Rakshabandhan Gifts

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Raksha Bandhan is a divine occasion and a bond of protection. It emcompasses moral, cultural and spiritual values in true sense. The values and the sentiments attached to the rituals of this festival are worth inculcating to the sentiments of harmony and peace. India Gifts Mall has exclusionary collection of designer Rakhis, Rakhi hampers with sweets and dry fruits, Rakhi Thalis in a varied range. Send rakhis and gifts worldwide from our gigantic collection to your beloved siblings. Please select your destination below:

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About Rakhi / Rakshabandhan
On the occasion of this festival sisters generally apply tilak to the forehead of their brothers, tie the sacred thread called Rakhi to the wrist of their brothers and do arati and pray for their good health & long life. This thread, which represents love and sublime sentiments, is called the ‘Raksha Bandhan’ means ‘a bond of protection’. The brother in return offers a gift to his sister and vows to look after her.
Rakhi Celebration ( knot of protection ) in India stands for the sacred relation between a brother and a sister. On the special occasion of Raksha Bandhan, people of all age group can realize the actual value of having their own brother and sister in their life. The bond of love between a brother and a sister is one of the the most beautiful relation on this earth. This festival brings in the feeling of strong and divine relationship among siblings. Rakhi celebration strengthens the affectionate relationship and love among them.

On this auspicious day, sisters tie a Rakhi / Raksha Bandhan around the wrist of their brothers and wish them to remain free from any evil influence throughout their lives. In turn, brothers also promise to protect their sisters from any odd situation at any cost.

According to the Indian tradition, the Rakhis ( Holy Thread ) and sweets ( Methai ) are prepared long before the Shravana Purnima. , the family members get ready for the rituals early in the morning. They take a bath to purify mind and body before starting preparations. Sisters prepare the puja thali which consists of roli, tikka, Rakhi threads, rice, aggarbattis (incense sticks), diyas and sweets. After offering the rituals to the deities of the family, the sister perform aarti of their brothers and ties Rakhi on their wrist. and put kumkum powder on the forehead of their brother and offer sweets.

Stories behind reason for celebrating Raksha Bandhan:

Indra and Indrani
Turns out, Raksha Bandhan wasn't just meant as a symbol of sibling love, as is illustrated by the story of Indra and Indrani. During a war between Gods and demons, wherein Indra was losing to King Bali, Indra's wife Indrani prayed to Lord Vishnu, who gave her a holy thread which she tied around Indra's wrist. Blessed with its powers, Indra won the war and the thread became his protection against any evil.
Krishna and Draupadi
It's said that after Lord Krishna hurt his index finger while hurling the Sudharshan Chakra at Shishupala, Draupadi tore her saree immediately and tied it around Krishna's finger to prevent it from bleeding. Touched by her unconditional love, Krishna took the mantle of Draupadi's care and protection upon himself.
Queen Kunti and Abhimanyu
Queen Kunti is said to have tied a sacred thread as a measure of protection, on the wrist of her grandson, Abhimanyu--the son of Subhadra and Arjun--during the battle of Mahabharata.
King Bali and Goddess Lakshmi
Lord Vishnu disguising himself as the doorman of King Bali--the grandson of Vishnu's ardent devotee Prahlada--Goddess Lakshmi became restless because of his absence in Vaikuntha (their abode). She came to earth in the guise of a Brahmin woman and told Bali, the story of her husband having gone away for some work, due to which she requested for shelter from the King. Bali not only gave her a place to stay, but also took care of her. It's said that on the full moon day (Purnima) of the Shravana month, she tied a thread around Bali's wrist with prayers for his protection and happiness. Touched by her affection, Bali granted her a wish. She requested him to free her husband, the gatekeeper. The incident had Bali confused as he couldn't envision the lady as the doorman's wife. It's then that both Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi revealed their true selves to the King, who urged Vishnu to return with the Goddess to Vaikuntha. The festival is also known Baleva.
Santoshi Maa
On seeing Lord Ganesha celebrate Rakhi with his sister, his sons Shubh and Labh started insisting upon a sister, leading to the creation of Santoshi Maa, from the flames that emerged from his consorts, Riddhi and Siddhi.
Alexander the Great's wife Roxana and King Porus
During Alexander the Great's invasion of India in 326 BCE, his wife Roxana sent a sacred thread to Porus, requesting him not to harm her husband in battle. It's believed that on the battlefield, the thread on his wrist was a constant reminder of his promise to Roxana, preventing him from attacking Alexander directly.
Rani Karnavati and Emperor Humayun
Rani Karnavati--the widowed queen of Chittor--is said to have sent a rakhi to Mughal Emperor Humayun, upon the looming threat of invasion from the Sultan of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah. Though Humayun turned up too late, it's no secret that he honored the sentiment with which it was sent.
Yama and Yamuna
Yamuna was the sister of Lord Yama, the God of death. On every "Shravan Purnima", Yamuna used to tie a sacred thread (Rakhi) to Lord Yama. Since then, it has become a tradition for sisters to tie Rakhi to their brothers on this day. In return, the brothers bestow blessings on their sisters and promise to protect them all the problems and difficulties that they might ever face.

