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Welcome to SendRakhiGiftstoIndia.com. Rakhi 2012 is on 2nd August, 2012. Celebrate the bond of love by sending Gifts and Rakhi to India. Choose from our Vast Collection of Rakhis to send to India. We are one of the first online portals delivering Gifts and Rakhi to India. For Rakhi 2012, we have an impressive collection of Rakhis, Rakhi Thalis and Rakhi Gifts for you. We have travelled across India to bring you the finest collection of Rakhis. Use our services to send Rakhi to India to more than 3000 locations. We provide the widest network for delivering Rakhis to India and will ensure that your Rakhi reaches your loved ones on time.
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The festival of Rakhi is celebrated on the day there is a full moon during the month of Shraavana. During this festival, the sisters tie a thread on their brothers hands. This thread is known as Rakhi. The Occasion of Raksha Bandhan is one of the main festivals of India and is celebrated almost everywhere in India.
Exchange of Gifts is very common during Rakhi. The sister ties the Rakhi on her Brothers hand and in return the brother gets gifts for her. Sisters also give Rakhi gifts to their brothers during Rakhi. Send Rakhi Gifts to India .com steps in during those occasions where miles separate brothers and sisters. We present to you a very wide range of rakhi gifts which can be sent to India. For all those brothers and sisters who are sitting miles apart from each other, this occasion brings a chance to connect. Through Send Rakhi Gifts to India .com, sisters across the world can send Rakhi to their loved brothers in India and Brothers can send gifts to their dear sisters in India.
Welcome to Send Rakhi Gifts to India.com - your world to the bond between a brother and sister. With colorful rakhi's, gifts, traditions and cards we bring together a rich collection of artifacts to make every rakhi a memorable experience. Share this excitement and fun with us as the colors of rakhi festival bring joyous moments for all. Strengthen the bond between you and your sibling with SendRakhiGiftstoIndia.com.
This special relationship is celebrated with festivities, beautiful rakhis and an exchange of gifts, but the best gift of all, is the love that brothers and sisters share everyday, and specially on the festival of Rakhi.
Posted on : June 11, 2013
With Rakhi just a few months to go, everyone must have planned for the festival to make it grand. Rakhi is such a festival, siblings keep waiting for the day to come. For this day, people go for Rakhi shopping much before the day comes. the day starts with an early bath and the custom of tying Rakhi followed by wearing new clothes. Sisters on this special day, tie the sacred thread of Rakhi on the... read more
Posted on : June 11, 2013
Rakhi is one of the most popular Indian festivals celebrated all over the world with great pomp and enthusiasm. Rakhi especially is a thread which is tied on the right wrist of the brothers by their sisters. This trading of tying the sacred thread of Rakhi is an age old practice and is believed to strengthen the love bond between siblings. People take preparations much before the occasion comes. ... read more
Posted on : June 4, 2013
Rakhi is a very special festival for the Indians. This is such a festival which has its origin from time immemorial. This significant festival celebrates the bond of love between a brother and sister. On the holy day of Rakhi Poornima the sisters tie a sacred thread called Rakhi on the hand of the brother. This thread is considered to be a protector of the brother against all evils, and ensure his... read more
Posted on : May 30, 2013
Rakhi is a festival that is celebrated to honor the sweet bond of love and affection between brothers and sisters. There are different mythological explanations behind the celebration of Rakhi. One such story relates to the story between Yama and his sister Yamuna. On the full moon day of Shravana, Yamuna, the sister of Yama tied rakhi on the hand of his brother. Even Bengalis utter the name of “Y... read more