What Are The Best Things Of Rakhsha Bandhan?

Raksha Bandhan, celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Shravana, is a nod to the undying love between siblings marked by tying of rakhi on the brother's wrist by the sister. The day is full of fun, joy and laughter and to count just one thing that makes it one of the most awaited dates in Hindu calendar is just impossible. Raksha Bandhan is made up of many elements and the best of them are:

1. Tying rakhi

Obviously, tying a rakhi comes first on the Rakhi festival. When a sister ties a rakhi on her brother’s wrist, it is a promise to protect her from all evil till the last breath while sister is praying for her brother’s health, wealth and long life. This ritual is carried out with a heart full of love and affection between siblings.

2. Gift Exchange

Exchanging Raksha Bandhan gifts is never a smooth task. It involves a lot of fun and bittersweet arguments between siblings but it always ends with a beautiful present and smile on the faces of everyone present.

3. Pooja

The rituals and traditions of our country demands a nod before the Almighty and it is exactly what we do on Raksha Bandhan too before tying the rakhi. We offer our prayers which induces peace in our minds and calmness in the environment to enjoy the day with happiness and purity in hearts.

4. Family Get Together

Every year, the whole family gets together on this occasion, no matter where they are and celebrate the festival with enthusiasm. Having the whole crowd together creates a desired chaos which makes the ambience more joyous.

5. Personalised Gifts

Whether it’s a rakhi or any other gift, when you put a name and a stunning photo on it, it exudes a magical charm and recipient feels special and treasure that gift for life. So, this year surprise your sibling with a personalised mug or photo lamp and see their eyes go wide with amazement.