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A simple rakhi is not enough to convey your love for your brother. This amazing rakhi combo will be a reason behind your brother's smile and show how deeply you care about him.
If you are finding a sweet and simple kind of gift for your brother to surprise this Raksha Bandhan, then your search ends here. Sweeten your bond with your brother by gifting him this combo of all-time favorite Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolates and a Designer Rakhi.
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Your brother is your best friend who has always been a great support to you. On the special day of Raksha Bandhan, make your brother feel loved and special with this exclusive rakhi combo.
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Known as the land of festivals, a number of festivals are celebrated throughout the year in India as a true representation of its rich and diverse culture and traditions.
These festivals are as diverse as the country’s scenic landscapes and as lively as the people residing there. The true spirit of India is expressed in these festivities where people pay homage to their gods and goddesses.
Different festivals pertain to different occasions. Some of them celebrate different seasons, the harvest of crops, while others celebrate occasions of religious nature - like the birth of saints and divine beings.
Most of these festivals are common to most parts of the country while some are specific to certain regions. One of the most famous festivals celebrated in India is Raksha Bandhan.
Mostly celebrated in Northern India, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day of the month of Shravana. It is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar which starts near the end of July and ends in the third week of August.
This month is of great importance in the region as it usually brings with it the southwest monsoons. Most Hindus fast in this month on Mondays to Lord Shiva, and on Tuesdays to their goddess Parvati.
Shravana is considered as a holy month because a number of other religious festivals, besides Raksha Bandhan, such as Krishna Janmashtami (birth of Lord Krishna), Nag Panchami (worshipping the snake god Naga), Salono (quite similar to Raksha Bandhan but is celebrated as a distinct festival) and Shravani Mela (pilgrims bringing holy water about hundred kilometers on foot from the river Ganges) also fall in this month.
The festival of Raksha Bandhan isn’t just limited to Hinduism. In fact, it’s celebrated in a few other religions as well such as Jainism and Sikhism.
The Jain community ties rakhi on the legs of the wooden bench on which Jain saints usually sit, as they believe the Jain saints to be the saviors of the religion and thus express their gratitude and loyalty towards them by tying the rakhi. The Jain saints also distribute sacred threads amongst their devotees. On the other hand, the Sikh community, much like the Hindus, celebrate the brother-sister bond where the sister ties a rakhi around her brother’s wrist and offers a gift to him in the form of money or sweets. The brother, in return, promises to look out for her.
The word Raksha means protection, and Bandhan refers to the verb “to tie”. The history of Raksha Bandhan dates back in Hindu mythology. The story of Lord Krishna and his sister, Draupadi. Krishna cut his finger while handling sugarcane. Draupadi tore a piece of her sari and tied it around Krishna’s finger to stop the bleeding. Seeing this act of love and care from his sister, Krishna vowed to protect and help her whenever she needed it.
Hence came the tradition of sisters tying a sacred thread called rakhi around the wrists of their brothers. This symbolizes the affection and bonding between a brother and a sister.
On this festive occasion the sister performs a special prayer for her brother called “Aarti”, applies “tilak” (made up of dried rice flour dyed red) on his forehead and ties the sacred thread rakhi around his wrist. She prays for his wellbeing, prosperity, and health and in return, the brother offers her a gift and vows to protect her for life.
This festival symbolizes the sacred relationship of eternal love between a brother and her sister and it is not necessary for them to be biologically related. It can also be celebrated among distant relatives like cousins, sister, and sister in law, aunt and nephew as well.
This year, the festival of Raksha Bandhan will likely fall on Thursday, 15th August. It is celebrated throughout the country with great zeal and zest. People begin preparations for it about a month in advance. Ladies begin to shop for rakhis and everybody tends to look for the most elegant, fabulous one. Shops and markets are flooded with the prettiest rakhis and Raksha Bandhan gifts that are sure to make your sibling’s day special.
