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10 Best Lines On Raksha Bandhan For Brothers-Sisters
Here we have provided diffrent Sets of 10 Lines on Raksha Bandhan in English for children. Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival celebrating the bond of love between brothers and sisters. Observed on a Full Moon Day or Purnima in the month of Sawan, it is one of the most awaited festivals in India. Raksha in Hindi means to protect and Bandhan refers to a bond of affection and love. ‘The term ‘Raksha Bandhan’ therefore refers to a bond of love between brother-sister and an obligation on the brother to protect his sister from any trouble. Rakhi is the most element of Raksha Bandhan. It is a decorated thread that the sisters tie on their brother’s wrist.
10 Lines On Raksha Bandhan – Set 1
1) Celebrated throughout India Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival.
2) Celebrated on Full Moon Day (Purnima) in Sawan month, it if the festival of love between brothers and sisters.
3) It falls on the last day of the auspicious Sawan month.
4) The pious month of Sawan ends on Raksha Bandhan.
5) Raksha Bandhan symbolizes a bond of love between brothers and sisters.
6) Sisters pray for their brother’s good health and longevity.
7) Sisters venerate their brothers, apply kumkum to their forehead, and offer sweets.
8) Brothers give money or gifts to their loving sisters as a symbol of their love.
9) On the day, brothers vow to protect their sisters from all kinds of evils and adversities.
10) The love and affection between brother-sister are evidently visible in Raksha Bandhan.
10 Lines on Raksha Bandhan – Set 2
1) Raksha Bandhan is the only Hindi festival that celebrates the brother-sister bond.
2) Raksha Bandhan makes the brothers realize the obligations they have towards their sisters.
3) Raksha Bandhan is a festival when married women travel to their parent’s house to meet their brothers.
4) Even brothers-sisters not related by blood celebrate Raksha Bandhan.
5) Little girls tie Rakhi to politicians and other popular figures as a symbol of their love and respect.
6) Raksha Bandhan initially originated in North India, gradually spreading to other parts.
7) Raksha Bandhan is traced back to the Mahabharata times.
8) Hindi films played a significant role in making the festival of Raksha Bandhan popular.
9) In West Bengal Raksha Bandhan is called ‘Jhoolan Purnima’, and Lord Krishna and Radha are venerated.
10) Many popular Hindi movies and songs are based on Raksha Bandhan. Raksha Bandhan
1) Raksha Bandhan commemorates the special bond between siblings.
2) In the Vedic period Raksha Bandhan was called ‘Shravani’.
3) Shravani was celebrated to remember sages and their devotion.
4) In Sawan greenery abounds and the married women return to their parent’s home with joy.
5) Young girls rejoice during the festival, swinging and singing songs.
6) On Raksha Bandhan brothers promise their sisters to act as lifelong intermediaries between their parents and in-laws’ homes.
7) Till a couple of decades back Raksha Bandhan wasn’t much popular in South India but now it has become a major celebration there as well.
8) Today the celebration of Raksha Bandhan cuts across all divisions of caste and creed.
9) In some parts there is a tradition of flying kites in Raksha Bandhan.
10) Women tie Rakhi to soldiers to express their love and respect for the latter.
Why do we celebrate Raksha Bandhan?
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated to display the bond of love between brothers and sisters.
What is Raksha Bandhan called in English?
In English Raksha Bandhan translates to “The bond of protection”!
Is Rakhi specifically tied to males/brothers/cousins?
No rakhi can be tied even to close family friends and sister-in-laws as well.
Who tied first rakhi?
As per Hindu mythological legend, Draupadi tied first rakhi to Sri Krishna.
Some other historians however claim that Rani Karnawati to Emperor Humayun.
Can we tie rakhi to God?
Of course you can! In fact many people do tie rakhi to trees, pets and everything they feel bonded to.