The festival of Rakhi is just around the corner. Raksha Bandhan 2020 will be celebrated by Hindus across the world on August 3. The festival holds a special significance in the lives of brothers and sisters.
This year due to the coronavirus outbreak, siblings are having a hard time. Many will not be able to celebrate the festival together as they are stuck in other cities or states. However, social media can be efficiently used during these hard times. Raksha Bandhan can be celebrated virtually. In this episode, the microblogging platform Twitter has also urged its users to make a virtual promise this Raksha Bandhan.
On the occasion of Rakhi, we have curated several ways to make your Raksha Bandhan worth-remembering amid the coronavirus pandemic:
The pandemic has boosted the culture of face time. What would be the perfect way to celebrate the festival? Create a room and add all your siblings. Talk your heart out and shower your love for them.
Cook special dishes:
Festivals and delicious dishes go hand in hand, especially in India. Dishes and sweets complete the festival. This year, don’t worry about those extra calories. Cook and eat whatever and how much you want. This pandemic has been rough so far. Festivals can let you enjoy your share of happiness.
Decorate Rakhi Thali:
Send Rakhi and gifts to siblings:
This is the best way to surprise your siblings. Make them feel special. There innumerable of beautiful Rakhis you can order online. For gifts, you can order trending gadgets in affordable ranges like Saregama Caravan, Earbuds, to name a few.
Dressing up and clicking pictures have become the new culture when it comes to festivals. This Rakhi, ditch your western clothes and pull out your ethnicity. Seize the floor in your Chikankari or silk kurta.