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Rakhi Gifts Ideas for Brothers

Rakhi day holds enormous importance for brothers and sisters in India. Along with the Rakhi threads, the Rakhi Gifts even have their own significance. Each year siblings scratch their heads for that brilliant and sparkling Rakhi Gift Ideas. To make that monotonous process a bit simple we are displaying some pioneering Rakhi Gift Ideas for brothers. Our Rakhi gift selection set along with beautiful Rakhis on OnlineRakhiStore.com has the most ideal and memorable options for your siblings.Tips for Choosing Rakhi GiftsKeep in mind the alternative choices of your brothers. For instance, consider hi...


Raksha Bandhan History : All You Wanted to Know About Rakhi Day

There are great stories behind the festival of Raksha Bandhan ? Why is it that reason behind women ties a perfect band on the wrist of their brothers? Well as you might have by now guessed, there are loads of stories in the Indian history that bring up stuff about this event and festival, each with a related moral, however, diverse contexts. Here’s a set of the most well-known stories behind the majestic festival of Rakhi.Rakhi Day Festival HistoryKrishna and DraupadiIn all prospects, the extremely popular story in Indian mythology is that of Draupadi (wife of the five Pandavas) and Lord Krish...


What Is A Lumba Rakhi ?

Have you seen Indian women having Rakhis hanging from their bangles on the Rakhi day? Yes, that is precisely a Lumba Rakhi. These Rakhis are a special type designed for your sister-in-law. Lumba Rakhi’s are attaining immense popularity these days. It is meant for your brother’s wife, also called Bhabhi in Hindu traditions. 'Lumba' above all in Marwari is the 'bangle'. So Rakhi tied on the bangle is recognized as Lumba Rakhi. As you already know, Rakhi is an acquaintance of love in the form of a decorated thread that all sisters tie on the wrist of her brother. The brother on his part gives her...


Different Types of Rakhis

Raksha Bandhan or the festival of Rakhi is celebrated across India to make stronger the bond of love shared amid brothers and sisters. Almost all the religion and every part of our country enjoy this holy festival with the highest joy. But, it’s on the whole a festival of the Hindus and which is happily conducted on the full moon day in the month of Shravana. It conveys the honest and loving relationship between brothers and sisters.What Happens on the Rakhi Day ?On this day, the sisters tie Rakhi thread on the wrist of the brothers and pray for their success in life.  On the other hand, ...


When is Rakhi in 2019 ?

Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters, along with the families. It is conducted on the full moon of the Hindu month of Shravana also called Shravan Poornima which comes once a year around the month of July and August. This day is even called as a Brother and Sister Day.The festival of Raksha Bandhan was conducted last year on Sunday, 26th Aug 2018 and this year it will be celebrated on Thursday, 15th of August 2019 globally. The Rakhi binding is considered to be extremely auspicious and fruitful on the Mahurat time.Rakhi Mahurat TimeR...


What is the Importance of Raksha Bandhan ( Rakhi ) ?

Raksha Bandhan, also called Rakhi, is the holy Hindu festival that celebrates the love between a brother and sister. It is offered immense importance in Hinduism, and the value of Raksha Bandhan as a festival is enormous in India. As per the lunar calendar it is being celebrated on the full moon in the month of Sravana.The word Raksha means protection, whereas Bandhan means to tie. By tradition, on this festival day sister’s tie a Rakhi, which is a bracelet made of interwoven red and golden threads, around their brothers' wrists to celebrate their lovely relationship. The brother takes an oath...


Types of Rakhi Gifts

RAKHI, a well celebrated as well as one of the auspicious festivals in India. It spreads a huge sense of satisfaction to the siblings as well as spread warmth ness and other good deeds in the family it self. Rakhi celebrated by tying a thread across the brother hand by the sister in order to have luck, prosperity as well as ward them of from the evil things, strengthen the bond between them. Different kinds of thread and design are available in the market where one ties the eternal, everlasting bond that brings in the happiness and prosperity to ones life. The main essential stuff foun...


Celebration of Rakhi Festival

RAKHI, a famous north side festival, which now celebrated across the world, comes every year at the month of august on Shiva Purina day. We have to know how people celebrate rakhi every year, it marks one of the important festivals in India, and the festival celebrated variedly in different parts of the region. The festival usually celebrated in the manner, where the sister ties a rakhi thread to a brother’s hand, where it helps to ward of the evil spirits and protect them blissfully as well as any foul manipulation of the spirit and it strengthens the bond between them as well as an e...


How to Celebrate Rakhi Festival

A woman ties a "rakhi" on her brother's right wrist, to look after him from evil manipulation and those aspects which may foul his spirit, and to fortify the bond of eternal love between them. She goes to her brother and performs the rituals by smearing on kumkum and rice particles on his forehead. In return the brother gives her an endowment and pledges to shield her too. The 'rakhi' itself arrays from a decorated strand to elegantly ornamented balls of assorted sizes and materials such as feathery fiber, glitters, gold, silver beads and so on. Sweets symbolize the sugary moments b...


Importance of Rakhi Festival

Rakhi is an implicit assurance exchanged between a brother and sister strengthening their persistent relationship. This also supports their protective attachment against all evils and chances. Rituals like these, undoubtedly, ease out various communal strains, stimulate empathy, unfasten outlets of expression, and present an occasion to revise our responsibility as individual, most notably, fetch happiness in our humdrum lives. This protective bond symbolized by Rakhi has resulted in immeasurable opinionated ties among monarchies and states. The leaves of Indian history give eviden...


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