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How To Celebrate Rakhi

August which is also known as the month of festivals is mostly awaited for a famous India festival that started in north India and that is Rakhi. This festival is celebrated in variety of ways in many parts of country. Generally on this joyous day both brother-sister sits facing each other sister applies a tilak on her brother's forehead after performing puja and aarti. Special thalis are prepared for this ritual and these thalis are known as Rakhi Thali.


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Once this is done the sister ties the auspicious Rakhi Thread on her brother's wrist and prays for is happy, long and healthy life. Other than strengthening the love and bond between brother and sister it also helps in keeping the evil spirits away and protects the brother in every occasions of life. Some beautiful glitters and feather fibers are the material that is used to prepare the Rakhi traditionally. In order to add beauty to this auspicious thread metals like silver beads and gold is also used. Other than adding beauty it also adds glamour and durability as the person is going to wear it for years. Brother promises his sister to protect her from every hardship of her life and shows his affection and thankfulness for her love. In order to keep the brother and sister blessed with divine help all the rituals are performed to the god.


Sisters are pampered by their brothers with return Rakhi gifts. The gifts can be anything like dress, jewelry, soft toys or even cash. Sisters too give gifts to their brother to show that extra love. Those brothers-sisters who stay away from each other always wish to be near each other on this most awaited festival of Rakshabandhan. They buy Rakhi online and Send Rakhi to India. Today there are many online Rakshabandhan stores that helps you to send your rakhis anywhere in the world. However we can say that this beautiful and auspicious festival is awaited and celebrated world wide to protect and support the sacred and beautiful relation of brother and sister.