The connection and bond between a brother and a sister is something that cannot be described in words. It is an extremely unique, special and extraordinary relationship.
The brother-sister relationship is given high importance all over the world. However, when it comes to India, a festival known as “Raksha Bandhan” is celebrated with great zeal and is dedicated to all the siblings.
Raksha Bandhan is a special Hindu festival which is celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, in the month of Shravana, which typically falls in the August month of the Gregorian calendar. The festival is known to strengthen the bond of a brother and a sister and is celebrated in the day time, in a variety of ways, by brothers and sisters of all ages. Raksha Bandhan is that time of the year when ladies spend a good amount of time dressing, hoping to look their best. On the other hand, sisters are all set to get a lot of love and pampering from their brothers.
On this auspicious day, the sisters apply tilak on the brothers’ forehead, tie a sacred thread known as “Rakhi” on their wrist and exchange sweets. While carrying out this ritual, the sisters pray for the good health and fortune of their brothers. The brothers in return, bless their sisters, give them gifts, and promise that they will stand by them through thick and thin, and will take care of them in every situation.
Before tying the rakhi, both brothers and sisters observe fast, and they eat only after the ritual is carried out. The ritual is mostly followed by a family to get together. Thus, in today’s busy life, where people find it difficult to meet their near and dear ones, festivals like Raksha Bandhan offer a great opportunity to meet them. Raksha Bandhan is indeed the most beautiful festival of the year.
Messages, Quotes and SMS Wishes
The thread of Rakhi is so very powerful that it can bring even two people from different communities together and let them share this pious relationship of brothers and sisters. Happy Raksha Bandhan to the most loving brother of the Universe!!
All the festivals may be very colorful but there isn’t any festival as powerful as Raksha Bandhan! Happy Raksha Bandhan to the most lovable brother of the Universe!!
In the cookie of life, you are my dear sister are the chocolate chips. Happy Raksha Bandhan.
To have a lovely sister is like having a true soulmate. Happy Rakhi!
I will always be there for you whenever you need me. Sending you lots of love and good wishes! Happy Raksha Bandhan!
We disagree. We fight. We argue. But my love for you is eternal. Happy Raksha Bandhan to you dear sister.
As the years go by, the love between a brother and sister multiplies with caring and sharing. Happy Raksha Bandhan
You’re the best brother anybody could want.
I am very happy to be your brother
And do not change it for anything in the world.
I hope you’re very happy on this special day.
!!Happy Raksha Bandhan Brother!!
I feel so blessed and treasured
To have a brother like you in my life!
You like an Angel are always there when I need you.
Thanks, Brother and have a Happy Raksha Bandhan.
A Sister Is Someone Who Listens When
U Talk, Laughs When U Laugh, And
Holds Your Hand When You Cry, Having
A Sister Is Like Having a Best Friend
You Can’t Get Rid Of. You Know
Whatever You Do, They’ll Still Be There!
Happy Raksha Bandhan to My Dearest Sister!!
We gain and lose things every day.
But trust me on one thing.
You’ll never lose me,
I will always be here.
Happy Raksha Bandhan… I love My Sister.
During This Festival of Bonding And
Renewing Our Love for Siblings,
I Want To Tell You That
During The Times We Fought,
My Love Was In A Different Mood.
**Happy Raksha Bandhan my Dearest Sister**
Missing you a lot on this RAKSHA BANDHAN so sending my wishes from far away with lots of care!!
It was nice growing up with someone like you – someone to lean on, someone to count on… someone to tell on!
You never say no, you never say that’s impossible and you never say you can’t. That’s my bro, a superman who make things possible and
who make paths smoother. I LOVE U BROTHER. Raksha Bandhan Bhaiya!!