Rakhi, also known as Raksha Bandhan, is a Hindu festival celebrated in India and among Indian communities worldwide. It typically falls in August or September each year and is a special occasion that strengthens the bond between brothers and sisters. The main components of Rakhi include the tying of a rakhi (a decorative thread or bracelet) by the sister on her brother’s wrist, exchanging gifts, and performing traditional rituals. Here are some uses and benefits of Rakhi:

  • Symbol of Love and Affection
  • Expressing Gratitude
  • Promoting Family Values
  • Protection and Blessing
  • Gift Giving
  • Cultural Signification
  • Strenghtening¬† relationships
  • Social Bonding
  • Fashion and Artistry
  • Market Opportunity