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A Princely Gift For Brother On This Rakhi
By Paliwal Jewelers


 Rakshabandhan is the festival on which sister ties rakhi on her brother’s wrist to save him from misfortunes and unhappiness. In return,the brother offers a gift and a promise of looking after her. Sister showers immense love on her brother who is pledged to accompany her in all thicks & thins of her life. This divine custom of celebrating Raksha Bandhan is inherited from medieval era and even today it is the strongest way for sisters to express their affection in spiritual manner. Every year typically in August, on the propitious day of Shravana Purnima, this festival is celebrated.

Quintessence of this celebration lies in the heavenly relationship between a brother and sister. Sisters who are separated from their brothers because of the geographical boundaries send rakhi to their brothers on this occasion.

Rakhis are the lovely leftovers and the soul of the Raksha Bandhan festival; you want to make sure that your brothers love your selection. They come in vast patterns colourful and decorated with embellishments, you need to tie something extra special to express your unconditional love. Silver rakhis are incredibly graceful and decorative. There exquisiteness beautifully communicates pure emotions of love.

Brothers aspirate to make life better for his sister, they always try to buy something which is enduring so that she can cherish it all her life. So it is vital for sister too to tie rakhi which resist impairment, as most of them get worn and torn. Ultimately after few days, when it gets completely ragged, often it either finds its place near a scared tree or in trash. But the pure silver rakhis are forever. Time does not reduce their loveliness so that your brother can have souvenir of the day or you can say for the lifetime.

Moreover in the market especially, different varieties of luxurious rakhis are available with distinct features. Most of these have no return value. Once you use them and their utility ends. Silver ones have return value too which is their unique feature as it is semi-precious so it is a resource for your brother.

Most common designs of silver rakhis are floral and coinage. Coinage Rakhi is something extraordinary, usually consists of silver coin in the middle with figure of gods and goddesses like Ganesha, Laxmi & Vishnu on it. This kind of rakhi is regarded sacred because of godly image embedded on them.

Floral rakhis have elaborated designs with flowerily-patterns which give absolute visual delight. The use of floral arrangements is connected with a sense of purity.

During the medieval period, the Indian princesses and queens used to tie precious & semi-precious rakhis which depicted their royalty. So enjoy the majestic experience of purchasing silver rakhis from Paliwal Jewelers.


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