Traditional Rakhi - Relishing Deep-rooted Traditions of Raksha Bandhan!
Raksha Bandhan, commemorating the pious bond of brothers and sisters, is the most auspicious day in Hindu calendar. Being celebrated since time immemorial, the festival of Rakhi has always been deepened with traditions, for example, tying rakhi, aarti, and rituals followed by traditional worship. Traditional rakhi for some people is the best way to enjoy the traditional glory of this auspicious day.
The traditional rakhi which used to be in the form of ‘dhaga’, ‘dori’, ‘thread’ , ‘mouli’, or ‘kalwa’ has now changed with passing times. Now traditional rakhi comes decked with embellishments and in a number of designs. The size of the rakhi has also been increased than the traditional ones so as to twist it in various shapes.
Due to its fragile yet very delicate form, it was note easier to send traditional rakhi by post or any means. Realizing this fact, artisans began to give this delicate rakhi a bit more designer yet elegant look and hence, traditional rakhi acquired the form of a stylish rakhi. Technical improvement made accessible best materials for thread like beads, stones, zari, and premium silk and fabric.
Traditional Rakhi still is a Huge Hit
Nowadays, traditional rakhi has undergone dazzling transformation and are accessible in a variety of styles, designs, colors and shapes; however the essence remains the same. The most popular traditional rakhis include zari zardosi rakhi, mouli rakhi, rudraksha rakhi, resham dhaga rakhi, and more.