Rakshabandhan is a festival when a sister ties a sacred thread on a brother’s wrist. Brother vows to protect her and sister showers her love and care on him. Tomorrow is Rakshabandhan (Rakhi) and this post is dedicated to all the sisters and brothers around the world.
“Good relationships are like needles of a clock, they only meet for sometime
but always stay connected”
I am happy that my siblings and I are like those clock needles. As kids, together we fought a lot, played a lot, enjoyed a lot, and learned a lot. Now we have grown up, live far away from each other, and have our own families, but still, we are connected, cherish those memories, always there for each other and that’s bliss.
Here are my quilled rakhis for my brother. You know how I love everything handmade
I used different quilling techniques to make these rakhis.
Here is my platter full of love for my brother. Did you notice that the golden lotus…..its made of a pistachio shell during Diwali? I took it out just for Rakshabandhan.
Look how happy and calm my Buddha looks with this Lotus.
Wishing all brothers and sisters a very happy, peaceful, and memorable Rakshabandhan 🙂