The festive season has hit a high with a spate of festivals around the corner. Raksha Bandhan, the festival celebrating brother-sister relationship(s), is on Wednesday and like always the market is flooded with Rakhis of various designs, hues and sizes.
Rakhis are bands that sisters tie around the hands of their brothers on Raksha Bandhan day. In return, sisters get gifts and a promise that they would be cared for always.
Every year, Rakhi makers seem to be getting more and more creative. Have a look at these pictures that I clicked last year:
Rakhi adorned with Bal Hanuman theme. Little boys would love these:
This one has a central swastik motif:
Colourful rakhi with stone-studded flowers:
Aww….Krishna with mischief written all over his face:
A rakhi with a central floral motif adorned with beads and little hearts:
This one’s for Zoozoo fans 🙂 :
Ganesha strums a guitar on this one:
A bling-laden rakhi:
Bal Hanuman at his mischievous best 🙂 :
Krishna plays the flute:
Which one would you take home?