Rakhi Shopping



Before the arrival of Rakhi festival, marketplaces are filled with different colors and style of rakhis. One can select from an endless array of rakhi ranging right from special rakhis to the simplest styles. As sisters go to the market to shop for rakhi they get completely confused in the maze of these vibrant rakhis. The different styles of rakhi include fancy rakhis, zari rakhis, reshami rakhis, mouli, cartoon rakhis, divinity and many more.

Some golden shopping tips are discussed below that will help you to select the best rakhi for your dear brother. We have divided the choice of rakhis in different categories according to the age groups. This will help you to pick the best rakhi for your brother on this raksha bandhan. So, don't think much, just make this rakhi festival a memorable one with gifts, chocolates, sweets and rakhi threads that are carefully selected for you only.

Kid Brother Rakhis
For your kid brother, best option will be to go for kiddish rakhi threads. A kid brother will certainly love to wear a rakhi with cartoon characters such as jokers, pokemons, donald duck, shaktiman, micky mouse, tweety and other superheros. You can also buy musical rakhis for them. The Rakhis with toys like mobile handsets, cars, bikes and animals etc. attached to them are also favorite among children.

Young Brother Rakhis
This category deals with rakhi for brothers of the age group between 16-30. So, you will have numerous options to select one for your young brother. But this is a tough job. The rakhis you can select for brothers of this age group can range from traditional to fancy rakhis. You can also go in for stone Rakhis, gold-silver coated Rakhis and zari Rakhis. Rakhis with trendy looks like funky Rakhis, bracelet style Rakhis and wristwatch style Rakhis. Brothers of this age group prefer the latest designs that have hit the market this year.

Older Brother Rakhis
In this category consists of brothers above 35 years. Brothers of this age group generally like simple and sober rakhis. So if you have a brother of this age group, then don't go for rakhis that are heavily decorated. Shop for simple 'Dori', Mouli or the 'Ram Rakhis'. You can also go in for zari Rakhis, reshami rakhis, gold-silver coated Rakhis and Rakhis embedded with precious and semi-precious stones. Another choice of rakhi would be to go for religious rakhis with 'Om' sign, 'Swastika' sign and 'Shree' sign. You can also select rakhis carrying the image of Hindu Goddess and God. All these choices are very much liked by brothers in this age group.