Tuesday 21 July 2015

Other Festivals on Raksha Bandhan Day : Rakhis.org

Every girl who belongs to Hindu tradition waits for the most awaited festival Rakhi each and every year because it is just not another festival to celebrate but it is an affair when a brother takes a vow to protect her sister all his life long in every dark and light, in every thick and thin and in every night and shine. On the other hand every brother also wants to surprise his sister with lovely and beautiful gifts and offerings for his loving sister which may bring a dazzling smile on her face. In general all the sisters do shopping on this festival, buy Rakhi, buy gifts, sweets, clothes and other essential Worship accessories for this festival and brothers buy amazing gifts, chocolates, cards, gift hampers for their sisters. Buy Rakhi, Rakhi Thali, Rakhi Gifts, Rakhi Gift Hampers with incredible discount and deals on them from our online site and place your order from your home.

Other festivals on Raksha Bandhan Day:

  • Rakhi Poornima : Rakhi Poornima is celebrated on the day of Raksha Bandhan, where the word Poornima symbolises “Full Moon”. Basically it celebrated in north and north-west India with so much of zest and enthusiasm. 
  • Balarama Jayanti : Balarama was the elder brother of Lord Krishna and in some part of India Rakhi is also celebrated as the birthday of Lord Balaram.
  • Gamha Poornima : Gamha Poornima is celebrated on the day of Rakhi in Odisha where they celebrate this festival by decorating cows and bullocks and worshipping them. 
  • Jandhyam Poornima : Sanskrit is known as the mother language in india where Jandhyam means the holy thread Janeu. Janeu is a sacred thread which is worn by the men and supposed to take some oath to retain the rich Indian culture and its rituals. In Kumaon people change their janeu on this day of Rakhi. 
  • Avani Avittam or Upakarman : this is one of the very significant and important festival in south India like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh. The Brahmin community wears the sacred thread on this day, also known as Upakarman. Changing the holy thread signifies that people are getting rid of their sins and takes oath not to fall into any sin with a new beginning.
  • Kajari Poornima : Rakhi is celebrated as Kajari Poornima in Indian States like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and more. Where farmers and locals starts to celebrate this festival five days before the full moon.
  • Pavitropana : in Gujrat Rakhi is celebrated as Pavitropana where people go to temple and worship lord Shiva and pray for well being and prosperity. 


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