No two brothers and sisters can have the same bond as others. Every brother-sister relationship is a product of their childhood memories, lessons, failures, embarrassing moments and silly fights that make it unique.
Rakhi is not merely a strand of thread but a string of love and emotions on the brother’s hand that saves him from all the negativity around him. This simple thread is symbolic of the sister’s love and care.
The relationship between a brother and sister is filled with sugary and spicy moments that stay etched in our memories forever. We can’t forget the silly fights we had with our siblings while growing up.
The arrival of Shravana month, the arrangement of sweets and other delicacies in the sweet shops, and the availability of a wide variety of Rakhi threads in the local and online markets drop enough hints that Raksha Bandhan is around the corner.
Raksha Bandhan is a special day for brothers and sisters to come together and celebrate their bond. In short, it is yet another day for them to pamper each other and show their love for each other by exchanging gifts.