1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Deliver your love to your brother with Rakhi and other gifts on Raksha Bandhan

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by abhitom, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. abhitom

    abhitom Newbie

    Joined:
    Aug 31, 2015
    Messages:
    1
    Likes Received:
    0
    Home Page:
    The Raksha Bandhan celebration shows love and forethought of a sibling towards her sister and the other way around. This occasion is praised in different routes around India. This celebration happens each August of a year. The statement "Raksha" intends to secure and "Bandhan" intends to tie. The Indian history demonstrates the imperativeness of this occasion. This celebration reinforces the obligation of consideration in the middle of siblings and sisters. One such festival which rejoices every bit of these sacred connections is the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, which is a celebration of an undying bond between a brother and sister. Relationships have always been considered as a vital part and parcel of every individual?s life. Years come and go, but certain relationships are there to stay forever. Especially, when it comes to taking a deep dip into the cultural sea of India, these eternal bonds are celebrated in every special way. It is the celebration of brothers and sisters. It is one festival that primarily belongs to the North and Western regions of India but celebrated throughout the country with the same verve. Regional celebrations may be different but Raksha Bandhan has become an integral part of those customs. As per the traditions, the sister on this day prepares the pooja thali with diya, roli, chawal and rakhis. In Modern times if the siblings live far from each other then they celebrate this festival by sending gifts and presents through online websites which means they are in touch with the old customs related to Raksha Bhandhan. Send Haldirams Mithai with Rakhi to Canada that brings happiness and excitement on Raksha Bandhan. Send Rakhi Gifts to Canada and see that lovely glow on the face of your lovely brother. Order Online Rakhi Delivery in Canada for your brother and incorporate happiness into the life of your dear brother. Send Haldiram Sweets to Canada and dedicate your warm affection and love towards your Brothers. Raksha Bandhan is known by different names in different states of India, by different communities. Raksha Bandhan significance also varies with the region. Raksha Bandhan has a different significance in southern and coastal regions. Rakhi Purnima is celebrated in the northern and north-western parts of India with a lot of zest and esprit. Raksha Bandhan is bondage of mutual trust and affection between brother and sister. Raksha Bandhan is also known as Rakhi. Festivals are the celebration of togetherness the celebrations of being one of the family. Festival of Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is one such major occasion. It is the celebration of brothers and sisters. The occasion involves a pledge of life-time practice of moral, cultural and spiritual values. The values and the sentiments attached to the rituals of this festival are worth inculcating by the whole human race, the sentiments of harmony and peaceful coexistence. Raksha bandhan is not entirely a pious affair, though sentimentality doubtless prevails. It has, thankfully, also become an occasion for some jest, humor, and mild ribaldry. Unrelated boys and men who are considered to be brothers can be tied rakhis, provided they commit to a lifelong obligation to provide protection to the woman or girl. Additionally, in cases when a sister is out of town, then another sister or cousin may tie a second Rakhi in her place. Many Siblings stay away from each other so on the occasion of Rakhi Sisters can send Rakhi to their brothers through online shopping websites.
     
  2. abhi007

    abhi007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Joined:
    Aug 31, 2010
    Messages:
    5,867
    Likes Received:
    3,947
    Location:
    Theatre of dreams :)
    It's already over you prick!
     
    • Thanks Thanks x 2