We all are very familiar with the well-known sentence that humans are social animals. In our society, a person can not live alone. He needs at least one person with him to live a happy, peaceful and satisfying life. One person has more than one type of relationship with another person in her life. That may be personal life, social life, professional life etc. We all are living all these lives and are related to them somehow.
The auspicious celebration
There are many festivals, year round in India. These festivals stand for or represent love and duty towards others as human beings. Rakhi is the festival that explains the importance and necessity of unconditional and true love and duty in all our relations.
Historical significance of Rakhi
This festival is considered a very holy festival, and it is a very special day for every sister and brother. On this day the brother goes to meet his sister at her home. Every year, this occasion is celebrated on the Shravan Month of the Hindu calendar, generally coming in August when it is rainy and beautiful. There is a specified procedure (video or rasam) for its celebration. When the brother arrives, the sister welcomes him with kumkum tilak with rice particles on his forehead. Finally, she will perform the holy Aarti. Then, she will tie a Rakhi (generally on the right hand) to her brother and offer some Rakhi with sweets to Canada from her hand (and mostly made by her sister) to the brother. At this time the brother promises to take care of his sister at any cost, and the sister prays for his brother. After that, the brother gives his sister some beautiful gifts (or hard cash). At first sight, we can see it is a two-way transaction, but the main thing is that none of them expects anything from each other, but they give each other no expectation in return. Both of them feel that they give love and perform duty toward each other.
Though this festival is for brothers and sisters, all family members enjoy it together. They all take lunch together and enjoy many different types of feasts and dishes.
Reasons for gift giving
Raksha Bandhan is not only an occasion that mirrors the love of the brother-sister relationship but also the friendship they share. The occasion of Raksha Bandhan not only constitutes tying a Rakhi to the brother by a sister but also gifting something to him or her. Various exhibitions take place during the Rakhi season and display gifts at the most feasible and legitimate price. Such gifts are sold in various shops and stores, and some of these gifts are exclusively made for the occasion. Gifts can include watches, bags, purses, etc. The most indemand gift items happen to be chocolates.
Special chocolates are found in almost all shops and exhibitions during the season of Rakhi. A box of chocolates is always an ecstasy, and whether it is a sister or a brother, both will just love to have chocolates as their gifts. Its chocolates can be found ready-made, or people can even place orders in order to suit their brother or sister’s taste. Such flexibility and availability of Rakhi chocolates make them worth buying. The mouth-watering chocolates will unquestionably bring a smile to your brother or sister’s face, who shall crave more and will regard such a gift as an epitome of love and consideration.
Online Rakhi to Canada with desserts can be given along with the other gifts or can be given as a separate gift as well. A variety of stores offer exemplary boxes of chocolates that are pure ecstasy. However, orders can also be placed in some chocolate stores if the brother or a sister has specific choices or to make the chocolates all the more decorative.