The Bond of Love and Protection – Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi

Raksha Bandhan, or Rakhi is a Hindu festival – It is a day that symbolizes the sacred relationship between a brother and sister. Exactly interpreted, Raksha means protection while Bandhan means bond. Raksha Bandhan, therefore, signifies the bond of love out which comes a sense of security and protection.

Rakhi’ is a special occasion to celebrate this emotional bonding by tying a holy thread around the wrist. On the day of Rakhi, sisters prepare the pooja thali with diya, roli, chawal, rakhi thread and sweets. Then sister ties a Rakhi, comprising holy threads, on her brother’s wrist and performs an aarati and wishes for his happiness and well-being. . In return, the brother gives her a gift and acknowledges the love with a promise to stand by his sister through all the good and bad times.

Raksha Bandhan Gifts

Happy Raksha Bandhan

The ritual is meant to signify their strong love and that both are looking out for each other. The festival goes much beyond real brothers and sisters to any two individuals who enjoy a deep relationship. So you are likely to see a woman tie a rakhi to her cousins, neighbors and close friends.

If you are away from India or far away from your brother and want to send Rakhi Gift on Raksha Bandhan to your sister or brother, we have fabulous collection of flowers and gift and you can also send rakhi online to your brother or dear ones. You can send traditional Rakhi Gift – is also called as Rakhi Return Gift. Via www.indianfreshflowers.com it is easy to send Rakhi Gifts to India, send rakhi thalis to India. You can send various types of gift for brother or gift for sister on raksha bandhan and celebrate the auspicious Raksha bandhan occasion with unique rakhi gifts or Raksha Bandhan Gifts.

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