Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi as it is popularly known is celebrated on a full moon day in August celebrating the bond between brothers and sisters is the Hindu festival. On a full moon day in the month of Sravana (August), sisters tie thread charm on their brothers’ wrists, praying for their longevity and happiness.
Brothers, in turn are bound by the delicate threads to cherish and safeguard their sisters. The fragile threads symbolize a deep enduring relationship, loving, tender, devoted, protective and indulgent.
Siblings who are living not here and missing from each other send their wishes and greetings through phone or email and Rakhi is sent through the Rakhi greeting cards.