Tying a beautiful Rakhi on the wrist of a brother by a sister that carried her blessings and love has always been a prevalent experience that has been in the Indian tradition and culture for a long time now. The Rakhi is not merely a thread or a ban but it is believed to be the protective amulet that is tied by the sister on the brother’s wrist as a blessing and token of her prayers for her brother. While the brother takes a vow to protect his sister for the lifetime at all costs from all the evils around and to be with her in every decision.
Earlier, sisters used to tie Rakhi around the wrist of their brother with the family around and in the presence of elders as it is considered pure and auspicious to perform festive rituals in front of the household deity to make the occasion more blissful. But, with changing time, Rakshabandhan has become an intimate affair. Now, everyone prefers to send Rakhi to Chennai and all other cities to their brothers to wish them a happy Raksha Bandhan.
Modern Rakhi celebration is a little bit different as compared to the ones that we used to celebrate in the earlier days. And, to keep up with changing times, online Rakhi stores are very useful. Customers can avail Rakhi delivery in Chennai and can easily send Rakhis and Rakhi gifts to the loved ones for the festival.