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Making Rakhi

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Raksha bandhan is a festival of togetherness and rakhi thread the symbol of love shared by siblings. Rakhi is simply not a thread, it is a bond of love shared between a brother and sister. Every year as a sister ties a rakhi on the wrist of her brother, she wishes him a world of happiness and delight.

There are many varieties of rakhi available in the market as the festival of Raksha Bandhan comes closer. But a rakhi that is made by one is the special reflection of togetherness shared between a brother and a sister.

So here are some wonderful ideas to help you make a rakhi at home. With just a few basic ingredients you can make a wonderful rakhi for your brother and express your deepest feelings on this rakhi.

Multi Colored Rakhi
Materials required:
Take a few multi-colored silk threads. Red and yellow are considered auspicious colors for the festival of raksha bandhan. You can also add a strand or two of golden thread. The threads should be around 30" long. Fold the length of the thread bunch to half. Tie a tight knot at one fourth of the length using the cotton thread. Cut the loops of the folded thread and feather out the open ends with a hard brush.

Divide the longer part of the thread into two halves and plat them in desired way. Tie the ends with the cotton thread and fluff the open ends. These two strands will be used for the tying.

Now decorate the upper part with glitter, beads or floral patterns. If you are using multicolored threads arranged in some specific way, cut them short to a suitable length not more than ½".

Kalava Rakhi
Now days the rakhi thread that is very much in fashion are rakhis made of kalava or moli. These types of rakhis are suitable for those who wish to keep the rakhi tied for a longer time. For making this type of a rakhi you would require the following things.

Materials required

Take a 50" long thread and fold it in the middle. Plat the thread in the desired manner. Tie the cotton thread leaving some space at the ends. Remove all the loops from the ends. Stick the religious symbol or rudraksh in the middle and decorate the rest of the rakhi with beads. You can stick them or even stitch them on the braided thread.

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