Raksha Bandhan 2018: Celebrate the festival of Rakhi with these images and messages
The festival of Raksha Bandhan, also known as the festival of Rakhi, is celebrated every year as a tribute to the loving relationship between a brother and a sister. On this day, sisters tie a sacred thread, known as a rakhi, on their brothers’ wrists. Brothers, in turn, promise to always protect their sisters. Hence the name Raksha Bandhan, where “Raksha” means protect and “Bandhan” means bond. This year, Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is falling on a Sunday – August 26. To celebrate this festival, brothers and sisters meet and exchange wishes. Sisters then tie a rakhi on their brothers’ wrists, and an exchange of gifts usually takes place. Those who cannot meet exchange wishes over the phone and on the Internet.
Are you celebrating Raksha Bandhan away from your siblings? Don’t worry! We have compiled a list of images and GIFs you can share with your siblings to let them know you are thinking of them on this special occasion.
Here are some Raksha Bandhan images you can share with your brothers and sisters over WhatsApp and social media to make their day.
You have helped me grow and bloom into the person I am today. Happy Rakhi 🙂
Even though we will not be together this Raksha Bandhan, think of this Rakhi as a thread to keep us connected.
A picture not enough to express your special bond? Here are some Raksha Bandhan GIFs you can send to your sisters and brothers:
Here are some Raksha Bandhan greetings and messages that you can share along with the images and GIFs on the festival of sibling love:
You’ve seen me grow up, and you’ve helped me every step of the way. Happy Rakhi!
Thinking of you and sending a lot of love your way on this special day. Happy Raksha Bandhan!
I hope your day is full of smiles and sunshine. Happy Rakhi to my sister.
May this sacred thread always keep our bond intact. Sending good wishes your way on the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
Having a sibling is like having a friend for life. To let your siblings know how much you appreciate their friendship and support, here are some more Raksha Bandhan messages and wishes you can share with them.
How are you celebrating Raksha Bandhan? Let us know using the comments section below.
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