Everybody knows this that how valuable our parents are. Their friendship, care, and love through which they make us remain in this world can’t be characterized in words so if the event like an anniversary is being there so we should make this day the most excellent and memorable with the goal that they will always remember.
Yes! He does everything for us! He becomes a horse for us, he becomes jocker for us, a teacher, philosopher, Pathfinder, everything you need at each step in your life. Of course, we should respect and thankful to him each and every day but the world celebrates a day in a year that is the third Sunday of June.
Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi, as it’s popularly know is a Hindu festival that celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters in the month of Shravana. The term “Raksha Bandhan” is Sanskrit and translates to “a tie of protection”. Brothers get thread amulets tied by their sisters and it follows with prayers for their happiness and longevity. Brothers are in turn bound to cherish and safeguard their sisters with love. These fragile threads symbolize the of love among siblings.