Rakhi, also known as Raksha Bandhan, is a traditional Hindu festival celebrated in India and by people of Indian origin around the world. It usually falls in the month of August and is a symbol of love and bonding between brothers and sisters. The central tradition of Rakhi involves the sister tying a decorative thread, known as a “rakhi,” around her brother’s wrist, and the brother, in return, promising to protect and care for his sister. Here are some uses and benefits of Rakhi:

  • Symbol of Love and Bond
  • Strengthening Family Ties
  • Cultural Tradition
  • Expressing Gratitude
  • Promoting Gender Equality
  • Gift Exchange
  • Symbol of Goodwill
  • Cultural Unity
  • Creating Memories
  • Supporting Artisans