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Some outfit ideas/ stylish dresses for Raksha Bandhan

1. Pre Stitched Saree/Ready Made Saree

Ready to wear sarees look no different from traditional sarees. But they are easy to wear. There is no need to drape it around in the traditional method. Just fix a hook on the waist and you are ready with a traditional look. The Ready to wear sarees can be tailored .They are also available is leading sites such as Amazon & Flipkart.

Prestiched Saree

2.Maxi Kurta with Attached Belt

A festive Maxidress with a belt at the waist makes the dress elegant & smart. Maxi Dress is a floor length dress.

 
Rakhi gifts for sister
 

3. Sharara suits with  Kurtis

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A Sharara suit with an off shoulder top or a tank top with ethnic prints. This dress will look different while retaining a traditional & festive look.

4. Lehenga Skirts With Crop Top

Rakhi gifts for brother
Who said that lehengas have to be heavy & bridal ? A light & casual wear lehenga with a crop top will make you look  super smart &stylish. Further it is an ethnic creation. 

5. Anarkali dresses

Rakhi gifts for sister
 Replace heavy Anarkalis with light weight & bright material. It will create a Happy & fun vibe. 

One of India’s popular  festival is Rakhsha Bandhan  or Rakhi.  Raksha means “protect” & Bandhan means bond .Raksha Bandhan /Rakhi is to celebrate the  everlasting bond between brother & sister. The rakhi is a simple thread tied on the brother’s wrist by the sister. The brother pledges to support his sister at all times. Rakhi gifts are also exchanged between the brother & sister.It is a Hindu festival celebrated across the country (primarily North India) .

Raksha Bandhan: 

This is a bond of love, care & a bond of togetherness
               It’s a thread that binds our life and our hearts…

The highly auspicious month of Shravan is finally here. The Shravan month (aka Sawan Mass) holds special significance in the Hindu calendar. A number of festivals lining up the calendar gives us a perfect way to reclaim the festive spirit. Some of the popular festivals celebrated in Shravan are Krishna Janmashtami, Hariyali Teej as well as Raksha Bandhan.  In other words ,all these festivals help in strengthening the bond within our family. However, the amazing bond between sisters and brothers is certainly the most beautiful of them all. 

For instance, you just have to look back at your childhood and you will find so many wonderful memories with your siblings come rushing back to you. The memories of silly arguments and hiding your favourite toy from your sibling, of guarding the most important secret together and above all, the memories of the warmth of love shining through all the frustrations and fights.The deep affection and the care that this relationship symbolises gets strengthened on the day of Raksha Bandhan every year.

Rakhsha Bandhan : The Sacred Thread of Rakhi

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Wondering about the importance of the Rakhi thread? For instance, it is actually an emotional moment when a girl embellishes her brother’s wrist with the sacred thread of Rakhi. However, this holy thread signifies  a sister’s love and affection for her brother, it also reminds of the vow the brother takes to protect his  sister for his whole life.

Rakhi : History of Raksha Bandhan

As with other popular festivals in the country, Raksha Bandhan finds its mythological roots in a number of interesting folk tales and legends. Let us take you through some of the most popular stories behind the much-loved festival…

Draupadi & Lord Krishna

One of the most popular stories from Indian mythology is linked to that of Lord Krishna and Draupadi. The wife of the five Pandavas once tore a strip of her sari to tie on Krishna’s bleeding finger. Krishna was so touched by her act that he promised to protect her as his sister in future.Later, he answered Draupadi’s call for help promptly when she was being disrobed by the Kauravas. Krishna protected her by divinely elongating her saree, thus saving her the humiliation in the assembly hall.

Alexander The Great and King Porus

This story is considered as one of the oldest references to Raksha Bandhan. When Alexander invaded India in 326 BC, his wife Roxana got a sacred thread delivered to King Porus. The message to Porus, the king of  the Kaikeya kingdom, was not to cause any harm to her husband. Moved by the gesture, Porus accepted Roxana as his sister. Further, he even refrained from killing Alexander when he got an opportunity.

Rani Karnawati and Emperor Humayun

One of the significant narratives in the history of Raksha Bandhan goes back to the medieval era. This was the period when Rajputs were fighting invasions from Muslim rulers. Rani Karnavati, the widowed queen of the king of Chittor, sent a rakhi to Emperor Humayun, the mighty Mughal ruler , when Chittor was under the attack of Bahadur Shah. The Emperor not only appreciated the gesture but also started off with his troops to give protection to Chittor. However, Karnavati had to set herself on fire as Humayun couldn’t make it on time. Things turned full circle later when Humayun was able to restore the kingdom of Chittor to Karnavati’s son.

