8 Eye-Catching Rakhis That Will Brighten Up Your Raksha Bandhan

This Raksha Bandhan, you don’t need to go anywhere else for rakhis that are cute, elegant, quirky, eye-catching, unique and memorable.

Raksha bandhan means “bond of protection”. The festival celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters. It is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister type of relationship between men and women who may or may not be biologically related.

On Raksha Bandhan, a sister ties a rakhi (sacred thread) on her brother’s wrist with a prayer for his prosperity and happiness. This symbolizes the sister’s love. The brother gives her a token gift and a promise to protect her.

In keeping with the spirit and uniqueness of the festival, Engrave invites you to consider eight eye-catching rakhis that will make it memorable.

1. WOOD WORKS:

If you’re wondering how to make your rakhi offering stand out, do consider this finely crafted personalised offering in wood from Engrave.

2. MONSTER MAGIC:

One little green monster that you’ll definitely want for keeps is this lovable rakhhi offering from TwoForJoy.

3. GO BATTY:

Contrary to popular belief, the dark knight is not all serious and sombre. This one, for instance, from Grandma’s Garden is here to celebrate rakhi with you.

4. BRASS BAND:

The rakhi, made of brass (also known as Pital in Hindi) is religious, pretty, and eco-friendly. Hand crafted using the age old techniques that originate in the Harappan art of Dhokra, it’s a most eye-catching offering from the skilled folk at KalaGhar.

5. A NEW LEAF:

Engrave brings you a fine collection of gold leaf Rakhis that are designed to make this Raksha Bandhan truly memorable. What’s more, each Rakhi can be customised to make it extra special for the giver and the recipient.

6. BUTTON UP:

Up the cuteness quotient this rakhi and evoke feelings of love and joy in more ways than one with this bright bonding idea from TwoForJoy.

7. BOND WITH GANESHJI:

Some rakhis you’ll want to wear for years to come; like this sterling offering in silver from LeCalla.

8. LITTLE PLEASURES:

Recreate happy memories from childhood with this and other colourful and cuddly rakhis by Ba No Batwo.

Check out our entire collection of Rakhis here.

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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