Raksha Bandhan – Short Paragraph 1.
Introduction: Raksha Bandhan (also Rakhi Purnima, Rakhi festival) is an ancient Indian festival. It celebrates the bond of love and affection between a sister and a brother.
The festival is most common among the Hindus. However, it is also celebrated by the Sikhs, Jains and other communities.
Ritual: The sister ties a thread (known as Rakhi) on the wrist of his brother and marks a tilak on his forehead. The brother promises to always protect his sister.
Celebration: Fairs are held in most of the towns, where beautiful rakhis are sold. Women and girls visit these fairs and select their favorite rakhi. Some girls prefer make Rakhi of their own.
Women and girls wake up early in the morning and start preparing delicious food and desserts for their brothers.
Both the sister and the brother wear new clothes on this day. The brother gives gifts to the sister.
Time: Rakhi Purnima is observed on the full moon day of the Shravan month of Hindu calendar.
Importance: Raksha Bandhan reinforces the love between brother and a sister. It is the duty of every brother to protect his sister. The sister prays for the well-being, success, and safety of her brother. The brother promises to safeguard his sister under all circumstances. It helps to build a healthy family relationship.
By Festival Team
Raksha Bandhan – Short Paragraph 2.
My topic of the paragraph is Raksha Bandhan.
Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival. It is celebrated throughout India. Along with India, it is also celebrated in Nepal and Mauritius.
This festival celebrates the pious bond between brother and sister.
During this festival, the atmosphere is filled with love, joy and happiness. Rituals began with sister applying tilak on their brother’s forehead and tie rakhi on their wrist.
Sisters pray for their brother’s well being and brother gives them gifts with love and blessing.
Women are more excited about this festival as they get a chance to shop and purchase beautiful attire.
It is the best Hindu festival. As people from long distance meet each other with full of love and affection.
So this rakhi what are you gifting your sister?
Last updated: June 19, 2019.