Rakhi festival is celebrated widely between men and women whether they are biologically related or unrelated. Each festival in India brings the family together and thus enhances the relationships
Raksha Bandhan celebrates the affectionate bond between brothers and sisters.
The name 'Raksha Bandhan' itself says 'a bond of protection'.
On this auspicious day, brothers make a promise to their sisters to protect them from all harms and troubles and the sisters pray to God to protect their brother from all evil.
The festival falls on the Shravan Purnima which comes generally in the month of August.
Sisters tie the silk thread called Rakhi on their brother's wrist and pray for their well being and brothers promise to take care of their sisters.
Well, keeping aside the significance, today’s generation has changed the way of expressing their love and affection.
Instead of traditional old-fashioned thread, sisters are going crazy along with their brothers.
Below Rakhi designs serves as the best examples for that.
Sisters don’t need to catch all pokemons for their brothers, this pokemon Rakhi is enough
Here is the favourite chhota bheem
The traditional loomba for bhabhis
Slap bands for school kids
And what’s not….certainly there is no barrier in expressing love. Brother and sister relationship bond is always the cutest one
What do you say?