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History and Significance of Raksha Bandhan
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Lure your brother with different variety of Rakhi

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Tips for Selecting Rakhi Gifts
Posted on : 19th July 2014
Rakhi is a festival that celebrates a brother sister relationship. Raksha Bandhan, the day stands for the unconditional love and affection shared between siblings. The ritual of gifting is an indispensable part of the celebrations on Rakhi day. Thus, selecting gifts on Rakshabandhan for sisters or brothers becomes an incredibly important task. Here are some pointers to be kept in mind while choosing Rakhi gifts.
Rakhi Celebrations in India
Posted on : 24th April 2010
Rakhi is undoubtedly one of the most popular cultural festivals in India. It is an occasion that speaks of the undying love between a brother and a sister. Raksha bandhan is a promise to protect and cherish forever the sacred bond that symbolises this relationship. This is one of those rare ancient cultural occasions that does not limit the rituals to a brother and a sister. You need not be a related by blood or family to tie a rakhi and do pooja on Rakshabandhan.
History and Significance of Raksha Bandhan
Posted on : 7th July 2014
Raksha Bandhan is a term from the Hindi language which means a relationship or an association based on protection. This is a festival which has a long standing Indian heritage. More commonly known as Rakhi, this Indian festival signifies the sacred bond of love between a brother and sister.
Trend and Benefits of Online Rakhi Gifts Shopping
Posted on : 20th July 2009
The festival of Rakhi is approaching and people around the world are full of excitement and enthusiasm. All the markets will be soon flooded with beautiful rakhi and rakhi gifts specially made for this occasion. Many stores will suspend their regular business and will stock designer colorful Rakhi for the year's festival. On this occasion, ladies are seen crowding the Rakhi stores and purchasing Rakhis for their brothers.
Send Online Rakhi Gifts across the world
Posted on : 16th July 2009
Rakhi festival symbolize the eternal love and affection which holds the brother-sister relationship since ages and has become the true spirit of this relationship. The occasion provides an opportunity to recall those people which are here to make our life heaven. It acknowledges the festivity of moments by tying a sacred thread of protection embellished with the love and affection of a sister for her brother.
Lure your brother with different variety of Rakhi
Posted on : 13th July 2009
Raksha Bandhan is a special occasion in India which seeks to celebrate the relationship between a brother and a sister. The essence of Rakhi festival lies in the pure heavenly relationship shared between a brother and a sister. Different parts of India celebrate this festival differently yet the ritual of tying rakhi to seek protection remains the same all over the country.
Semi-Precious Rakhi – An Evergreen gift for your dear ones
Posted on : 9th July 2009
Semi-precious rakhi is the symbol of Royalty and elegance. Rakhi designed with semi-precious stones and metals is the depiction of mesmerizing beauty and ethnicity. Tying a precious rakhi on the wrist of brothers by sisters implies that she is binding royalty and happiness to him.
Celebration of Raksha Bandhan festival in India
Posted on : 6th July 2009
India is well known for its rich culture and festivals. Each and every festival has its own significance and own way of celebration. Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan as it is commonly known, stands out as a unique gift of Indian culture.
The simple thread of Rakhi embellished with other materials represent the sacred love of brother and sister. Sisters ties rakhi on brother's wrist and pray for their success and well-being.
Rakhi – Traditional and Stylish forms of rakhi
Posted on : 2nd July 2009
Raksha Bandhan is a major Hindu festival that is celebrated with great enthusiasm around the world. The rituals followed on this festival involves tying a sacred thread called 'Rakhi' on the brother's wrist by the sister and praying for his goodness. In return, brothers take an oath to protect their sisters from all the evils of the world. As per the budget and preferences of people, numerous styles and designs of rakhi are available in the market. Some of the most popular variety of rakhi are discussed below.
Rakhi - A knot blessed with love and affection
Posted on : 29th June 2009
Rakhi is a traditional Hindu festival symbolizing the love and affection between a brother and a sister. This is a festival wherein the sister pray for the safety and happiness of her brother. It is also known as 'Raksha Bandhan' that means a 'knot of protection'. Every year, this festival is celebrated on shravan poornima as per the Hindu calendar.
Changing Ways of Sending Rakhi
Posted on : 25th June 2009
Raksha Bandhan is an auspicious occasion to rejoice the unifying and ever-lasting bond of love, care and respect between brothers and sisters. The festival conveys the special message of righteousness, well-being and harmony among all sections of society. Rakhi celebration enhances a form of morality, security and amity.
Express your love with heart-taking Rakhi gifts for brothers
Posted on : 22nd June 2009
Rakhi festival is one of the major occasion in India to celebrate the sacred relation between a brother and a sister. The festival is not only tying the rakhi thread on the brother's wrist but to express their love and affection for each other. The relationship between a brother and sister is one of the best relation on this earth.
Make your sister feel special by presenting her the best Rakhi gift
Posted on : 18th June 2009
The famous Indian festival Raksha Bandhan is nothing less than a day of grand celebration in the Hindu religion. It is celebrated worldwide to cherish the unconditionally blessed relationship between brothers and sisters. It involves tying of a Rakhi thread on the brother's wrist by his sister. They both pray for the well-being of each other and the brother make a promise to protect and stand by his sister in any circumstances.



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