Raksha Bandhan 2020: B-Town Expressing Love and Affection For their Siblings

The country is celebrating Raksha Bandhan today. The festival, also referred to as Rakhi, is dedicated to the undying bond between a brother and a sister.

Raksha Bandhan 2020: B-Town Expressing Love and Affection For their Siblings

The country is celebrating Raksha Bandhan today. The festival, also referred to as Rakhi, is dedicated to the undying bond between a brother and a sister. On this day, as per tradition, sisters tie a sacred thread or knot called Rakhi around their brother’s wrist, which is symbolic of her love for him. Brothers bestow a gift in return.

In the modern era, Raksha Bandhan is not limited to just brothers and sisters, as women can also celebrate it with their sisters and likewise for men.

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Raksha Bandhan is a festival primarily celebrated in the north and north-western parts of the country as well as Indian diaspora overseas.

B-Town:

People on social media have been expressing their love and affection for their siblings. Bollywood celebrities have been wishing their own brothers or sisters as well as sharing how they are celebrating this sacred day.

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Kriti Sanon to sister Nupur

Sharing photos from her Rakhi celebration with sister Nupur Sanon, Kriti wrote, “May you always laugh like a kid! You are my forever favourite and I’ll always have your back! No matter what!”

Ekta Kapoor

Ekta Kapoor posted, “A good soul…! Simple, sweet & loving! I know you’re younger but I respect u for being the mature, sensible one! @tusshark89 #rakshabandhan.”

Riddhima Kapoor:

She wrote, “Happy Rakhi love you” to Ranbir Kapoor.

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Happy Rakhi love you ❤️

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Farah Khan:

Farah Khan’s kids posed for a click!

Neha Dhupia:

Shehnaaz Gill:

Kunal Kemmu

Many Others:

Amitabh Bachchan:

.. and tomorrow be the festival of protection and security for the sister by the brother .. a pledge to be by her side, to hold her hand in times of trouble , to safeguard her from all evil that may erupt about and to let her know that no matter what he shall ever be by her side ..

Raksha Bandhan : ‘raksha’ to protect ; ‘bandhan’ to tie to bond to hold together

Our ‘samaaj’ does possess centuries old traditions that make us all valuable .. in the essence of behavioural convictions .. such convictions that can never be betrayed or dissolved .. they are the crafted genius of writings on stone .. forever ..

Happy Raksha Bandhan!

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