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Before diving into the vast sea of our curated Rakhi gifts ideas, let’s get to know what Rakshabandhan is all about and why it is such an important festival in India. The way that Indian people celebrate it is profound. They try their best to make the most of this occasion. But why and how? Keep on reading to know.

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History of Rakshabandhan

Rakshabandhan is not just a festival, it’s a representation of the love between siblings, sister and brothers. By simply tying a thread around the wrist of her brother, the sister is assured that her brother will be there for her and protect her from every problem that comes her way. 

Why is Rakshabandhan Celebrated?

Rakhi, a bond of protection, exists because of a certain incident that is believed to have taken place in Indian history. It is believed that once, when Shri Krishna had injured himself while using his Sudarshan Chakra, Draupadi tore a piece of cloth from her saree and tied it around Shri Krishna’s injured finger. This is a part of the holy epic, Mahabharata. Since then, Shri Krishna has committed to protecting Draupadi at all costs. It is a sacred act.

What is the Importance of Rakshabandhan in the Hindu religion?

The Hindu Dharma takes Rakshabandhan very seriously owing to the historical event that they believe to have happened due to the Mahabharata. For Hindus, Mahabharata is not just an epic story, it’s a faith that they try to follow with all their might. Mahabharata teaches humans to be truthful and faithful, sets examples of the fact that the good always wins over the evil, and makes them believe that kindness, forgiveness, and being adamant about one’s dharma is the most profound way of living. When Draupadi tied a piece of her saree around Shri Krishna’s injured finger, she showed her affection and dedication to him. In return, Shri Krishna promised to keep her safe, showing the chivalry he possessed. 

It is believed that the best time to tie a Rakhi is during the afternoon, in the Aparahna period. However, it is also okay to tie it during the Pradosh period which starts at sunset. But there is a rule that must be followed according to the Hindu scriptures. One should always avoid tying a Rakhi in the Bhadra period, that is, during the early mornings and late evenings. This is because it is said that negative energies are at play during this time period.

If you want to know which God is celebrated on Rakshabandhan, here is the answer - Lord Yama and his sister Yamuna are worshipped on this auspicious occasion. When Yamuna tied a Rakhi around Lord his wrist and blessed him with immortality, Lord Yama was so touched that he declared that whoever gets the opportunity to get a Rakhi tied around his hand by his sister, will become immortal. 

Evolution of Rakshabandhan

One can’t deny the fact that the way that Rakshabandhan is celebrated today is different from the earlier times. The way of celebrating Rakshabandhan has been changing, more like evolving, over the period of time since it was first celebrated. 

How it was Celebrated in the Early Decades

Rakshabandhan is a popular ceremony in India. Almost celebrated by all the Hindus every year. In recent years, Rakshabandhan has changed the form in which it is celebrated. It has the sister tying a Rakhi around her brother’s wrist, but it wasn’t always celebrated this way. Rakshabandhan, celebrated on the last day of the Hindu lunar calendar month of Shraavana, was first celebrated in a different way than now. In Sanskrit, from which the word has originated, Rakshabandhan literally means, “Bond of Protection”. People, now-a-days, are used to thinking that Rakshabandhan is just about a sister tying a piece of thread around her brother’s wrist. But they aren’t aware of the way it transitioned from what it used to be to what it is today. The value of a Rakhi hasn’t degraded in any way, but the way of celebrating the love between sister and brother has. It is written in the old Hindu texts that in the early times Rakshabandhan was celebrated in a way where a domestic priest used to tie amulets, or threads around his patron’s wrist or changed the already existing but old amulets to a new one, and received gifts in the form of money from them. In fact, it is still the case in some places in India.

Impact of Modernisation on Rakshabandhan

Has the modern world changed our traditions, the way we celebrate our culture? You probably know the answer already. The way we celebrated our culture and traditions, including Raksha Badhan, has changed over time, especially because of the modernisation of our country. We have become ‘cool’ and are able to put technology to good use when it comes to festivals. Now, unlike before, a sister doesn’t need to tie a Rakhi on her brother’s wrist directly to receive a gift from him. The way we celebrated the festival of Rakshabandhan started changing when the postal services became an integral part of the way our country worked, with various documents and dak pads being sent from one city to another, one state to another. Since then, if her brother was away from home, a sister could simply post a Rakhi to her brother which took several days to reach him. The brother, in return, sent money as a gift for the Rakhi he received. In recent years, however, the process of exchanging Rakhi and gifts between siblings has become faster and more efficient than ever. Now, a sister can easily select a Rakhi with gift for her brother online if he’s not with her. She can even choose to send some chocolates his way or rakhi hampers online. The brother, too, has the option of sending a  rakhi gifts online or a gift card to her sister. Even if one of the siblings lives overseas, he or she can always video call the other, and reminisce the older days; days when they were still kids. Basically, the way that a pair of siblings express their affection has changed but the love that they possess for each other, remains the same. 

