Rakhi is an exceptional occasion that is celebrated every year. Rakhi is a festival of brother & sister. This year Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) is on August 16, 2008. Around the globe, Raksha Bandhan is the festival of fastening the knot of alliance, is a mark of seeking celestial ecstasy. ”Raksha” is protection for the brother on whose wrist the holy thread is tied and “bandhan” means the bond. Hence simply put as it is the bond of protection between a brother and a sister. This tie of defense is to protect a brother from all evils and against all threats.
Few years back and now too sisters around the globe buy rakhi from the market and send it to their brothers through post or courier. But http://www.india-
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You can find gifts options ranging from simple & designer Rakhis, to Gujarati Rakhis, Lumba, Beaded Rakhis, Mauli Rakhis, Rakhi Threads, Silver Rakhis, Gold Rakhis, Kiddy Rakhi (Rakhi for Kids), Designer Rakhis and Pearl Rakhis all hand-picked offering a very attractive traditional packaging and at highly affordable pricing! They also offer hampers and combo packs such as the bhaiya-bhabi rakhi sets, rakhis with sweets, rakhi with chocolates, and traditional puja ki thali make everyone at home delighted.