What is the aim of Raksha Bandhan?

To realize this love and brother-sister relationship, sisters tie Rakhi in a special way, which has an important meaning.

Rakhi is a thread that sisters tie around their brother's wrist, and this thread serves as a symbol of their mutual love and protection.

Along with this, brothers give gifts to sisters and they share happiness with each other.

On the day of Raksha Bandhan, sisters wish their brothers long life and happiness, while brothers take an oath towards the sister to protect their children.

This festival strongly reflects the feeling of love and devotion between the members of a family.

The important element of Raksha Bandhan is particularly seen in the relationship in which a sister manifests her commitment towards the safety of her younger brother.

As such, Raksha Bandhan represents an ideal that this strong bond not only between older generations but also between new generations can be a way to keep alive the core values of humanity.

Through this festival, sisters promote the spirit of mutual love, dedication, and cooperation with their brothers and remind them that they will always stand by each other.

On this special occasion, I wish you all a very Happy Raksha Bandhan. May your family be filled with happiness and peace and may the love between you last forever.

Wish you a very Happy Raksha Bandhan!