Raksha Bandhan is just at the corner and everybody must be thinking and planning for the special day, right? Raksha Bandhan is one of such festivals where all family members get an opportunity to come together and celebrate the event.
All brothers and sisters are excited for Rakhi occasion as there is going to be sharing of gifts from both. Brothers keep on scratching their heads as they have to present brilliant and perfect Rakhi gift to their sisters. While sisters are busy in choosing the best Rakhi for their brothers.
Married gilrs are very happy as they get an opportunity to go to their mother’s place and spend time with her loved ones. To celebrate the Rakhi festival, sisters get up early in the morning on this auspicious day. Make a lovely rangoli and beautify the house. A sister prepares sweets for thier loving brothers and decorates a pooja thali to offer an aarti.
Then everybody in the family gets together. Sister ties Rakhi– holy thread which is full of love and affection- to her brother’s wrist. She prays for the happiness, success, long life and blessings for a lovely brother. While brother promises to protect her for a whole life and to support her in all ups and downs of her life. With this promise he presents a wonderful Rakhi gift to a sister.
Sisters are very happy when they receive a surprise gift. Not to mention personalized Rakhi gift gives her really special feeling. Nowadays, many brothers choose online Rakshabandhan gift for a sister. There are many online gift portals like Giftease who offer variety of innovative Rakhi gift ideas.
After gift ceremony is over, all family members join together to have a wonderful meal. Recollection of childhood memories adds special essence to a meal and marks a memorable day in brother’s and sister’s life. Some people also plan for a small outing at their favorite places.
When Rakshabandhan is celebrated with the whole family, it makes the relationship of brother and sister more lovely. It strengthens the bond between them and flourish it for a whole life.
Happy Rakshabandhan 2015 to all brothers and sisters!