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The Associated Myths and Legends of Rakhi

Myths and legends of Rakhi
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Rakhi is an ancient Indian festival that is being celebrated since the time immemorial. It is looked forward to by many people as it is a time when the entire family gets down to have a fun filled day. It is a beautiful day with rituals that are followed in order to keep up to the traditions. Rakhi is time when the brothers and sisters have a nice day. The sisters tie rakhi around the wrist of their brothers and brothers showers them with gifts. If you are away from your dear brother, then you can now send rakhi to India. And if it is your sister who is awaiting you on the auspicious occasion of Rakhi, then you can send rakhi gifts to India and make your presence felt, even you are miles away. Distances are no longer a thing of concern when your loved ones are happy and they remember you on the important occasion.

Myths and legends of Rakhi

There are various myths and legends associated with Rakhi. According to one such concept, Rakhi is meant to be the worship of the sea-god Varuna. Hence, offerings of coconut to Varuna are seen during this time on the western part of India. The festival of Rakhi is hence known as Nariyal Poornima. It is also known as Rakhi poornima in other parts of India as it is celebrated on the day of the full moon in the Sravan month in the Hindu calender. There is also another myth regarding this beautiful festival. According to another popular folklore, Rakhi and its rituals were observed by Yamuna for her brother Yama. GiftstoIndia24x7.com tries to keep this tradition alive even in the 21st century when loved ones are far apart from each other by letting brothers and sisters send rakhi gifts to India on the special occasion of Rakhi. The Rakhi gifts will be delivered to across 3000 cities in India. So, no matter where your loved ones are in India, we will surely deliver the gifts to them right on time.

In the mythology, Guru Brihaspati suggested Lord Indra to wear a Rakhi on the the auspicious day of Shravan poornima to achieve success against the demons. Lord Indra eventually succeeded. Thus, rakhi also signifies the triumph of the good over the evil. Even in the great Indian epic, the Mahabharata, we find Krishna saving Draupadi's honour against Kauravas like a brother as she treated him like her own. India's rich cultural heritage played a significant role in shaping the traditions and Rakhi signifies that only. A fortnight before the festival, hundreds of brightly lit shops come up all along the market and and are decorated with beautiful Rakhis. Rakhis such as diamond and Gold rakhis, silver rakhis, pearl rakhis and many more are available with us when you want to send rakhi to India to dear ones on this auspicious. These rakhis can also be teamed up with other exclusive rakhi gifts which will surely make your beloved brother feel special. Send rakhi gifts to India to truly entice your loved ones in style.

We, at Giftstoindia24x7.com, also serve to send other exclusive gifts to India one wants to send on the auspicious occasion of Rakhi. The rakhi gifts such as perfumes, watches, mobiles, jewellery will surely make your loved ones love you all the more. We have also launched a new range of rakhi return gifts which will give you a chance to thank your sister on the occasion of rakhi for sending a rakhi from all the way in India. The rakhi gifts will be delivered to your loved ones just in time for the festivities. The easy user-interface will surely make ordering the gifts for your dearest brother and sister in India, a fun filled affair. Make your dear brother and sister in India smile and send rakhi to India.

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