Divine RakhiRakhi is a festival being celebrated all around the world to cherish the blessed relation between a brother and a sister. Since ancient period, this festival was being celebrated on the full moon day called 'Rakhi Purnima' in whole India with different names signifying the special bond of love among siblings. To a sister, brothers are the God sent gifts. Sisters value him all her life and prays for his well-being. On this auspicious day, she wants a touch of divinity for her brother.
At the beginning, a simple thread was used as a Rakhi to tie on the wrist of brothers. Gradually with the change in trend and time, Rakhi also has changed its form and shape. The most popular form of Rakhi which is used is "Divine Rakhi".
Design & Material Used :
Divine Rakhis are created out of different materials like plastic, gold, silver, etc in different designs and colors. It contains various Gods and Goddesses figure including lord Krishna, Lord Ganesha, Goddess Laxmi, Symbols like OM, Swastika etc on it. Sisters have a strong belief that tying divine Rakhis to their brother's wrist will bring blessings of almighty God to them. The different types of 'Diving Rakhis' are as follows :-