India is often called a land of festivals. The family unit and family relationships occupy a very central part of any Indian’s life and this focus, in fact, constitutes a core value of our culture. Festivals give us an opportunity to nourish our emotional connections with our beloved family members which enriches the quality of our lives greatly. It is for this reason that everyone looks forward to these special days that bring the necessary color into our lives and leave us feeling renewed and rejuvenated. They give us an opportunity to express how much these relationships and people mean to us as we get more and more engaged into our daily routines and affairs during regular days.
Raksha Bandhan, as we know, is a festival that focuses on the relationship between a brother and a sister. In many parts of India, however, it has also grown to include the Bhabhi into the celebration. Since Bhabhi is such a central part of Bhaiya’s life, sending a separate rakhi for her is a more inclusive way of celebrating the festival. Besides, sisters get to nurture and strengthen their relationships with their Bhabhis too in this manner.
Tying an auspicious thread on a person’s wrist and wishing for his or her well-being is generally an accepted religious practice in India. Mostly, a moli, which is a red thread, is tied in all religious ceremonies and pujas in Hindu religion. In Raksha Bandhan, the Rakhi thread is used during the ceremony while the sister prays for her brother’s long life and well-being. So, when a sister sends a Rakhi thread for her Bhabhi as well as her brother, she prays for her Bhabhi’s well-being along with her own brother’s well being. A wonderful extension of the beautiful festival of Raksha Bandhan! It is, especially, a great way to make new Bhabhis feel like a part of the family.
The trend of Bhaiya Bhabhi Rakhi is not restricted to any one part of the country as such Rakhi sets can be seen in almost all marketplaces in the country. From Gujarat to Bangalore to New Delhi, the fashion of Bhaiya Bhabhi Rakhis is spreading slowly but surely. You can send similar Rakhis for both Bhaiya and Bhabhi though most Bhaiya Bhabhi sets include a slightly feminine looking Rakhi for Bhabhi. Send a Bhaiya Bhbahi Rakhi this Raksha Bandhan and make both the special people in your life feel loved and cared for. You will be surprised at how much your gesture will mean to your Bhabhi who will feel touched and cared about.
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