Changes in Rakhi Gifts

As has been mentioned earlier, these days there are many different ways one sibling can shower love upon the other. There are many Rakhi gifts ideas available online if one doesn’t want to rack his brain for it. There are many websites, like ours, that create unique, one-of-a-kind Rakhi gift hampers that are sure to make your sibling climb over to the ninth cloud. You can easily select a Rakhi gift box online that you think fits your sibling’s taste and send it their way. Ordering gifts for Raksha Bandhan is a very convenient option in these days and times.  Rakhi gifts online are an efficient way that guarantees to save the time and trouble that one might face if the siblings live in separate places. 

Ritual Variations across Regions

The way that Rakshabandhan is celebrated varies from one region or state to another. This is not the case just for Rakshabandhan but for almost all the festivals in India. The way that the ceremony of Rakshabandhan is performed is different in every region.

Narali Purnima from Maharashtra

Maharashtra being a coastal state, celebrates Rakshabandhan along with the full moon day of Shravan. On this day, the devotees of Lord Varuna make an offering of ‘nariyal’ or coconut to the sea, praying for their well-being. This is done by the Koli community of Maharashtra. Another community, the community of fishermen, make a coconut offering to the Sea God praying for protection from any type of calamity and a prosperous life.

Lumba Rakhi from Rajasthan

Among the Marwari and Rajasthani community, sisters not only tie Rakhi around the wrists of their brothers, but also around the bangles of their wives. It is believed that since the wife of the brother is the ‘ardhangini’ or the better half of the brother, she should also share the responsibility of protecting and loving the sisters the same as their husband. 

Pavitropana from Gujarat

The people of Gujarat also celebrate Pavitropana along with Rakshabandhan. This day doesn’t include only a sister tying a Rakhi around her brother’s wrist, but people worshipping Lord Shiva too. It is believed that worshipping Lord Shiva on this day clears away all their sins and makes them pure.

Kajari Purnima from Madhya Pradesh and Bihar

The day of Rakshabandhan marks the day of the start of the new agricultural season in Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, so it is an important day for them. 

Jhulan Purnima from West Bengal

This day is celebrated as the day when the five-day long swinging of the ‘Jhula’ of Shri Krishna and Radha comes to an end. The ‘Jhule’ or the swing is mostly decorated with flowers.

Amazing Rakhi Gift Hampers Ideas to celebrate Rakhi This Year

Since you are reading this blog, you might as well check out the various Rakhi Hampers that we’ve prepared just for you. All our gifts on rakhi are made with one goal in mind, that is, creating a unique and special gifting experience for our customers. We believe in creating a platform where you can find the most extraordinary and perfect gift for your loved ones. Check out the unique Rakhi gifts online in India to add an extra smile to your loved ones' face. Get your hands on the best rakhi gift hampers to make this rakhi more special.

How to make Rakhi More Special with Confetti Rakhi Gift Box and Hampers

One of the best ways to make your Rakhi special this year is by making something for your sibling by hand. Hand-made rakhi gift hampers/rakhi hampers have always been the best way to show your true emotions to your loved ones. If you are the brother, make a hand-made card for your sister, thanking her for all that she does for you and showers you with all the love possible. If you are the sister, you can easily make a hand-made rakhi gift box . We are sure he’ll love it. While preparing gifts for raksha bandhan , make sure that they are personalised. It means that you should add some detail or the other that has a personal ring to it, something only you guys share as siblings or something that is a priced possession of the other. 

Amazing DIY Rakhi Gift Box Ideas

As mentioned before, rakshabandhan gift something hand-made and personalised is the best option. If you are considering making a hand-made Rakhi, all that you need is some kind of thread, be it satin ribbon, silk thread, or wool, decorative craft materials like beads, thermocol balls, craft paper, etc., glue, and scissors. Put them together in however way you feel like to make a hand-made Rakhi.

Also, if you fall short of ideas to make a hand-made rakhi gift box or a card, you can always check out our rakhi gifts ideas like Rakhi gift hampers for brothers and Rakhi gift hampers for sister. We guarantee you that you will find exactly what you need here. Never miss to explore the best rakhi gifts ideas from Confetti.

