Gifting Ideas for Raksha Bandhan


5 Lovely Gifting Ideas for the Raksha Bandhan

As a child you might have fought with your sibling. He might have pulled your pigtails or eaten your stashed away goodies. She might have hidden your favourite Hot Wheels car or bitched about your girlfriend behind your back. But there would have been times when you had defended your sibling or taken the punishment on his or her behalf. Yes, that is the love between a brother and a sister. Pure and unconditional.

But, did you know, this festival of Rakhi goes deep into history and mythology? Let’s see how Raksha Bandhan evolved:

Krishna and Draupadi Lord Krishna cut his finger, while others present were still thinking on how to react, Draupadi simply tore a part of her sari and bandaged his finger with it. In return, Krishna protected Draupadi’s decency when she was disrobed publicly in King Dhritrashtra’s court.

Rani Karnawati and Emperor HumayunRani Karnawati of Chittor sent a rakhi to Emperor Humayun and requested him to save her town from the evil eye of Bahadur Shah of Gujarat. The Emperor touched by the gesture marched towards Chittor to save his sister and her town.

Alexander the Great and King PuruThis reference of rakhi dates back to 330 BC when Alexander had invaded India. Though Alexander was a mighty king, he would not have lasted against the Indian King Puru. Alexander’s wife on hearing about the rakhi festival approached King Puru and tied a rakhi on his wrist. King Puru accepted her as his sister and refrained from fighting Alexander, and thus lost to him.

No wonder, we have been celebrating Raksha Bandhan since time immemorial to show this unique bonding between a brother and a sister. Celebrate this beautiful relationship by gifting a unique piece of jewellery to your sibling or any near and dear with whom you are celebrating Raksha Bandhan.

We bring you these 5 attractive gifting options on the eve of Raksha Bandhan.

Indu Diamond Earrings: A pair of flower shaped earrings in yellow gold not only looks lovely and classy, but is also a great every day wear.

Bonnie Diamond Pendant: This beautiful pendant in yellow gold is a timeless piece that can be worn on various occasions; be it kitty parties or social gatherings. The Indu Diamond Earrings will perfectly complement this pendant’s elegancy.

Belissa Diamond Earrings: Unique and eye-catching, this flower shaped earrings can serve as a regular wear, and the wearer needn’t think twice about stepping out in them. If at all, they will catch envious sighs galore.

Keely Diamond Pendant: This real diamond pendant with swirl design looks chic with any attire. This can be worn on a thin gold chain to get the maximum effect.

Hermes Diamond Earrings: Some designs never go out of date; these star shaped diamond earrings in yellow gold are one of them. Not only they suit all face types, but they can also be worn with any attire.

All the above designs have been carefully handpicked by Eves24 for Raksha Bandhan; keeping the versatility and elegance of these pieces in mind.

You can explore more work jewellery options under Jewel Online at www.eves24.com or call us on +91 84509 97666 to set up an appointment to visit our studio.

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