Rakhi, also known as Raksha Bandhan, is a traditional Hindu festival celebrated in India and other parts of South Asia. It typically falls in the month of August and is a celebration of the bond between brothers and sisters. The main ritual of Rakhi involves a sister tying a decorative thread (rakhi) around her brother’s wrist, and the brother, in return, offers gifts and promises to protect and support his sister throughout her life. Here are some of the uses and benefits of Rakhi:

  • Strenghtening Sibling Bonds
  • Symbol of Protection
  • Family Reunion
  • Cultural Tradition
  • Gifts and Sweets
  • Festive Atmosphere
  • Emotional Bond
  • Promotes Gender Equality
  • Charity and Altruism