Kundan Rakhi


Rakhi, also known as Raksha Bandhan, is a traditional Hindu festival celebrated in India and among the Indian diaspora around the world. During this festival, sisters tie a sacred thread, known as a “rakhi,” around their brothers’ wrists as a symbol of love, protection, and the bond between siblings. In return, brothers offer gifts and a promise to protect their sisters.

  • Strenghtening Sibling Bond
  • Cultural Significance
  • Expressing Gratitude
  • Symbol of Protection
  • Gift of Celebration
  • Religious Significance
Kundan Rakhi