Different Types Of Rakhi’s For Raksha Bandhan - Farah Atelier


Friday, July 26, 2019

Different Types Of Rakhi’s For Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan has been around a long time and it comes as no surprise then that Rakhi’s have too. Which sort of lead to people getting tired of seeing the same old generic designs over and over again.
Luckily, manufacturers got sick of this too and decided to get creative with their ideas and as a result, we now have access to more styles of Rakhi’s than we can count. So, which one these Rakhi’s should you get? Well, I’d say get the kind of Rakhi you haven’t gotten before because new is always exciting. Having said that, there are a few Rakhi’s that never seem to disappoint. 

So, if you’re heading to order Rakhi online, keep the below listed designs in mind.

1.       Gemstone Rakhi’s
I’m going to start with what is probably the latest trend in designer Rakhi’s. Gemstone Rakhi’s refer to those Rakhi’s that come with healing crystal gemstones as centre pieces. These gemstones are not only beautiful to look at but are also said to have healing powers and the ability to align your inner spiritual chakras. This makes it a great Rakhi to give on Raksha Bandhan.

2.       Ornate Stone Rakhi’s

While similar in appearance to the above listed gemstone Rakhi’s this style of Rakhi only focuses on visual appeal… which is no bad thing. They feature beautiful ornate stones that come in a multitude of different colours to choose from. Plus, the shape of these stones helps them look more like designer bracelets and less like Rakhi’s.

3.       Silver & Gold Rakhi’s
These are one of the older styles on this list but that doesn’t make them any less special. Gold and silver have always been considered auspicious hues in Indian culture and as a result, these make the list. Plus, they look really stunning as well and are a product that can be kept and cherished for years to come.
4.       Rudraksha Rakhi’s

These Rakhi’s are designed with Rudraksha seeds as centre pieces. For those of you who don’t know, Rudraksha seeds are considered to be the holy tear drops of Mahadev and are found across the Himalayas. These seeds are highly auspicious and depending on the Mukhis, there are multiple benefits that these seeds can provide. This makes them an incredibly thoughtful Rakhi to give to your brother. Plus, these too are available in a variety of different styles and colours to choose from.

5.       Peacock Rakhi’s

These Rakhi’s are easily the most colourful Rakhi’s you can find. As the name might suggest, these Rakhi’s feature Peacock designs on them. This is good because not only arepeacocks our national animal, but they are also incredibly beautiful, and that bit reflects on the Rakhi’s. That being said, these are best suited to be gifted to younger brothers under the age of 13.

So, keep the above Rakhi designs in mind while searching for a Rakhi online. You may find something even more special but trust me when I say these will get the job done just fine.

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