Rakhi, also known as Raksha Bandhan, is a Hindu festival that celebrates the bond of love and protection between brothers and sisters. The primary custom involves a sister tying a sacred thread (rakhi) around her brother’s wrist, and in return, the brother offers gifts and promises to protect and support his sister. This festival has several uses and benefits:

  • Strengthening Sibling Bonds
  • Symbol of Protection
  • Cultural Significance
  • Promoting Gender Equality
  •  Gift Exchange
  • Family Gathering
  • Cultural Preservation
  • Expressing Gratitude
  • Moral Value
  • Emotional   Well-being