Updated: Sep 21, 2022
Raksha Bandhan is an age-old Hindu festival that celebrates the love between siblings. The term translates to 'to protect like a bracelet' and the festival is celebrated in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. On this auspicious day, sisters tie a rakhi on their brother's wrist as a symbol of love and protection while brothers give their sisters gifts.
It is a day when the brother gives a token of his love to the sister in return for her unconditional love. Is a truly special day full of fun and joy, but what if you could make it even more memorable?
Gifting is an integral part of any relationship. An unexpected gift can be an ingenious adhesive that keeps a bond strong. Though giving gifts on special occasions like weddings, anniversaries, engagements, and birthday parties has become more of a trend, a special occasion should not be awaited to give gifts to your loved ones. Rather it's better to surprise them with some gift because this will make them extremely happy and more delightful.
When you receive a gift from someone who loves you on any special occasion or casually, the feeling is simply unexplainable and it clearly shows how much you mean to him/her.
Sun Sea Jewellers create exceptional pieces of jewelry so they become even more special as our collection symbolizes love and affection between two people in a relationship, the moment becomes awesome, leaving her amazed and happy. And, a sister is a forever friend of every brother, Isn’t it?
Yes, It's that time of year again! Raksha Bandhan, the festival of brothers and sisters, is just around the corner. And what better way to celebrate the special bond between brothers and sisters than with a gift of gold and diamond jewellery?
Sanjeev Garg started the Sun Sea Jewellers brand in 1984 and soon House of Garg become a part of the business & the members dedicated their passion to perfecting the designs & quality of the jewellery.
Visit our store or consult via video call about the special Rakshabandhan Collection & surprise your sister in this shubh festival.