Rakhi PatrikaRakhi Patrika is an extremely stylish way of sending Rakhi and good wishes to Bhaiya on Raksha Bandhan. Rakhi Patrika or Rakhi magazine may said to be a more Indianized version of Rakhi Card. In a way it also works as a loving Rakhi Certificate for brother from a sister.
Styles Used in Rakhi Patrika
Rakhi Patrikas in handmade paper and silk paper resembling the traditional "pothi" or sacred text are available in market and look very charming. These are embellished with artistically written text in Sanskrit and English expressing the love of sister for her brother and reflecting on the importance of Raksha Bandhan festival in India.
An image of Lord Ganesh or other religious symbol symbol is usually embossed on Rakhi Patrika to give it an auspicious look. Shloka in Sanskrit delving on the sacredness of brother sister relationship can also be found in Rakhi Patrika. Gold, red and turmeric yellow are more commonly used colors in Rakhi Patrika than others.
Utility Value of Rakhi Patrika
Rakhi Patrika can be hung on a wall or soft-board as a memento or a decorative ethnic piece from a loving sister. These come along with a beautiful Rakhi Thread for bhaiyya and hence make an innovative and heart-touching gift set for brother on Rakhi