Raksha Bandhan is the festival of brothers and sisters love. It signs towards the strong bond between them. This day bring an important moment for the brother and sister to make promises to each other and to show there love and affection. Raksha means protection and bandhan means binding or bound. This festival is mentioned in most of the Indian epics and its origin can be traced back to the mythological times. This festival comes in the month of Sharvan according to the Hindu calendar. There are huge run and show. This festival is also celebrated in schools, society and many other places.This is hindu festival but nowadays many faiths celebrate this too.
Raksha Bandhan Wishes
1. ) Happy Raksha Bandhan. May all ur wishes come true and may u have all the happiness of the world.
2. ) It was nice growing up with someone like you – someone to lean on, someone to count on… someone to tell on! – Author Unknown
3. ) Having a sister is like having a best friend you can’t get rid of. You know wherever you go, I’ll be always there.
4. ) Rakhi celebrations in full swing. All the brothers and sisters Keep the bond growing. Happy RakshaBandhan, A sisters love for brothers.
5. ) Thanks dear Bhaiya for your warmth affection & Your understanding, May our bond of love remain forever.
6. ) I am lucky to have you both shower ur blessings on me but you are even luckier you have got me!!
7. ) Girl: Kal mein tumhare liye rakhi layi thi. Tumne bandhwai kyun nahi? Clasic Ans: Boy: Agar kal mein tere liye mangalsutra lau to kya tu pehen legi? baaaaat karti hai.
8. ) Happy Raksha Bandhan To You. I am waiting to tie a Rakhi in your wrist…
9. ) I miss you very much now as you are far away in USA. My blessings and love are always with you!!
10. ) The highlight of my childhood was making my brother laugh so hard that food came out his nose. – Garrison Keillor
Raksha Bandhan Images 2016
In the medieval time Rakhi meant a call for help. Rakhi which a sister tie up on her brother’s hand means and signs the brother towards his responsibilities towards his sister. On this day a brother promises his sister that he will save her from all devil things. The festival encompasses true love and brotherhood. This festival teaches one to respect the relation and to protect that relation. This shows the respect for the girls, and the responsibility which every boy can understand or feel towards a girl.