Make Rakhi at home (Photo Credits: YouTube)
Raksha Bandhan 2020 Rakhi Ideas: Raksha Bandhan, a very special festival of brother and sister’s love and unbreakable bond, has now come. This year Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on 1 August i.e. on Monday. According to Hindu calendar, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day of Sawan Purnima. The festival of Raksha Bandhan is a symbol of unwavering love of brothers and sisters. Even before Raksha Bandhan, colorful rakhi starts in the markets. Preparations for Raksha Bandhan Celebration begin several days in advance. Brother and sister buy new clothes. Brothers give gifts and gifts to their sisters. Rakhi is celebrated in different states of the country following different customs and traditions.
This year, due to the coronavirus epidemic, people are escaping from the market. This is the reason that siblings also have to celebrate the festival of Rakhi by following the rules of social distancing. In such a situation, you cannot go out and neither can you meet people. Women and girls are reluctant to buy rakhi from outside. So today we will tell you in this article how you can make sitting at home easy and unique rakhi. Looking at these images and videos of her, she can make rakhi for her dear brother sitting at home.
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You can make rakhi with the help of mauli or thick thread.
To make this rakhi, you will need wool and pearl (Woolen Rakhi).
If you have younger brothers, then by watching this video, you can prepare a rakhi of cartoons for them (Cartoon Rakhi).
You can make a beautiful rakhi using ear buds (Rakhi with use of Earbuds).
Make rakhi with the help of paper and colored threads (Rakhi with use of paper and threads)
You too can see your unwavering love towards your brother by tying a rakhi made with your own hands and can also prevent corona epidemic. Significantly, this festival of Raksha Bandhan, dedicated to the unbreakable bond of brother and sister, has been celebrated for centuries. The siblings wait eagerly for this day. On the day of Sawan Purnima, sisters tie a rakhi on their brother’s wrist and wish him good health, long life and a happy life. In return, the brother also promises to protect his sister as well as protect her throughout her life.