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Mouli Rakhi
Mouli Rakhi can be described as the much simpler version of Rakhi Thread. These are also called 'Kalavah' or 'Dori' and are considered to be extremely sacred in Hindu religion. Mouli Rakhi is usually sent to old people or who believe in simplicity.
The other use of Mouli is that is used to compliment the Rakhi. In many Hindu families sending a single Rakhi is considered inauspicious. Therefore when only one Rakhi needs to be sent, sister place a sacred mouli thread along with the main Rakhi.

Because of their great demand the traditional mouli has undergone great transformation in terms of style and aesthetic appeal. These are decorated with beads, zari, sequins, kundans and other decorative just as the Rakhi Thread but in much simpler and sober patterns. Thread of mouli Rakhi is usually yellow, red or maroon in colour and is usually made of Resham.