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Rakhi with Sweets - Celebrate your siblings with our exhaustive range of rakhi with sweets, without leaving the comforts of your home
“To the outside world we all grow old. But not to brothers and sisters. We know each other as we always were. We know each other's hearts. We share private family jokes. We remember family feuds and secrets, family griefs and joys. We live outside the touch of time.”
As the month of sawan begins, it brings with it the fervour of Raksha Bandhan which in Sanskrit, means ‘the tie or knot of protection’. This is a festival that seals the bonds of love between brothers and sisters and brings them closer.
One of the oldest traditions of India, Raksha Bandhan is a celebration of this special and unique relationship. The delicate threads that make a rakhi are revered more strongly than iron chains – cementing the bond between brothers and sisters. A rakhi might be made of fragile thread, but the moment it is tied around a brother’s wrist with love and devotion, it becomes sacred. It becomes an unbreakable alliance of trust, love, friendship, security, and dependability.
While Raksha Bandhan’s roots stem from Hinduism, but it is not just a Hindu festival. It is an important tradition in the history of Sikhism too, often called ‘Rakhardi’ or ‘Rakhadi’. It is also celebrated in Jainism, wherein a Jain priest hands out threads to the devotees.
Another such legend is that of Lord Krishna and Draupadi. Lord Krishna, in the war against King Shishupal, had injured his hand. Seeing his hand bleeding, Draupadi tore a strip of cloth from her sari and tied it around Lord Krishna’s wrist. Upon realizing her concern and sisterly affection, Lord Krishna proclaimed himself her brother. Many years later, when she needed protection from the Kauravas, Lord Krishna protected her.
Another famous story is that of Rani Karnavati and Emperor Humayun. During the medieval times the protection of sisters and sacredness of the bond of rakhi was at it peak. Also, the Rajputs were fighting the Muslim Invasion. When Rani Karnavati, the widow of the king of Chittor realized that she could not hold off the invasion of the Sultan of Gujrat- Bahadur Shah on her own, she sent a letter with a rakhi to Emperor Humayun. Moved by this gesture, the Emperor left at once with troops, to protect and provide aid to Rani Karnavati.
Throughout history, there have been multiple examples of a rakhi being a symbol for protection. It was often tied by daughters, wives, or mothers to keep the men in the family from any harm. So, even if you don’t have brother, it doesn’t mean that this festival isn’t for you. In today’s date, often sisters tie a rakhi on their sister's wrists to celebrate the bond they share. This Raksha Bandhan, go ahead and celebrate your sisters and brothers with the exhaustive range of rakhis with sweets offered at SaleBhai. Sisters look for unique rakhis to show their love and appreciation, while brothers look for for the perfect gifts to present to their sisters as a token of their everlasting devotion and protection.
Traditionally, rakhis were made at home hence each region has a typical style of rakhi in color, material, size and pattern. Similarly, the sweets too, traditionally, are made at home and are typical of a region. Today’s fast paced life doesn’t offer such choices and time for it. Not to worry, SaleBhai takes care of all your needs. It offers a wide range of rakhis, sweets and presents online, just a few clicks away!
We have rakhis for all ages. For the annoying yet adorable little brothers, cartoon rakhis ranging from the cute blue cat Doraemon, to the witty superhero Spiderman. For the older, more sophisticated sibling, Sri Jagdamba Pearls brings you pearl rakhis from Hyderabad, with a lifetime guarantee and unmatched quality.
Sweets are one of the most integral parts of a rakhi celebration. They have a way about them, that every time you have a piece it's like you’re having it for the first time, all the while making you feel nostalgic no matter how many times you have actually eaten a particular mithai. Be it traditional or a mix of modern and traditional, from Bengali to Marathi to Rajasthani, we offer you a truly wide range of mithais. SaleBhai proffers to you a multitude of delicacies from all over the country, at the most competitive prices, with the speediest deliveries. Mysore pak, ghewar, peda, kalakand, sandesh, or soan papdi; we supply it all.
A celebration without sweets is not considered a proper celebration. But many people in India are unable to participate in the long standing tradition of exchanging sweet during all celebrations. A majority of Indians have a sweet tooth. And because of that we know what it's like to have to constantly have temptation put in front of us nearly every other day. It is borderline impossible but somehow a lot of us manage, but you shouldn't have to. So, SaleBhai’s exhaustive range of sugar-free mithais gives you the freedom to have delicious mithais whenever you want in whatever quantity. This raksha-bandhan, celebrate your brother or sister with as much mithai as you like. Find with us the best sugar-free besan ladoo, anjeer barfi, fini, and much more. Sugar free sweets are rising in popularity, but their quality leaves a lot to be desired. SaleBhai strives to provide you with only the best of the best, always.
At SaleBhai, we understand the sweetness of the love shared by siblings. Which is why we bring to you unique rakhis from far and wide on one platform to save your precious time. And since no rakhi celebration is complete without complimentary sweets, we present you with a wide range of rakhis with sweets in the form of amazing combos. Buy rakhi with sweets from a wide range presented only on SaleBhai, and celebrate your true best friend and soulmate: your sibling!