Welcome to Stuffs4Geek
Your Ultimate Destination to Free and Full Softwares, Movies and Games. Just Everything for Free. And above all that its a Tech Blog. Useful Tutorials, Tips, Tricks and Hacks.

Aug 24, 2010

Raksha Bandhan (History, SMS, Wallpapers, Greetings and Collection of Rakhi)


Rakhi (Raksha Bandhan) is one of the most popular festivals of India, which is globally celebrated with immense faith and enthusiasm. This day is also known as Raksha Bandhan and celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana in India. It is celebrated by all Hindus and Hindu society across India. This festival is essentially celebrated between brothers and sisters. 'Raksha Bandhan' or 'Rakhi' is a very special day for brothers and sisters, when the sister celebrates her emotional bonding by tying a holy thread around the wrist of her brother. On this day, sisters decorate Rakhi Thali with sweets, dhoop, roli, betel leaves and Rakhis and tie the sacred thread on the wrist of their brothers as a symbol of love and affection. Brothers' bless their sister and present them gifts. In rest of India. Here you can see the latest Free 2010 Rakhi Wallpapers, Rakhi Festival Photos, adn Beautiful Rakhi Pictures.


 History and Significance of Raksha Bandhan
Raksha Bandhan is a term from the Hindi language which means a relationship or an association based on protection. This is a festival which has a long standing Indian heritage. More commonly known as Rakhi, this Indian festival signifies the sacred bond of love between a brother and sister.

The Changing Face of Raksha Bandhan
Rakhi, though considered by some as having a religious origin. But, there have been many occasions in history that have emphasized the relationship between a brother and a sister more than the religious side of it. Gradually, over the centuries and over time Rakhi has lost its original outlook that made everyone associate it with the Hindu religion.

Origin of Raksha Bandhan
As with other Indian festivals, Rakhi also follows the festival calender that is completely based on the weather changes and their significance in the lives of people. Rakhi has a rich Indian mythological base. Many historically significant epics are related to the origin and the subsequent development of Raksha Bandhan. The festival also finds a mention in most of the epics and its origin can be traced to as far back as the Pouranik times.

Legendary Stories of Raksha Bandhan
  • Alexander The Great and King Puru
    Alexander, the great (as he was called) was on a mission to conquer the world. On his crusade through the Indian subcontinent somewhere around 300 B.C., King Alexander of Macedonia was shaken by the fury of the Indian king, Puru. It was then that Alexander's wife, approached King Puru as a sister. On Alexander's next attempt, King Puru, as a tribute to the sacred bond of Rakhi, did not oppose King Alexander and let him have his way.

  • Rani Karnawati and Emperor Humayun
    One of the most popular tales that come to our minds when we think of Rakhi is that of Rani Karnawati and Emperor Humayun. This dates back to the medieval era when Rajputs were fighting Muslim invasions. When Rani Karnawati, the widowed queen of the king of Chittor realised that she could not defend the invasion by the Sultan of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah, she sent a Rakhi to Emperor Humayun. The Emperor, touched by this gesture of sisterly love immediately set off with his troops to defend Chittor's honour.

  • Lord Krishna and Draupadi
    Legend goes that during the war that Krishna fought and won against the evil King sari wherein he killed sari, Krishna was hurt and and his hand was bleeding. Seeing this, Draupadi tore a strip of cloth from her sari and tied it around his wrist. Lord Krishna, seeing her affections and realising her concerns about him, declared himself bounded by her sisterly love. He also promised that he will be at her side whenever she needed a brother. Many years later, when Pandavas lost Draupadi in a game of dice and Kauravas were removing her sari, Krishna helped her. He did so by continuously adding to the length of her sari and thereby saved her from a public disgrace.

  • King Bali and Goddess Lakshmi
    Mahabali, the demon king was also a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. It was thus that Lord Vishnu, left Vaikuntham, his dwelling to protect Bali's kingdom. But, Goddess Lakshmi (Lord Vishnu's wife) became sad because of the Lord having left her alone. So, she went to Bali as a Brahmin woman and took refuge as in the King's palace. On Shravana Purnima, she tied a Rakhi on King Bali's wrist. She then revealed her true identity and told the King of her real reason for coming. The king was touched by Her and Lord Vishnu's good will and affection towards him and his family. Following which Bali requested Lord Vishnu to accompany her to Vaikuntham. It was thus that the festival of Rakhi also came to be known as Baleva (as a reference to Bali's devotion to Lord Vishnu).


Rakhi SMS

    In today's hi-tech world, wishing your dear ones by sending SMS has become a tradition. Whether its diwali, holi or christmas, the day before festival mobile phone networks get jammed. So, if you also want to wish your sibling with same way on Raksha Bandhan then instead of forwarding other messages or last years SMS, just look on the following Raksha Bandhan SMS's collection, which are suitable for your brothers and also for so called 'don't likable brothers'.



    Rakhi SMS for Brothers


    • “Brothers are like streetlights along the road, they don't make distance any shorter but they light up the path and make the walk worthwhile.”

