The sacred string of affection and protection, Raksha Bandhan, is commended in the month of Shravana in the northern and western parts of India. During the celebration, sisters tie a charming string to her brother’s wrist, which is otherwise called Rakhi, demonstrating undying love and affection for each other. The thread braces the bond between the sisters and brothers. Like different celebrations, this one additionally has a few ceremonies and rituals accompanied to it, which are seen with extraordinary enthusiasm. It isn’t just the bond that speaks to the love of the brother-sister connection, but also friendship.
How is Raksha Bandhan Celebrated?
Well, the celebrations in most parts of India are on the same day itself when the sisters tie rakhi and brothers in return give them gifts. Although, this tradition of gift-giving is now changing to gift exchanging! It means that both brother and sister give gifts to each other. The planning for the Raksha Bandhan starts weeks earlier as the sister finds the perfect rakhi, and the brother looks for heartwarming gifts. In a few parts of the country, the celebrations go on for a week or so.
The sisters that are far away from their brothers celebrate the Raksha Bandhan festival by sending rakhi and gifts to them. If that’s the case with you or your siblings, then you can also send rakhi to USA, UK, UAE, Australia, or in any other country where your siblings reside.
Overall in all the parts of India and abroad, the festival is celebrated with utmost joy! People burst in happiness and happy vibes are all around. Loved ones gather around and celebrate the festival over sweets and dry fruits. Greeting cards and sweet messages are also exchanged on this day.
Also, it is one of the festivals that is beyond religion as people from all religions and backgrounds celebrate this undying bond of brother and sister. Many people who don’t have a sister also get rakhi tied to their wrists from relatives, cousins, and friends as it represents their love.
How to plan a surprise for your brother, who is far away from you?
Planning an amazing surprise for your brother, who is another country can be a daunting task. Still, with the help of many online gifting portals, you can easily send rakhi with sweets, gifts, dry fruits, chocolates, greeting cards, etc. to your brother’s doorstep. This will fill him with delight. You can be thoughtful and can send him some personalized gifts like an explosion box, personalized cards, personalized mug, etc. You can also surprise your brother and siblings with cakes, flowers, and many more delightful gift combos.
So, that’s all about the great Indian festival Raksha Bandhan. Hope you all enjoy it to the fullest with your siblings. Make them feel special with your sweet gestures on this special occasion. Wishing you all a very Happy Raksha Bandhan!