The festival celebrating the virtuous, and graceful Brother-Sister Bond, Rakshabandhan, is here. The sister ties the thread, Rakhi on her brother’s wrist with love, sincerity and wish for health and prosperity for him. The brother fulfils his part by promising to take care of his sister lifelong.
History of celebrating Rakshabandhan trails back to the time when the Queen Karnavati wanted Emperor Humayun to protect her and her kingdom from Bahadur Shah’s attack. She sent him a message and a Rakhi. Emperor Humayun immediately set out to protect her.
The siblings enthusiastically celebrate this festival with extra efforts every year. Many greetings to you on this pious day. The siblings are the best gifts, we can ever receive. They stay with us throughout the lifetime.
But this year, the circumstantial pandemic has distanced us from our dear siblings. We have been stuck away from our family, but it can not stop us from enhancing the bond we have. We request you to celebrate this festival with full precautions, keeping the health of yourself and your loved ones in mind. We should be grateful to the advancements the technology has made. Video calling, and online gifting services are a boon during this period of social distancing. We request you to be safe and safeguard your dear ones.
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Happy Rakshabandhan 🎉 🎊
Let’s make something together.