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How to Make Rakhi at Home? This Raksha Bandhan 2020, Here Are Simple DIY Videos to Make Beautiful Homemade Rakhis

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Raksha Bandhan is approaching and people have already begun preparations. While some are checking how to celebrate the day online, others are finding shopping for some new clothes. And there are also few, who are planning to make Rakhi for the festival at home. Rakhi or the red sacred thread is easily available in markets these days in different variants, but many people prefer the homemade touch. So as you are prepping for Raksha Bandhan, we bring to you the easiest DIY videos to make Rakhi at home. When is Raksha Bandhan 2020? Know Date, Shubh Muhurat to Tie Rakhi, Significance, Mythological Stories And Celebrations Related to the Hindu Festival of Brothers & Sisters.

There are varieties of Rakhis and once you decide how your Rakhi should look, then you begin. Take the thread in your preferred colour and bind it on a small piece of cardboard as shown in the video. Then take it out of it and tie the bundle with the end of the thread in its middle. Put a little glue to ensure it stays intact and cut the thread on both sides. For neat ends, cut all the sides for finishing. After the base is ready, you can add little beads around it. Now take the same coloured thread and plait it like hair as shown in the video. Once this is ready, attach it to the main part you made first. Tie both the ends, so that the braid doesn’t come off. Your Rakhi is ready! Raksha Bandhan 2020 Rakhi Designs: From Rudraksha to Cartoon, 5 Types of Rakhis to Choose For Your Brother.

Simple Silk Rakhi to Make at Home:

Easy Home-made Rakhi:

Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the beautiful relation between brothers and sisters. It highlights the bond shared by siblings and aims at tries to strengthen it. On this day, sisters tie the Rakhi or the sacred thread around their brothers’ wrist who in return promise to protect them.  Raksha Bandhan is a Sanskrit word, where ‘Raksha’ means ‘protection’ and ‘Bandhan’ means ‘to tie’, so Raksha Bandhan means ‘to tie the knot of protection’. The day is celebrated by following different customs and traditions in different states of India. It falls on the full moon in the Hindu month of Shravan on Purnima day and therefore it is also called as Rakhi Poornima.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Jul 22, 2020 04:20 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com).

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