Rakhi, Raksha Bandhan, Brother Sister Bond, Rakhi Lumba, Rakhi Bracelet, Rakhi Bracelet for brother and bhabhi, bhaiya bhabhi rakhi, bhai
Art Form: Thread Rakhi
Item: Handmade Beaded Silk Thread Rakhis with Zircon Crystals, Pearls, and Beads.
Crafted as an all season memento of love these ornate wrist bands, sibling bands, love bands, wedding bands, and/or friendship bands, these are a lasting keepsake. They sure are a delight to wear on your wrist. They can even be attached to the ends of a scarf or a dupatta, after Raksha Bandhan for lasting memories.
Package: 5 Handmade Rakhis + Akshat (Rice), Roli (a red colored powder to place on the forehead) put inside a miniature split coconut made in clay; this is a 4-in-1 pack
Shipping: We are using very reliable and accountable India Post's Registered Airmail service to dispatch your order. Our shipping charges have been accordingly set on cost-to-cost basis. Depending upon the distance from India, please allow 15-20 working days for the shipment to reach its destination.
Wish you and your brother(s) a very happy Rakshabandhan (Brother's Day)! :)
What is Rakshabandhan?
Traditionally, Rakshabandhan or Brother's Day is an Indian festival where a sister ties a wristband called Rakhi on her brother's right wrist. Its a token of the vow the brother takes to safeguard his sister in every way. Brother then gifts something to the sister. Now, however, siblings (including cousins) tie it on each other's wrist just like friendship band. Overall, the beautiful festival celebrates the sibling love and is surely worth the try internationally. After Yoga, Holi, and Diwali from India, why not start this beautiful festivity as well. Keep loving! :)
Rakshabandhan or Brother's Day is on the 25th of August 2018
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