- Leaf Ganesha : Metal wall hanging Ganesha
- Lumba Rakhi Pair
- Sweet (Chocolate / Soan Papdi)
- KumKum Roli / Chawal
- Greeting Card
- Haldi KumKum Holder (Plastic)
It comes in Rakhi and Lumba as Pair set .
The primary reason to tie a Lumba rakhi is unlike that of a rakhi tied on a brother’s wrist. A Lumba Rakhi is tied on a sister-in-law’s hand to receive protection for the whole family as well as secure her marriage. Besides, it forms the bond between a sister and a sister-in-law, which is sealed with a dangling Lumba rakhi on a bhabhi’s wrist.
Raksha Bandhan, also abbreviated to Rakhi/ Rakhri, is the Hindu festival that celebrates brotherhood and love. It is celebrated on the full moon in the month of Sravana in the lunar calendar.
The word Raksha means protection, whilst Bandhan is the verb to tie. Traditionally, during the festival sisters tie a rakhi, a bracelet made of interwoven red and gold threads, around their brothers' wrists to celebrate their relationship.
Why Lumba Rakhi ?
Unlike regular rakhis, a Lumba Rakhi is quite different. The tradition of tying a Lumba rakhi was started by women. Let’s understand the meaning and significance of a Lumba rakhi in detail:
Originated in Rajasthan, a Lumba stands for a ‘bangle.’ On Raksha Bandha, it is a customary tradition amongst the Marwari families, wherein they tie a Lumba rakhi on a sister-in-law’s bangle. Apart from Marwaris, the trend of tying Lumba rakhis is followed by many North Indians as well.
This rakhi is around 10-12 inches long.
Beautifully handcrafted rakhi with cotton thread Rakhi for brother.
Card 4x6 single sided
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We have various variety of gifts like Potlis/ Envelops/ Sweets/ chocolates/ Jewelry/ home decoration. You could mix and match to make a combo with your rakhi. We can make it a gifty appearance for your brother.
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