The festival of Rakhi is celebrated with great pomp in all parts of India. The traditional knot commemorates the strong bond between a brother and sister. On this day sisters tie the Rakhi on their brother’s wrist. When all the puja items are arranged beautifully in a special plate along with Rakhi called the Rakhi Puja Thali.
Traditional Rakhi With Gift Hampers
The festival of Rakhi commemorates the bond of siblinghood. Being one of the most prominent festivals in our country, people from all walks of life prepare for this festival with great gusto. It’s quite likely that you might find yourself in a dilemma as to what is the perfect gift for your sibling. Well Floweraura is here for you. Be it dry fruits, chocolates or sweets, we have it all. Make your sibling feel special through our Elegant and classy gift hampers which have unique patterns filled with gifts and of course your love. Add the bliss of glee on this heartwarming festival of siblinghood.
Decorative Rakhi Thali
Now most people aren’t aware of this but Rakhi thali decoration is as important as the whole ceremony itself. A traditional Rakhi Thali is quite similar to the thali meant for performing puja of the deities. The Raksha Bandhan thaliusually consists of an earthen lamp (diya), roli or tikka, sandalwood, few grains of rice, some water and incense sticks. One of the most essential things that contribute to the thali is the Swastika symbol in the centre of the thali. You can also use satin or beads to give your thali a more artistic look.
When it comes to decorating the Rakhi thali, there can be a number of variations and styles that one could follow. Here are some ideas that you could follow to give your thali a complete festive look.
Thali With Banana Leaves
Instead of a normal thali, one can use banana leaves instead. The various puja items can be arranged on the leaves instead to create a festive ambience.
Floral Thali –A Thali Decorated With Flowers
You can use flowers to decorate the thali. One can either cover the thali fully with flowers or just on the edges/boundary of the thali.
Use a silver thali instead of a normal one. In the centre make a Swastika with roli or sandalwood.
Give your thali a theme. Younger siblings like chocolates and this would be ideal for them. You can divide the thali by drawing lines on the thali with chocolates, which later on your brother can eat.