Cute Rakhi Gifts Hampers for Sisters at Confetti Gifts

Are you looking for Rakhi gifts online or rakhi gift box? Especially rakhi gift hampers for sisters? We’ve already told you, but we don’t mind repeating - We have the perfect, unique rakshabandhan gifts. The variety of Rakhi gift hampers that we have on our website will amaze you. Make sure to check them out. If your sister is young, she can make do with cute, little gifts. Looking for a unique Rakhi hamper or the best rakhi gift? You will get to know and have a wide range of options here. But if she’s your elder sister, who’s already married, we’ve still got your back. You can also buy gift box that is not exclusively for Rakshabandhan on our website - like corporate gift hampers for employees, gift boxes for men, gift boxes for women. These gifts for Raksha Bandhan will also put a smile on your sibling’s face.

Be sure to check out our birthday gift boxes and Mother’s Day gift ideas as well. They will certainly light up your bulb and make you want to give them out to everyone you love and care for. We hope that you find this blog useful.

Rakhi gifts for brothers

Confetti has a wide range of fantastic gifts for Raksha Bandhan for your sisters and brothers. Let's explore the best rakhi gift sets together!

HEY SOUL SISTER

Since we know how dear your sister is to you, we created a similarly sentimental and exquisite gift box packed with the best items, from perfumes to hair care. She'll get a lot of hugs and this box will really brighten her day. This box contains Table top frame - Best Sister, Gold and Brown Scrunchies, Five elements of Body lotion, Dot and Key Clay Mask, Vanilla Scented Candle, Rose Quartz Face Massage Roller, Handwritten Greeting Card as per your choice and a Reusable Confetti Gift Box. This is one of the best rakhi gifts online.

AMIGO

Buy gifts for Raksha Bandhan for your brother with all the grooming supplies he'll need to meet his diverse needs. This rakhi hamper is full of grooming necessities this Rakhi will make him feel special. This gift for Raksha Bandhan contains a Wooden Beard shipping Tool, The Man Company Coffee and Green Tea Face Wash, Impact Mint, Leather Sunglass Case, Brother Metal Keychain, Leather Pouch, Handwritten Greeting Card as per your choice and a Reusable Confetti Gift Box.

SWEETS AND TREATS

What is the greatest way to enjoy a movie night without consuming junk food? To make your bonding time enjoyable and delicious, simply get your hands on this Rakhi gift box stocked with some really delectable treats! This rakhi hamper contains 4700BC Chocolate Popcorn, Smoor Fruit & Nut Chocolate Bar, Mixed Dry Fruits, Country Bean Vanilla Instant Coffee, TBH Herbed Taro Chips, Free Handwritten Greeting Card as per your choice and a Reusable Confetti Gift Box.

TEA POSITIVE

Who doesn't enjoy tea? Your tea time will be enjoyable, amusing, and delicious with this Rakhi gifts online! Any sibling who is dependent on his or her daily cup of delight will love it. This box contains Chaika Dhaba Chai ( 10 ready-to-make sachets), Ceramic Kullad - Set of 2, Brother and Sister Tea Coasters, Playing Cards (Deck of 52 Cards), Free Handwritten Greeting Card as per your choice and a Reusable Confetti Gift Box.

INCREDIBLE BROTHER

This rakhi hamper includes 1 pair of  Socks, a Journal, Bluff Coconut Chips, a Cable Organizer, a Free handwritten greeting card of your choice and a Reusable Confetti gift box.  Get all these rakhi hampers online and many more things only from Confetti.  

Confetti Gifts for all your gifting needs

Confetti's goal is to help individuals have a unique gifting experience by providing a place where they can find innovative gifting suggestions for their dear ones. Our ambition is to produce distinctive, inventive, and refined products that encourage folks to form stronger bonds in order to spark the enthusiasm for gifting. In the midst of the industry's bustle, we carefully cherry-pick our items from sources who create them with astounding precision. We devote everything to creating the ultimate box for each event since we think the real artistic procedure is just as essential as the final outcome.

Other than Rakhi gifts, we have Anniversary/wedding gifts, Corporate gifts, gifts for him, gifts for her, mom-to-be gifts, friendship day gifts,  gifts for parents, Wellness & care gifts, Chocholate gifts, and many more things. You even have the option to customise your own gift box!

Confetti is the place to go if you're looking for a one-of-a-kind token of love.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How to choose the best rakhi gift for my brother?

Find out what your brother likes and dislikes, put those items together, and give a rakhi hamper as the ideal rakhi gift. At Confetti, you have a range of choices. For instance, if your brother likes eating sweets a lot then, our sweets and treats gift hamper will be perfect for him.

What should be the best rakhi gift for my sister? 

The ultimate rakhi present is a rakhi basket, which you can make by putting together the goods your sister appreciates. You can pick from a variety of options at Confetti. So, if your sister likes sweets and strawberries, you can gift her our strawberry shortcake hamper.