The warmth and attachment that a brother and sister share in their relationship is considered very special in India. This is celebrated in the form of the sacred festival of Raksha Bandhan by every Indian, no matter where one resides in India or anywhere else around the globe. The term 'Raksha Bandhan' stands for 'a bond of protection' and that is the vow a brother pledges when a sister ties the sacred thread of Rakhi on her brother's right wrist. The brother pledges that no matter what happens throughout life, he will protect his sister from all harm while the sister prays for his long life and prosperity.
This festive occasion is celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravan, according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar. However, if by any chance, you and your brother are not living in the same city or country, and for some reason cannot get together to celebrate this special day, we have a tailor-made solution for you. All you have to do is to log on to www.igiftstoindia.com, www.rakhifestival.com and www.rakhi2012.com, where a wide range of colorful and intricately made traditional Indian rakhis are available. What's more, you can also choose a Rakhi thali that includes diya, roli tika, a sweet message card, dry fruit, other traditional sweets and designer rakhis.
To select from our large collection of rakhi and rakhi thalis, all you have to do is click on the product of your choice, fill in your billing details and your brother's address. The payment shall be made online via credit card. We accept MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Visa Electron and Maestro. If you reside far off in USA, Canada, UAE, South Africa, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Malysia or Australia and you want to send Rakhi or Rakhi gifts to your brother in India, we will deliver your rakhi and best whishes to his doorstep. We deliver Rakhi in almost all cities of India including Delhi, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune and Hyderabad. Similarly, we also deliver Rakhi and Rakhi gifts to other parts of the world.
The pious festival of Rakhi symbolizes the sacred bond of love and trust between a brother and a sister.