let’s share some colors on this Rakhi, to make your bond more strong with sharing or colouring these beautiful pics on Rakshabandhan. The rakhi is a symbol of the purity of a relationship between a sister and brother. On the occasion of this festival sisters generally apply tilak to the forehead of their brothers, tie the sacred thread called Rakhi to the wrist of their brothers and do arati and pray for their good health & long life.
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Rakhi a purest occasion which is widely know as the festival of brother-sister bond. In this beautiful ceremony of love and affection between brothers and sisters, exchange of rakhi gifts play an integral role. As a token of love, gifts are believed to strengthen the bonding as these are preserved for lifetime along with sweet memories cherished by both giver and receiver. Here to make your bond more strong we brought to Raksha Bandhan 2016 Coloring Pages, Black And White Sheets.
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Raksha Bandhan festival is one of the scared festivals in India. This ceremony is celebrated in each year on the month of August which is the month of Shravan according to the Hindu calendar. This ceremony takes place on the full moon day of Shravan.
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The day describe as brother pledges to protect the sister in every birth. To symbolise this he allows her to tie a string on his wrist. The sister complies so that he keeps his promise. It is an ancient Hindu festival that ritually celebrates the love and duty between brothers and their sisters. On the day brothers and sisters greet each other and shared wishes for strong bond.
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It is the basically a sacred thread of Rakhi is basically a sacred thread of protection embellished with the love and affection of a sister for her brother. The festival is known as bond and affection between brother & Sisters. It is the festival where brothers and sisters celebrated the bond for each other’s and even those friends who are more like siblings and less like friends celebrate the festival.