While there are endless days of teasing and fighting for the silliest of things, there also are pure memories of caring and fierce protection and full of love. That is the reason why this special bond of love that siblings share has a special day of its own, a special celebration that also has its roots deep in the Indian culture system – Raksha Bandhan.
The words Raksha Bandhan mean ‘protection’ and ‘tie’ respectively and as translated in Sanskrit mean ‘the tie or the knot of protection.’ Raksha Bandhan is the day when this brother-sister relation and the bonds of love that define this relationship are celebrated and revered by most Indians. Despite the diverse cultures one sees in India, Raksha Bandhan is one special occasion that is celebrated all over country. The festival of Raksha Bandhan falls on the last day of the Hindu month of Shravan, on the full moon day, known as Poornima.
According to rituals, on this day, a sister ties a sacred thread on the wrist of her brother, seeking his eternal protection and praying to the almighty for her brothers’ longevity, prosperity and success. The brothers on their part promise their sisters lifelong security and unconditional love. In return, it is customary for brothers to shower their loving sisters with Raksha Bandhan gifts and unique gifts, which the sisters will hold in their hearts forever.
Just as all other festivals and celebrations in India have a reason or a history behind them, there are a number of historical and mythological references to the celebration of the bond between brothers and sisters.
One reference states that Lord Ganesha’s sons, Subh and Laabh, pestered him for a sister, Lord Ganesha created Santoshi Maa from the flames that emanated from his consorts Riddhi and Siddhi. Another reference states that the festival of raksha bandhan was celebrated in the times of the Mahabharata too, when Draupadi tied a rakhi to Lord Krishna just before the war. Similarly, there are many references to the festival, in early Indian history, as well as a reference to the fact that Rabindranath Tagore encouraged the festival to reduce the growing distance between the Hindus and the Muslims in the early 1900’s. This emphasized on the importance of the festival in keeping the bond alive in a country that has such diverse cultures.
Raksha bandhan 2020 is just around the corner. This year, it falls on the 3rd August 2020, and according to the Hindu day division, the auspicious time for sisters to tie their rakhis to their brothers this year falls in the afternoon from 2 pm to 4 pm.
In the earlier days, where post was the only mode of communication and exchange of raksha Bandhan gifts and items, Indians all over the world would be prepared a month and a half in advance with their rakhis for brothers, carefully sealed in envelops to be sent via snail-mail. Thankfully, today, to send rakhi or Rakhi gifts to Delhi as well as anywhere in World, one does not have to wait for the postman to deliver the rakhis.
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It is customary on the day of Raksha Bandhan that the brother returns the gesture of tying the rakhi with a sweet gift for his sister. One can find a huge range of Raksha Bandhan Gifts like personalized rakhi gifts with a memorable brother-sister photograph, rakhi gifts for kids, rakhi gifts for sister, etc. One can also choose combos like rakhi with sweets, rakhi gift hampers, rakhi chocolates, rakhis sent along with different options in sweets and mithaai like kaju barfis, gulab jamuns, pethas, soan papdi, etc., Indian and imported chocolates, cakes, dry fruits, flowers, soft toys, toys for kids and much more.
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The festival of Rakhi marks the importance of a strong bond between brother and sister. On this auspicious day, sisters tie Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers and pray for their long life. Brothers give Rakhi gifts to sister and pledge to protect her. Rakhi is an ancient festival. It has deep roots in Indian culture.
Rakhi falls on the full moon day (Poornima) of the holy month of Shravana. Hence, Rakhi is also known as Rakhi Poornima. According to English Calendar, Rakhi will fall on Monday, 3 August 2020, this year.
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