Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Best Gifts to Match up Traditional Rakhi Styles: Raksha Bandhan is a historic festival that has a significance from the Mughal era. It is believed that when Rani Karnavati sent a thread along with a plea to king Humayun to protect Mewar. Humayun agreed and left everything to protect the queen of Mewar from being attacked again. This story gradually came to be the context of this traditional festival where the sisters tie an amulet or a thread around their brother’s wrist in anticipation of protection from any outside source. Irrespective of the age of the sister, her marital status, or any other ground, she sends a Rakhi to her brother. In return of this favor, the brother sends a gift to his sister and the sister prays for the prosperity and well being of her brother. With a radical change in many traditions, there have been few changes at this festival too. Nowadays, not only brothers but sisters also send a gift for their brothers and not just a Rakhi. This indicates a change and with the distance no longer a hindrance, you may send Rakhi online along with a bunch of gifts that you believe your brother will like. Who better than a sister knows her brother is most likely to adore, therefore, buying a gift for Moms & her brother is a plain sailing for any sister. The issues come when the brothers have to do the same. This tradition of buying gifts by the brother is age-old and hence, the gift really matters. Under this pressure, the brothers often are not able to make any selections and opt for traditional gifts. These gifts are often accompanied by some cash for which the sister is entitled to buy whatever she likes. These traditional gifts are certainly a safe buy as everyone in the family can enjoy them and are not gender or age specific. Some of the gifts are as follows: A beautiful striking silver Rakhi, accompanied by the golden box of sweets: As the festival of Rakhi is primarily celebrated by the Hindus some traditional Indian sweets will complement the silver Rakhi that will remain forever. The sweet box can be wrapped in the traditional yellow cellophane sheet and may have anything from Gulab jamuns to Moti choor ke laddo or even the universal favorite Kaju ki barfi. The box can be adorned with embellishments that supplement its beauty. An Aum Rakhi with a box of dry fruits: For the healthy sibling, chose a box of health to keep that protein level balanced. Some Almonds, Cashews, and handful of Raisins will be loved by your sibling as this will give them some good energy. This also shows considerable care by the receiver as it is one of the most traditional, yet a thoughtful gift to present for the celebration of Raksha Bandhan. The Aum band that the sister will tie will always make memories as such Rakhi is conventional and brings in nostalgia A box of chocolates and a cartoon figure Rakhi: A box of chocolates will be a feast for your younger brother and Rakhi is indeed the right time to allow him to indulge in it. Even you can enjoy the chocolate box and sneak a few of them for later hunger pangs! The cartoon character Rakhi is a trendy way to please the kids, so you have picked the right one to please your younger sibling! Rakhi with a card: To make it simple, chose a card online and send Rakhi gifts to India, if that’s where you sibling lives. This will indeed be the most cherished festival as your message is bound to make your brother nostalgic and cry with tears of happiness.