Raksha Bandhan is celebrated to celebrate the bond of brother-sister love. Furthermore, it marks the uniqueness of this bond and gives them a day to celebrate their love and confidence for each other.It is ce;berated as a secular , non-denominational and multicultural Hindu festivals in different parts of India and South Asia.
It was initially established by Rabindranath Tagore, during the time of Bengal’ s partition, to in still a loving bond of brotherhood between Hindu and Muslims.
The festival is not restricted between blood-related relations.
It can be celebrated between any two people who share a loving bond of friendship and brotherhood.
The sister ties a thread known as the Rakhi on the brother’s wrist; the brothers promise to protect and take care of them for a life time.
The brothers and sisters exchange gift items.
Lavish food items are prepared on this day.
The practice of dressing up in new traditional clothes is exercised on this day.
The celebration upholds principles of love, support, friendship, and community collaboration.
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