Godlike Ganesha Rakhi

Godlike Ganesha Rakhi

Sometimes distance cannot smooth the road but we can lift this heavy load for you by just sending this divine rakhi which will make your brother feel blessed. The Lord Ganesh emblem at the centre with Rudraksh, bugles and carved beads fastened to the thread is making it more blissful and beautiful. For delivery all over the WORLD. FREE shipping in INDIA ONLY. FREE Rakhi Greeting Card + Tikka ( Roli + Chawal ). FREE A 5 Star Cadbury Chocolate. Delivery would take 2 -3 working days in...
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Splendid Floral Swastik Rakhi

Splendid Floral Swastik Rakhi

Here is a rakhi for your brother who is both religious and nature friendly. A floral emblem for one and the Swastik emblem for the other. All on a metal base intruded with American Diamonds and adamant crystals. For delivery all over the WORLD. FREE shipping in INDIA ONLY. FREE Rakhi Greeting Card + Tikka ( Roli + Chawal ). FREE A 5 Star Cadbury Chocolate. Delivery would take 2 -3 working days in India. Delivery would take 3 - 7 working days outside India. Shipping Country - India. ...
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Affluence Sri Rakhi Thread

Affluence Sri Rakhi Thread

One of the outstanding rakhi piece from our store studded with beautiful pink stones and symbol Sri is entangled at the center imbibes grace, splendor, wealth and prosperity. For delivery all over the WORLD. FREE shipping in INDIA ONLY. FREE Rakhi Greeting Card + Tikka ( Roli + Chawal ). FREE A 5 Star Cadbury Chocolate. Delivery out side India would take 3 -7 working days. Delivery would take 2 - 3 working days in India.
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Captivating Resham Thread Rakhi

Captivating Resham Thread Rakhi

No matter how far brother sisters are , rakhi days always brings back the happy days and intimate bonding between the two. It can be nothing much better to send this designer rakhi thread adorned with resham threads and golden sequins work. This style of rakhi holds its beauty and elegance & assortment of silk thread and a blend of series of crystals is used to make this rakhi an enthralling one. For delivery all over the WORLD. FREE shipping in INDIA ONLY. FREE Rakhi Greeting Card +...
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Dazzling Floral Rakhi

Dazzling Floral Rakhi

On the pious occasion of Rakshabandhan gift this floral rakhi with perfect blend of metals, American diamonds,seed beads and crystals on each petals. For delivery all over the WORLD. FREE shipping in INDIA ONLY. FREE Rakhi Greeting Card + Tikka ( Roli + Chawal ). FREE A 5 Star Cadbury Chocolate. Delivery out side India would take 3 -7 working days. Delivery would take 2 - 4 working days in India. Shipping country India.
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