Rakhi Rakhee Threads For Your Brother On Raksha Bandhan Ethnic Indian Kundan Design With Kumkum Box

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Namaste!

Beautiful relations are to be cherished and celebrated, and Raksha Bandhan does just that. Rakhi/ Raksha Bandhan is an occasion which commemorates the eternal bond of love & care shared between a brother & sister, marked by a thread tying ceremony.

On this special day of Raksha Bandhan wish your brother lots of happiness & success by sending him wonderful Kundan Rakhis.

Ornate assortment of Kundan Rakhislooks beautiful due to the available colors and variety of set patterns and designs. Designers align kundan beads in various floral and geometrical patterns. The beauty of the kundan rakhi lies in its artistic patterns. Kundan makes beautiful rakhi collection and as they are inexpensive they are very popular.

Entwined with love this Kundan rakhi when worn shall remind your cherished brother of your unconditional love.

Key Features

Dimensions: Rakhi: Length - 13 inches x Width - 0.5 inches Box for 'Kumkum': Length - 2.75 inches x Width - 2 inches x Height - 0.45 inches The box for 'Kumkum' or 'Tilak' is crafted out of plastic with embedded faux stone and sequin The Rakhi band is made out of golden thread with a paisley design exquisitely embedded with faux stones Sisters tie Rakhi to brothers' wrist and brothers promise to protect them in return. This relationship is specially celebrated on a Hindu festival known as 'Raksha Bandhan' This decorative band can be traced back in India to as early as from 481 B.C. These bracelets have been made for many generations by indigenous women who are skilled at creating beautiful designs using simple threads.

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