Ethnic Outfits for Rakhi 2021

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Set of 3

Get On With Some Insta-Worthy Looks With Our Set Of 3 Collection. Comprising Of Kurta, Pants And A Complimenting Dupatta, The Set Is Apt From Festive To Formal Occasions. Order Them And Enhance Your Elegance Manifolds!

Set of 2

Done Mix-Matching The Clothes In Your Wardrobe? Check The Our Effortless Section Of Set Of 2. From Top-Pants To Kurta Palazzos, The Two Statement Piece As Part Of One Outfit Is Absolutely Voguish And Vivacious. Thinking? NO, Go Grab Them, Babe.

Artistically Handcrafted

Strengthen your precious bond of love with these dresses made of dulaar ke dhaagey.

SHOPPING IDEAS FOR HER

Ladies, pamper yourself this festive season with the softest colours and the finest of Mulmul. The easy-breezy suit sets feel so soft and delicate on your skin and can be reused after Raksha Bandhan at work and intimate celebrations. The pieces from this beautiful edition can be styled sustainably and, in many ways. After all, the post pandemic world calls for pieces that are light, breathable and can stay longer.


GIFT IDEAS FOR SISTERS

This Raksha Bandhan, shower loads of love on your sister with JOVI. The soothing colour palette and the soft fabric of this stunning collection is sure to take your sister's heart away. These pieces are charming, comfortable and most of all, reusable. Mulmul is the perfect pick for summers as it is body-friendly and very sophisticated. It'll let her be at ease and at top of her fashion game. Gift her this epitome of feminine elegance and be her favourite person.

Teal Blue STRAIGHT KURTA SET
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 Rakhi Festival

Rakhi festival:  In India, numerous festivals are celebrated around the year. Rakshabandhan or 'Rakhi' is significant. Though mostly celebrated in North India, Rakshabandhan is honoured throughout the country. Among many chronicles of it, the one related to Hindu mythology is considered the oldest. In Mahabharata, we comprehend an incident where Lord Krishna's wounded wrist is secured by Draupadi as she tears a piece from her clothing and ties it on his injury to stop the bleeding.

Here we perceive a deep sense of concern and care, an initiative for the security that a human provides for another. As 'Raksha' indicates protection, we get a clear knowledge of the significance of the ritual of tying a rakhi on a person's wrist. This gesture denotes that we express the same feeling of concern to secure that person; it implies how much we care for another human being, though he or she may not be related to us by blood or in a communal way.

Raksha Bandhan is also known as Rakhi Purnima, celebrated in Shravana month during full moon day or Purnima day. As per the Georgian calendar, it falls in the month of August every year. Read on to know the Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi 2021 date, timing, and how to celebrate.the day is celebrated all across the country, and also in Nepal. According to legends, the origin of the Raksha Bandhan can be traced back to the day Lord Krishna was flying a kite and cut his finger.

More than a ritual, Rakhi festival is celebrated to unite the different communities and cultures. Its purpose is to establish a universal brotherhood among people. The great Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore revived this ritual to justify the same reason. Read More

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