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Rakhi is one of the most amazing of Indian festivals which celebrates the bond between sisters and brothers. It is a very unique festival similarity of which is not found anywhere in the world. This festival usually comes in the Monsoon season mostly in August. It is celebrated across India and goes beyond the boundaries of rich and poor, castes, regions, beliefs etc. Rakhi today comes in lot of modern and traditional designs. Rakhi needs a basic thread along with unique motifs, sequins, pearls, beads etc which are put on the thread which is either silk thread or cotton thread. The thread is the symbol of bond between sister and brother whereby sister ties Rakhi on brothers wrist and brother vows to protect sister lifelong. The brother and sister also exchange sweets and gifts with each ot