Raksha Bandhan Confusion

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This year, Raksha Bandhan was very special for me. This is the first time in my life that a rakhi was tied on my wrist.

Yep, you read that right. The snubnose has gotten into full festival spirit and has made rakhis for me and Kalyan.

Here is a snapshot of the rakhi on my hand:

My Rakhi

My Rakhi

Although, it is quite obvious that the snubnose has her concepts a teeny-weeny bit mixed up (Raksha Bandhan is a festival that celebrates the brother-sister relationship, and she should have ideally have tied the rakhi to any boy she regards as a brother), I am still very proud of the rakhi that she has made for me.

It is quite a simple and novel idea. She has used vadams (a kind of south-indian fryums), strung them up on a rubber band and made a knot.

Quite simple and creative, no? That’s why I feel she has a real turn for art 🙂 . I also really love that her school Neev encourages her interest in art (painting, music, and dancing).

  • Thats really nice and cute. 🙂

    • Thank you.

      Also thanks for tagging me. I”ll get around to completing it in the next couple of days 🙂

  • Very sweet 🙂

    Very creative 🙂

    Rakhi is close to my heart anyday 🙂 and I infact logged in to post something about rakhi and am so glad to read about this 🙂

    🙂 I like Rakhsha Bandan even more now 🙂

    Deepa

    • cool, I will visit your blog to read the latest post

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