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The sacred thread of Rakhi has traditionally been the symbol of everlasting love and affection between siblings. The term Raksha Bandhan literally means ‘the bond of protection’, as on this hallowed day brothers reaffirm their vow, to protect their sisters through thick and thin. Celebrated with great gusto and devotion, on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana, or the month of August, this festival bears great significance in Indian culture. On this pious occasion, sisters followcertain rituals such as conducting an ‘Aarti’ and putting ‘Tilak’ on the foreheads of their brothers, before tying the sacred thread of Rakhi around their wrists. So, if you do not want to miss the opportunity to shower your sisterly love upon your brother, then here is your best bet. Login to awesomeji.com and send exquisite Sandalwood/chandan Rakhis online, to your brothers, living anywhere in India, for cheap prices.

Rakhi, in India has been celebrated since ages, to commemorate the perpetual emotional ties between siblings. There are many historical accounts revealing,how great kings and warriors, committed to protect the dignity and sanctity of the sacred thread of Rakhi, have rushed to protect their sisters from impending perils, even at the stakes of their own lives. A festival as significant as this deserves a special celebration. Even if you can’t be with your brother this Raksha Bandhan, with the cheap and efficient services of awesomeji.com, you can bestow all your love though dainty sandalwood/chandan Rakhis. Now with just few clicks, send your brothers living in anywhere India, elegant Sandalwood/chandan Rakhis online and make the occasion memorable for them. Adorned with beads made of sandalwood/chandan pieces, this Rakhi will convey all your love and hearty wishes to your brother. Wherever you be, explore the vast online collection sandalwood/chandan Rakhis, at awesomeji.com and order online, to send them to your beloved brothers in India, for surprisingly cheap prices.