Raksha Bandhan – August 7, 2017
It’s always fun to create things with our own two hands, but bringing the best out of us is only possible if there is a prize awaiting. No offence, but that’s how the notorious brain works. Anyways, as Rakhi is approaching with a few holidays, why not make super-duper Rakhis? And keeping that prizey thing in mind, send it on firstname.lastname@example.org and win.
Send it quickly as in swiftly and keep your fingers crossed, you might get something, and not a bunch of notes but something uber-cool 🙂
You can get some Handmade Rakhi Making ideas from our website as well. Enjoy the spirit of competition.
Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi ceremony is a Hindu Festival, celebrated in many parts of India, and some part of Nepal too. Rakhsha Bandhan means “bond of protection”.
The Festival celebrates the love between brothers and sisters. On Raksha bandhan a sister ties a rakhi (sacred thread) on her brothers wrist with a prayer for his prosperity and happiness, which symbolizes the sister’s love.