Raksha Bandhan : Best Markets for Rakhi Shopping in Delhi

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With the festival of Raksha Bandhan knocking on the doors, there is not much time left now to start purchasing the beautiful Rakhi and gifts for your siblings. Delhiites usually prefer to shop at the wholesale markets as the choice is abundant and prices are reasonable.

Check out

Chandni Chowk

Kamla Nagar,

The Central Market in Lajpat Nagar  and

Karol Bagh Market.

Rakhsha Bandhan : Online Shopping

You may pick a Rakhi from the great selection available at popular online stores.  For instance ,they include Amazon India, Flipkart, Rakhi.in, ArchiesOnline and Rakhibazaar.com, Ferns & Petals  among others.

Rakhsha Bandhan : 10 Trendy Rakhis to Buy Online

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1.Kids Rakhi :It’s time to indulge  the kids and live their fantasy. Let your little one celebrate sibling hood with his/her favorite character.

2.  Bhaiya Bhabhi Rakhi :Well, it’s time to choose a perfect rakhi combo for your brother & his wife.

3. Good Luck Rakhi : This rakhi can be worn as a lucky charm always.

4. Divine Rakhi: Diivine rakhis  have images of divinity.

5. Personalised Name Rakhi: Let your siblings know how special they are with these customized rakhi.

6. Personalised Photo Rakhi: Add a picture to make the rakhi personal.

7. Zardosi ,Kundan & Meenakari Rakhi :The Zardosi Rakhis  kundan rakhis & Meenakari Rakhis too. Bejwelled Rakhis

8. Bracelet Rakhi: The bracelet rakhi can be used as  a simpe, bracelet later on too.

9.Rudraksha Rakhi: Rudraksha beads are considered auspicious to Lord Shiva .

10. Traditional Rakhi: Sandalwood,pearls & beads are traditional Rakhis

Raksha Bandhan: Sweetening Up the Festival

Rakhi gifts for brother

What makes Raksha Bandhan special are the sweets and chocolates that are exchanged among siblings. For example, they certainly help add a lot of jovial moments to the celebration. You may choose to go with any of these traditional Indian sweets — Kaju Katli, Kaju Kalash, Rasbhari, Doda Barfi, Petha, Boondi Ladoo, Gulab Jamun, Kaju Anjeer, Balushahi, Soan Papdi and more.

Dry Fruits and Chocolates are all-time favorites too. Alternatively, you may choose to make rice kheer (rice pudding) with condensed milk, raisins and cardamoms at home. If you haven’t made this before, try one this Raksha Bandhan to add extra sweetness to this festival. In addition, Rakhi gifts for brother & Rakhi gifts for sister are iportant.

Raksha Bandhan : Decorate the Aarti ki Thali at home

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One of the most important parts of the Raksha Bandhan festival is  the Aarti ki Thali. In this plate, we keep the rakhi, diya, some kum kum, rice and sweets which are all required during the rakhi tying ceremony. You can buy a pre-decorated one from the market or simply make one at home.

In other words,take a simple plate and place a red velvet cloth in it to cover the open space. Then add flowers and place it all around the edge. Then place the rest of the things in the centre and your thali is ready

Rakhi Gifts for Brother &  Rakhi Gifts for sister for Rakhsha Bandhan 

Rakhi Gifts for brother

 GIFTS FOR BROTHERS on Rakhsha Bandhan 

Rakhi Gift Combo for Brother – Analog Watch, Wallet, Perfume 

 RAKHI GIFTS FOR SISTERS for Rakhsha Bandhan 

Reliance Jewels – E-Gift Card – Flat 1% Off – Redeemable in Stores

Gift Set For Women Complete Home Spa Experience (Shower Gel, Hand & Body Lotion, Sugar Scrub, Body Polish)

Pramadda Pure Luxury Elegant Faux Leather Women’s Tote Sling Combo 

ZOCI VOCI Personalized Engraved Lamp -Rakhi Gift for Brother and Sister 

Emper Chifon Pour Femme Perfume, 100ml(emper_chifonperf)

Shopkhoj.com wishes you all Happy Raksha Bandhan 2023!

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