A brother and sister’s bond and love transcend all distances. Shorten the distance between you and your sibling by sending them a thoughtful rakhi and gift this Raksha Bandhan.
You can prepare a rakhi from fancy beads and colorful threads, wrap the gift and some of your brother’s favorite local sweets and send it by courier, or you could more easily look through the fabulous rakhi and gifts we have in our store. Perhaps try our popular 2 Cadbury & Rakhi combination, or our wonderfully meaningful veera american diamond chain. We can deliver these with our superbly fast delivery service to almost all major locations across India.
We offer a variety of other fancy rakhis for you to choose from, including designer rakhis, rakhis for children, ethnic rakhis and more. Opt for one of these and let your sibling know that they’re still with you in your mind and heart despite the physical distance.
At Insity, based in New Delhi, we offer a wide variety of gifts ranging from bouquets, cakes, frames, perfumes and personalized gifts. Browse our website for high-quality items until you find the perfect gift for your loved ones.
With our flexible delivery times, you can rest assured your fabulous gift will reach them at the most convenient time.
Our rakhi combinations comprise fancy rakhis along with chocolates and traditional sweets. Here are ten of our most popular rakhi combo choices available to you this year at Insity, why not select one now and send it quickly, to let them know you care!
This gift combination comprises of two 12.5 grams Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates, a rakhi, Roli Chawal, and one paper bag for ₹399.00 with free shipping and delivery.
This combination contains designer rakhi, complimentary Roli & Chawal. The chain rakhi studded with American diamonds. Priced at just ₹299.00 with free shipping and delivery, it is the perfect gift for your brother.
This gift combo contains designer rakhi, two Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolates 13.3 grams each, Roli Chawal and small glass bottles. This amazing combo of a designer rakhi thread and two Cadbury chocolates is a fabulous way of letting your brother know of your love and care for ₹299.00 only. Shipping and delivery are for free.
The gift contains a thoughtfully curated Manchester United kids rakhi for all those avid Manchester United Fans out there, with complimentary Roli & Chawal for just ₹299.00. This is the ideal choice for your brother is a huge fan of Manchester United, ensuring that he will wear it with immense pride on his wrist.
Contains one rakhi, Roli Chawal, six red roses, brown paper packaging, red ribbon, seasonal fillers, 250 grams of Soan Papdi, and a paper carry bag for ₹699.00. Make this Raksha Bandhan a memorable and sweet one for him with this lovely bouquet of flowers and Soan Papdi.
The gift combination contains designer rakhi along with complimentary Roli & Chawal for ₹649.00. This fashionable and trendy bracelet, the center of which resembles lord Ganesha would bring good luck and prosperity in your brother’s life.
Comprises of one rakhi, Roli Chawal, 250 grams of Kaju Katli, and one paper carry bag for ₹799.00. The mouthwatering Kaju Katli is sure to be one of your brother’s favorite!
One Peacock Rakhi, Roli Chawal, two 12.5 grams Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate, 1 paper carry bag for ₹399.00. The beautifully made peacock rakhi is sure to make your brother’s day!
The combo comprises of four Rakhis, Roli Chawal, and a 131 grams Cadbury Celebrations Chocolate Box and a paper carry bag for ₹649.00.
The wonderful gift pack contains a designer rakhi, 250 grams Soan Papdi Box and Roli Chawal Glass bottles for ₹399.00. Living far from home, your brother is sure to miss the ravishing taste of authentic Indian traditional sweets.
Surprise him with this unique combo of a designer Rakhi and a box of Soan Papdi sweets. Order this wonderful rakhi combo to sweeten and strengthen your relationship with your brother this Raksha Bandhan.
These are just some of the many wonderful gift options available at Insity’s online store. So, go ahead and select the perfect gift combination for your brother away from home and make this Raksha Bandhan the most memorable one ever.
Also, enjoy the free shipping and delivery Insity has to offer and be assured that your gift would reach your beloved sibling in due time.