quindlan

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Raksha Bandhan celebration is the festival to express the immaculate love between brothers and sisters. This festival is being celebrated with fervor and joy since ancient period. Rakhi epitomizes the unconditional love between brothers and sisters. Ladies start the preparation at least a fortnight before the festival. In order to make the day special, they buy rakhis, rakhi gifts, rakhi pooja thalis, sweets, etc for making the day special. This is also an occasion for family get together where they collectively celebrate this sacred festival. Exchange of beautiful rakhi gifts among dear ones make this occasion a sweet remembrance for many years to come. Nowadays Sister can send rakhi for brother online.

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Raksha Bandhan Banana Cutlets
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Dear Sanjay, I don't know how to express my love towards you. I have written a small poem for you. "Dil karta hai tu phir se chotta ho jaye, apnna badappan dikhhaoo mein apni baaho ke jhule mein, lekar tujhe jhulaoo mein pyari pyari lori gaa kar ,phir se tujhe sulaoo mein itna pyar diya hai tunne, kuch to karj chukaoo mein" teri didi.

Your's sister
Ritu Agarwal
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