Raksha Bandhan 2023 - Let's meet the latest Rakhis

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With the glory of goodness, love, and protection, another Raksha Bandhan has been assembled. On this one occasion let us get acquainted with different types of rakhis and among them the latest models of rakhis. Our India is a land of diverse cultures and traditions. There are many festivals in India that hold a lot of importance for life and relationships. Raksha Bandhan is one such celebration. Raksha Bandhan presents beautiful moments of celebration of the sacred soul bond between sister and brother. Raksha Bandhan is usually celebrated in the month of August every year. This time Raksha Bandhan 2023 will be celebrated on August 30. Rakhi timings are from Wednesday 30 August 10:58 AM to Thursday 31 August 07:05 AM.

To History of Raksha Bandhan:

krishna and draupadi

This festival dates back to ancient India itself. There is a mention of Raksha Bandhan in all the Puranas and folklore. One such story believed by many believers is the story of Lord Krishna and Draupadi. Thus, once when Sri Krishna's finger was cut and bleeding, Draupadi tore a piece of her saree and bandaged the wound. Then Lord Krishna vowed to protect Draupadi. This relationship of protection and trust is considered the beginning of the Raksha Bandhan.

Importance of Rakhi in Raksha Bandhan:

rakhi designs

If you ask what is the heart of Raksha Bandhan, it is Rakhi. Rakhi is decorated with eye-catching colors and different designs. Sisters tie a thread called Rakhi on the wrists of their brothers as a symbol of love, trust, hope, and protection. In return, brothers pledge to protect and guard their sisters faithfully. And gifts are also given.

How to tie Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan day?

Raksha Bandhan is not just a thread-tying ceremony. Rather it is one full of faith and sacred practices. On the day of Rakshabandhan, the sister lights a lamp (diya) and performs aarti with this lamp for the safety and prosperity of her brother. After that, the sister ties rakhi on her brother's wrist and gives him sweets. The brother gives a gift or money in return.

Let's get to know the different types of Rakhis:

There are different types of Rakhi. Rakhi consists of a thread and a design in the middle of it. As this thread and design changes, so does the model of the rakhi. Let's see the different types of Rakhis.

Traditional Rakhis:

Traditional Rakhis

These have been there from the beginning. These rakhis are embellished with pearls, sequins, saree work, etc. These are usually of simple design. Buy now

Silk Rakhis:

Silk Rakhis

These are made of colorful silk fibers. They are also embellished with beads, stones, and glass beads. These are very attractive in appearance. Buy now

Zari Rakhi:

Zari Rakhi

These Rakhis are known for their gold color or silver embroidery work. This rakhi is considered to be the best and used for traditional rakhi celebrations. Buy now

Sandalwood Rakhis:

Sandalwood Rakhi

These types of rakhis are made with fragrant sandalwood beads. Not only are they beautiful to look at, they also have a mesmerizing aroma. Buy now

Pearl Rakhi:

Pearl Rakhis

Made with tiny beads, these are fun to look at. These look beautiful like a pearl necklace. Buy now

Lumba Rakhi:

Lumba Rakhis

These are specially designed rakhis for sisters-in-law. These come as a pair. One for her brother and one for his wife. These come in matching designs. Buy now

Design Rakhi:

Designer Rakhis

These are very creatively designed. They are made of metals, fabric, etc. These are available in various designs. Buy now

Children's Rakhis:

Kids’ Rakhis

These are specially made to appeal to small children. They are made with the themes of cartoon characters, superheroes, animals, and other movie characters. Buy now

Bracelet Rakhis:

Bracelet Rakhis

These types of rakhis are very similar to bangles. They are made of colorful threads and beads. These can be worn as an ornament even after Rakhi. Buy now


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