What's all the deal about Raksha Bandhan?
It is about your first ever best friend. Or, shall we say, your biggest archenemy! Just kidding, of course.
It is about the one with whom you planned your first few friendly crimes, like sneaking up at night to watch your favorite cartoon. It is about the one who was the first to know of all the juicy gossip happening in your life and, most probably, tease you later with it. It is about the one who made you laugh so hard that one time it took the energy of a thousand elephants to stop laughing, leaving your stomach cramping. Your first and best companion in games - video games, scary games, water fight games, pillow fight games, teasing games, catch-me-if-you-can games, and never-played-before newly invented games that only you and they know about in the whole wide world! And who can forget the ultimate getting-each-other-a-scolding-from-the-parents game!
Yes, this is about your sibling or siblings whose funniest faces come to your mind - your Dabangg Bhai or your Queen Sister (cheers to her!). Isn't it a unique bond that you have with them? Sometimes full of unconditional love, while other times you just cannot let them breathe in peace. One thing is for sure - no matter what life throws at you and whenever you are done with the world and feel like spending time with someone you can call your own, your beloved brother or sweet sister will always be there, ready to take on the world with you.
On the 11th of August, 2022, celebrate the unique bond you share with them by spending time together as you cherish the good old days. This Raksha Bandhan, take an off from your daily routine and feast on your favorite childhood meal together. Share a conversation over some cold coffee and bring back the "Name Place Animal Thing" nostalgia with our Nostalgia Hamper. After the rakhi ceremony and feeding each other some barfi/laddoos, you can end the day well spent with a gift that will compliment the stronger growing love that you have - A gorgeous pair of mugs. Whether near or far away, you will always be together, held closely by the Invisible Love Threads. Have a wonderful Raksha Bandhan!