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Raksha Bandhan - Fragile but Strong thread of Love

Festivals, particularly in India, are the social events, conviviality of affectionate closeness. Out of innumerable festivals celebrated in India, Raksha Bandhan is one such gala that speaks loud about sublime sentiments, affection, fraternity and friendliness.

Raksha Bandhan is also known as ‘Rakhi’ that literally means ‘the bond or the knot of protection’. This festival is an event to gro ove in affectionate siblinghood.
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Traditions & Customs - of Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is a lively festival to embark upon merry-making activities with brothers and sisters. It is a pious occasion to rejoice the pious bond of affection shared between siblings with great verve and gaiety.

This festival primarily belongs to North Indian region giving them a reason to bask in euphoria.The most highlighting feature is the age-old traditions that go without being changed or altered.... Read More
When is Rakhi?

Wish to know the date Raksha Bandhan is going to fall on this year or when is Rakhi? Rakhi is going to be celebrated on 7th August 2017 on Monday. Check below given calendar to know the exact date and time. Go ahead and make your home visiting plan in advance as per Raksha Bandhan date in 2017. Read More
Rakhi Celebrations

In a country like India, where celebrations are observed year round, each relationship is worshipped, Rakhi celebrations are all about fostering that teasing, sniffing, snitching, but beautiful bond shared between brothers and sisters.

Though the soul of the festival has been painted with deep-rooted customs, traditions and rituals, the style of the celebration has disguised itself with contemporary . Read More
Latest Rakhi Quotes

“There is a little boy inside the man who is my brother ... Oh, how I hated that little boy. And how I love him too. ” S- Anna Quindlan

“I, who have no sisters or brothers, look with some degree of innocent envy on those who may be said to be born to friends. ”-- James Boswell

“ Our siblings. They resemble us just enough to make all their differences confusing, and no matter what we choose to make of this, we are cast in relation to them our whole lives long.” - Susan Scarf Merrell

Rakhi Recipes

Raksha Bandhan is the most suitable time for feasting. Give your taste buds Rakhi treats with these delicious yet sweet, salty, tangy, sour and lip-smacking recipes. Add to your siblings’ zing, zest and festival fervor along with all family members by chomping some of the best cuisines, sweets and desserts around ...

- Moong Daal Halwa
- Paneer Rice Fingers Recipe
- Mango Pudding
- Rava Ladoo
- Navratan Korma
- Kheer
- Spicy Dal Read More
Rakhi Messages

Brother you may be far away from my sight, but you are always close to my heart. I remember those days when you used to tease me and annoy me a lot. Now all those days of teasing have passed and we are here far away from each other. You are my best friend on whom I rely completely. Let this Rakhi be again a witness of our sibling love.

Your’s sister
Priya Agarwal