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Rakhi with chocolates or chocolate rakhi – celebrate Raksha Bandhan in style with the most exhaustive range online in India
Come August and a kind of happy flurry begins. The search for that perfect gift for your brother, a person who shares a bond stronger than any with you, an entity who has seen you at your best – or even at your worst. Yes, it is time to appreciate him for who he is. An equal yet a protector, a competitor yet a comrade, the annoying squealer yet an adorable companion during those mischief-filled escapades. Admit it, without him, the world would be a boring, uninteresting place. Luckily for us, Hindu religion too recognises this special bond through one of the most awaited festivals of all - Rakshabandhan.
India’s history and legends are ripe with interesting stories of how Raksha Bandhan came to be what it is. Marked by the Hindu calendar as the Shravan Purnima or the full moon in the month of Sawan, this auspicious day sparkles as bright as the moon. It is believed that Indra – the king of heaven – was once overpowered and then driven into wilderness by the demon king Daitya. Brihaspati, the Guru of the Gods, advised Indra’s wife Shachee Devi to prepare a talisman and tie it on his wrist. This sacred thread helped Indra ward off the demonic attacks and emerge triumphant.
According to another legend, Yama, the God of death, had a sister named Yamuna. On every Shravan Purnima, she would tie a sacred thread on her brother's wrist, praying for his long and healthy life. Ironic, but a sweet tale.
From recent history, it is believed that when Alexander’s army was on the verge of being overpowered by Porus, the former’s wife went to Porus and tied him a silken thread, imploring him to spare her husband’s life, which he eventually did.
When Bahadur Shah of Mewar attacked Chittor, Rani Karnawati sent a rakhi to Humayun, the Mughal ruler, asking for his help. Humayun, touched by this gesture, reached Chittor with his army to protect Karnawati.
Till this day, sisters across India and beyond are seen tying rakhi or the sacred thread on the waiting wrists of their beloved siblings, who with all their heart vow to protect their sister from the various challenges that life throws at them. The string then ceases to be a simple thread – it acquires a significance that is pure as well as karmic – a bond of lifelong friendship, of undying love, a symbol of togetherness till eternity.
Without a doubt, such a special alliance needs a special treasuring – through gifts. Gifts say much more than words could ever do. A thoughtful offering will ensure that this bond gets strengthened even more. And, what is more considerate than sending a rakhi with something sweet, something addictive, and something exotic. Yes, you guessed right! We are talking about rakhi with chocolates.
At SaleBhai, we offer you a variety of delectable chocolates that will make your brother’s heart swoon and how. Each of these delicacies will entice his taste buds, satiate his sweet tooth, and make him reach out for more...and more. From an assortment of various flavours such as truffle, pralines, dry fruit, butterscotch, to a single bar of milk, dark, or white chocolate with a heartfelt message for your sibling – it has it all. These premium treats come wrapped in exquisite packing that will add a special touch to the celebratory tone of the occasion. As your brother opens his present, he will be enthralled by the bounty along with the beautiful rakhi that will come encased in the decorative box. You can choose from a range of rakhi chocolate combos. Some will have a single rakhi while others will have two or more in cases where there are more number of brothers or sisters. You can even get your combo of rakhi with chocolates customised, with a little bit of planning with SaleBhai’s customer support of course.
For cute little brothers, we have an eye-catching variety of cartoon characters as rakhi. There’s a Doraemon, a Spider Man, and the ever-so popular Chhota Bheem, among others. You can combine these with chocolates of your choice...umm your brother’s choice! Of course, it will be an unspoken agreement between the two of you that you will also partake some of the goodies. Otherwise, the deal is off!
For true-blue chocoholic brothers, SaleBhai offers a surprise. It provides chocolates in the shape of a rakhi! Yes, you heard us right. You can tie the chocolate rakhi on your little bhai's wrist and then eat it too! Sweet dreams are indeed made of these. The chocolate rakhi are procured from Jus’ Trufs – the famous chocolatiers of Bangalore and Moddy’s, the Ooty chocolate brand that has the whole of India swearing by its taste and quality. These chocolate rakhi come in various sizes, some even shaped like Mickey Mouse! With so much of yummylicious goodness around you, how can you not order these amazing treats right away? Do so now as Raksha Bandhan is just around the corner. Buy rakhi with chocolates, only on salebhai.com.
The acclaimed marketplace also offers exquisite pearl rakhi - straight from the land of pearls, Hyderabad. The beautiful rakhis come from the famous brand Sri Jagdamba Pearls who have established themselves as well-known traders since the times of the Nizam in 1924 and are a hallmark of unending trust and fine quality. What’s more, their unmatched, original pearls come with a lifetime guarantee. So if you are feeling a little indulgent and want to shower your brother with a lot of love and of course your pocket money, gift him these gorgeous pieces, along with a decorative pack of chocolates. When it comes to celebration, more is definitely better. And, who knows, your bhai might decide to gift you the pearl in return after Raksha Bandhan! Isn’t it a win-win situation for all?
Well then, it is time to bestow your sibling love on the one who means the world to you. Buy rakhi with chocolates online through SaleBhai and discover true bliss with the one you share a karmic connection with. After all, this bond was indeed made in heaven!