Rakhi Poems To Dedicate To Siblings
Every Raksha Bandhan brings those happy moments of celebrating the sweet and salty relationship of brother and sister. From lovely rakhis to mouth-watering sweets and from return gifts to fun moments, everything is so overwhelming about Raksha Bandhan. We are here to add one more aspect - ‘rakhi poems’.
When we say so many good things, and we wish for the happiness of our siblings, we use words. How about using the words to tickle your sibling’s heart through rhyme. Rakhi poems give you another dimension to make your celebrations more lively.
You can send rakhi online, and so do a rakhi poem for brother or sister.
From the ones mentioned below, you can find a very short poem on rakhi in English and also a one in Hindi.
This full moon day, our hearts are in the brim Feeling of faith and serenity in mind. We light the lamps, and our hears glow The radiance of happiness and peace is in the flow. Harmonious homes are like streams of joy Flowing and flourishing the landscape en route. Nobility in heart and character in deed Righteous homes alone make a beautiful State. Sisters will tie the thread on the brothers Abiding them to do only what is right and clean. Put the Kumkum and blessed rice on the head Where will dwell right thoughts and noble action A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
She is my charm I protect her from harm The way she loves me it feels so plumsy I wish for a life With her being my sibling I wish for life again and sweet & salty ticklings Aadi
A sister's a sister forever A bond that diminishes never A friend who is kindly and caring A sibling God chooses for sharing. Few ties as deep and profound And with so much affection abound Though some thoughts are seldom expressed Love endures and survives every test. Of the constants that rest in the heart A sister's a primary part. She'll always be there when you need her You listen, you value, you heed her. As growth independence you ponder Your feelings grow deeper and fonder And life tells you one thing that is true A sister's a large part of you. Bruce B. Wilmer
She, who might be younger to you in age, but cares for you no less than a parent. She, who leaves the door quietly open when she knows you are coming in late. She, who only smiles dismissing what you are saying, knowing very well that they are lies…. Prasoon Joshi
Ek aisa samaaj banayein jahaan ladkiyo ko surakshit mehsoos karne ke liye apne bhaaiyo ki zaroorat na ho, ek rivaayat ke taur pe rakhi bandhne ke liye mard ki kalaaio ki zaroorat na ho Ayushmann Khurrana
Raksha Bandhan is a ritual of India That celebrates love Between brother and sister. Sister ties rakhi on brother's wrist Prays for his well-being Brother vows to protect her. The brother vows to protect his own But not to other's sister Why is it so? It's wrong. This is the shortfall of this ritual It must be included in the vow Because the problem lies in man's mind. Asit Kumar Sanyal
Sisters should look for a beautiful silver rakhi online to adore the brother’s wrist. And the brother needs to put their efforts into a perfect rakhi gift in return.
Trying to write rakhi poems is the task that both must give a try.