Wednesday, February 28

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Rakshabandhan Is Not Only A Festival Of  Thread

Rakshabandhan Is Not Only A Festival Of Thread

All, Did you know?
All Indian festivals have their own distinct elegance. There are many festivals throughout the year, but in these twelve months, the month of Shravan is full of gaiety. Praise of Shiva, Haritalika Teej, Nag Panchami, and finally Rakshabandhan is celebrated with full love and harmony. It brings happiness to people of all age groups. How Rakshabandhan is celebrated? The festival of Rakhi is celebrated all over the country with great enthusiasm on the full moon day of Shravan month. This festival is not completed by sisters only tying a seemingly simple thread on the wrist of the brother. But the resolutions of love and security that come with it are what make this great. The appeal that a sister makes for her brother is great. And this is also proof of its antiquity. Only a bro...