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People have a traditional belief that the sacred thread of Rakhi has a strong power to bring closer the bond between brothers and sisters. Stories suggest that in ancient India, Rakshabandhan threads were called amulets, used by women as prayers. It is said that Indrani, wife of Lord Indra, prepared a talisman, and tied on her husband’s wrist to win the battle against the demons. The power of the talisman made the gods victorious. Since then the sacred kalawa or moli was used as the Rakshabandhan thread to be tied around the brother’s wrist. Now with the adornment of Rudraksha, Beads, Stones, Kundan, Pearls, etc on the sacred thread, the Rakhi thread has taken a new form.
If there could be any relationship that describes the feeling of Love-Hate, that would be the sibling relationship. Even if we want to, Siblings are those people in our lives whom we cannot avoid. Our life feels incomplete without them. We may irritate them for hours and hours, but if we don't get attention even for a second, we go nuts. We share all our precious memories with them. Whether going to school together to eating that candy-bar from a corner ice-cream stall or watching cartoons together, we all love being with our siblings. In India, we celebrate the love of siblings by celebrating the festival of Raksha Bandhan in which one ties rakhi to the other and seals the bond of love and togetherness. So, Don't you think this special bond deserves a special rakhi?
A sibling bond is rock solid. It means you have to be with your sibling to protect them, to guide them and be their companion. Whether it is to irritate roadside aunty by ringing her bell and running away or carrying out some responsibility, Both of you signed up to be together from the first day. The ties between the sibling bond are strong and time-testing. So why not introduce a thread to make them stronger? Although you will find a lot of rakhi threads online, the best ones are at Tokenz. From stunning crystal and golden beads rakhi to traditional elephant om and stonework rakhi, Tokenz has got a selection of most beautiful rakhis carved out of intricate designs. The threads have a contemporary look and a traditional gist that makes them a perfect choice for an auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan. From gorgeous pearls to the floral pattern, Tokenz has a rakhi thread for all their moods. A rakhi, along with some dry fruits and gifts, is indeed a perfect treat!
|RAKHI THREADS||Rakhi Sets||Rakhi Delivery Specialities|
|Mauli Threads||Set of 2 Rakhis||Express Rakhi Delivery|
|Beads & Pearl Threads||Set of 3 Rakhis||Same Day Rakhi Delivery|
|Rakhi Thread Hampers||Set of 5 Rakhis||Free Shipping Across India|
Raksha Bandhan may sound all hippy-dippy and joyous only if you have your sibling around. Not having your sibling around at any festival brings nothing but gloom. At Tokenz, we respect your love and bond and that is why you can not only select rakhis but also send rakhis online to your beloved sibling no matter on which corner of the world they are. Why only Rakhis? Tokenz has an entire hamper comprises of Tika, Dryfruits, and sweets! Tokenz has the most beautiful catalog of rakhi designs online that consists of Mauli threads, pearl and beads thread, rudraksha threads, and so much more! So why stick to one when you can have so many for your beloved one! Siblings' love is unasked. Therefore it has no replacement and no misplacement. Rakhi does not only reflect bond but also says thanks to them for being with you for life and beyond.