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Raksha Bandhan 2020: People seen buying sweets and essential items in Delhi’s Karol Bagh for Rakshabandhan, the markets are dull due to Corona crisis

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Raksha Bandhan 2020: People seen buying sweets and essential items in Delhi's Karol Bagh for Rakshabandhan, the markets are dull due to Corona crisis

Shopping for Raksha Bandhan (Photo Credits: ANI)

new Delhi: Many festivals are being celebrated in the country amidst the uncontrollable pace of Coronavirus. Raksha Bandhan, an important festival of Hindus, is being celebrated on 3 August, after the celebration of Bakrid, the big festival of Muslims, during the Corona Crisis. Although every year, many days before Raksha Bandhan, colorful markets and various types of delicious sweets used to buzz the market, but this year due to Coronavirus Pandemic, like other festivals, Raksha Bandhan’s flavor It is also seen to be dull. People were seen shopping for rakhi and sweets for Raksha Bandhan in Karol Bagh in the capital Delhi.

The Karol Bagh market in Delhi, which is buzzing every year about the festival of Raksha Bandhan, seems to be dull. Due to the Corona crisis, a limited number of people reached the market to shop for rakhi and sweets. A person named Ram Lal, who works in the shop of Bikanerwala Sweet Shop located here, told that we have taken all precautions here, people are coming for shopping, but there is no enthusiasm as before. Also read: Raksha Bandhan 2020 Rakhi Ideas: Rakhi made with hands tied on her brother’s wrist on the auspicious festival of Raksha Bandhan, watch easy video (Watch Video)

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Significantly, due to the outbreak of Corona virus, people are celebrating all festivals in the country by staying in their homes, following social distancing. Similarly, people will celebrate the festival of Raksha Bandhan with simplicity by staying in their homes. On Raksha Bandhan, the sisters apply tilak on the foreheads of their brothers, remove their aarti and then tie a rakhi on their wrist. By tying a rakhi, the sisters wish for their brother’s long life, good health and a happy life. In return, the brother pledges to protect his sister throughout her life and expresses love to her sister by giving a gift.

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