The Rakhi Festival

sakshi narang By sakshi narang, 2nd Aug 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2l1zsqiz/
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Rakhi is a wonderful Indian festival. It symbolizes the love of brother and sister. Girls tie the thread knots on their brother's wrist and pass their eternal love. In return, brothers promise to take care of their sisters and give them gifts. It is often known as 'RakshaBandhan'. It is believed that the tied thread will save the brother from every trouble in life.

Origin

Origin of rakhi is rooted in the Hindu mythology. There is no confirm date or time is available. But their are many stories related to the festival. Even Mughals are also supposed to celebrate this festival.

Changes with time

With the passing time, festival has modified its form. But the thing that can never change is the true affection between a brother and a sister. when the siblings are apart, e-cards play an important role. Gifts are sent through couriers and online. But they are always filled of a lot of love, care and concern.

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Brother, Festival, Sisters

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
2nd Aug 2012 (#)

What is life without love and care for each other! If we forget these, just look amd learn how animals continue their tradition. Thanks for the nice share, Sakshi - siva

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author avatar A K Rao
3rd Aug 2012 (#)

That was a nice and timely article about the Raksha Bandhan dear Sakshi! Short and Sweet one! Thanks !

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author avatar sakshi narang
3rd Aug 2012 (#)

thanks Siva and A K Rao....
Rakhi holds an important place in the hearts of north-indians......Its always refreshing

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author avatar Shaunak
22nd Aug 2012 (#)

Nice Share, Reminded me of my sister.

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author avatar sakshi narang
22nd Aug 2012 (#)

Rakhi always reminds of siblings....God Bless them...

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author avatar Priya suman
13th Aug 2013 (#)

Rakhi and sweets delivery in India, delicious sweets with rakhi to India for your brother.
The post is very informative. It is a pleasure reading it. I have also bookmarked you for checking out new posts.

<a href=http://www.ifloristindia.com/raksha_bandhan/> Send Rakhi to india</a>

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