Raksha Bandhan calls to the remembrance of eternal bonding and affection by brother and sister and the beautiful expression of the day is shared with Rakhi for Brother.
Rakhi is the simple but beautiful thread tyeing around the wrist of brother, conveying lots of love and emotions. Sisters wholeheartedly tie Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers and pray to divine for bestowing him prosperity, health with serenity. Brothers who deeply and truly understand the deep message of Rakhi, pledge to safe their sisters from all evil circumstances of their life and promise to stand by her in every up and down moments of life.
Types of Rakhi
– Rakhi for Brother
– Rakhi for Bhabhi
– Rakhi for Kids
Rakhi for Brother
Diamond Rakhi- Most precious stone of the world, diamonds are cut and beautifully studded to add sheen beauty in Rakhi.
Gold Rakhi- Symbolizes to the elegance and auspiciousness, exquisitely designed Gold Rakhi proves to be an unforgettable gift for Raksha Bandhan.
Pearl Rakhi- Normally comes in white, Pearl Rakhi signifies to the mood of purity and generosity. It also encompasses of medicinal importance.
Silver Rakhi- Known for its shininess and beauty, Silver Rakhi comes in varied forms like silver rakhi with floral designs, silver chain rakhi etc.
Cartoon Rakhi- Popularly famous among kids, Cartoon Rakhi is crafted or etched with cartoon characters. Your sweet little brother will truly love it!
Sandalwood Rakhi- Also known as Chandan Rakhi, sandalwood piece is cut into beads and sometimes into shape of god’s image to make it more pious. Sandalwood smell will add freshness to day.
Floral Rakhi- Flowers are never fall out of the season, so add some gaiety and shine to the festival with Floral Rakhi. Flowery look on rakhi make it more unique and special.
Zari Rakhi- Gold or silver thread is used for intrinsically weaving the base and pattern of Zari Rakhi. It is traditional yet it has its beauty beneath under it.
Resham Dhaga Rakhi- It is a old style of Rakhi which still holds its beauty and elegance. An assortment of silk thread is used to make the base of Rakhi.
Om Rakhi- Signifies to the ‘Brahma’, such rakhi is believed to have incorporated with the divinity powers.
Beads Rakhi- Usually comes in tribal style, it is embellished with lots of big or small beads beautifully forming the base of Rakhi. It can be found in bracelet and chain form.
Kundan Rakhi- Available in rainbow of colors, Kundan Rakhi sets the mood of occasion and adds elegance and style to the persona of wearer.
Mouli Rakhi- Simplicity is the injecting element in Mouli Rakhi and are preferably sent to old people. It is popularly known as ‘Dori’ or ‘Kalava’.
Swastika Rakhi- Synonym to the good luck and wealth, such rakhi is also carved with the Shiv which adds more piousness to it.
Rudraksha Rakhi- It is a bead worn for ensuring happiness, health and prosperity. Popularize among elder people.
Rakhi with Metal Chain- Instead of simple thread, Rakhi with metal chain comes in different metals like copper, brass or in gold, which adds to the beauty of festive moments.