    • “You were always my best friend, looking out for me, making sure the path I traveled on was smooth. Even if I searched the world over, there cannot be a better brother than you. Wishing You Life's Best Always.”

    • “We were always close, looking out for each other even when life led us along different paths... Like an invisible thread, our love binds us together, making sure we'll remember where we came from and what we mean to each other. Wishing you a joyous Raksha Bandhan, Dear Brother.”

    • “The loving occasion of Raksha Bandhan is the best time Brother, to reminisce fondly the wonderful moment we have spent together, sharing each other’s joys and sorrows… Thanks for spreading smiles everywhere and making life so beautiful, meaningful and Happy… My Dear Brother .”

    • “You never say no, you never say thats impossible and you never say you can't. That's my bro, a superman who make things possible and who make paths smoother. I love you Bro.”

    • “You are the person who holds me in my bad times, you are the person who dances with me in my happiness. I can't recall even a single day when you were absent from my life. I really love you.”

    • Kaamyabi tumhare kadam chume,
      Khushiyan tumhare charo aur ho,
      Par bhagwan se itni prarthana karne ke liye,
      tum mujhe kuch to commission do!
      To my extremely lovable (but kanjoos) brother…
      Just kidding as always.
      “Happy Raksha Bandhan.”

    Rakhi SMS for Sisters

    • "Sisters is probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship."

    • “Sister is someone who is caring and sharing. Sister can understand things you never said. She can understand pain which is not visible to anyone. I love my sister.”

    • “It leaves a smile on my face when I think of those trifling fights we had and suddenly used to make up. The memories may fade away with passing time but the love we share will only grow. Happy Raksha Bandhan, Dear Sister.”

    • “God sent in my life a beautiful Angel in your guise, Sister. In good times or bad ones, you're ready to extend your help and support. Thanks for all you do.”

    • “Sister is someone who is caring and sharing. Sister can understand things you never said. She can understand pain which is not visible to anyone. I love my sister.”

    Humorous Rakhi SMS

    • “Hey didi you are the best. Do you know why? Because Iam your brother.”

    • “Har ladki ko aapka inteezar hai
      Har ladki aapke liye bekaraar hai
      Har ladki ko aapki aarjoo hai
      Yeh aapka koi kamaal nahi
      Kuch din baad 'Rakhi' ka tyohar hai!”

    • “Bhagwan kare tujhe bahut pyaar mile
      sabhi ladkiyan tujhe baandhe rakhi
      tujhe jeevan bhar ka unka saath mile.
      Happy Raksha Bandhan.”

    • "I am eagerly waiting for the Raksha Bandhan day. Guess, why? My brother has promised me the i-pod."

    • “Rakhi Ko Tyonhar Tha
      Rakhi Bandhane Ko Bhai Taiyar Tha
      Bhai Bola bahna meri ab to rakhi bandh do,
      Bahna Boli, Kalai Peechhe karo, Pahale Rupae Hazaar do.”

    • “Kya Bataoo Yaaro
      Meri Kismat Ki Kahani
      Kuch Is tarah Likhi Gai
      Jin Hatho Se Gulab Dena Chahta Tha
      Unhi hatho me vo Rakhi Bandhkar Chali Gai.”

    • “Aati Thi Jaathi Thi
      Hansti Thi, hansati thi
      Bhagati Thi, Bhagaati Thi
      Bolti Thi, Bulwati Thi
      Per aaj pata chala ki
      vah mujhe rakhi bandhana chahati thi.”

    • “Usaka Husn gaya kaleja cheer
      Nayano Se barbas Chhuta ek teer
      vo Muskrai, Nazdeeq aai
      Boli, Rakhi Bandhwale mere veer.”

    Rakhi SMS for Teenager Brothers & Sisters

    • “Hey my sweet little pie, your cute smile makes my day, your small little hands take me out from all dangers of life. You are little angel of my life. I love you. Your's elder sister/brother.”

    • “My cute angel from today's onwards I promise you I'll never scold you when you'll tear my books, messed up my clothes. You are really a ray of happiness in my life.”
    Rakhi Songs SMS

    • “Phoolon Ka Taaron Ka Sabka Kehna Hai
      Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai
      Sari Umar Hame Sang Rehna Hai.”

    • “Jhula Bahon Ka Aaj Bhi Do Na Mujhe
      Jhula Bahon Ka Aaj Bhi Do Na Mujhe
      Bhaiyaa Goud Mein Uthao Na Aaj Mujhe
      Kad Se Hoon Badi Mann Se Chhoti Main
      Aaj Bhi Maan Lo Na Zid Meri.”

    • “Behna ne bhaai ki kalaai se pyaar baandha hai
      pyaar ke do taar se, sansaar baandha hai
      resham ki dori se -2
      resham ki dori se sansaar baandha hai) -2.”

    • “Mere Bhaiya Mere Chanda
      Mere Anamol Ratan
      Tere Badale Main Zamaane Ki
      Koi Cheez Na Lu) -2.”

    Rakhi witty SMS

    • “Yes I love you. You are so cute, smart. My mother also likes you very much. My father is ready to take up our relationship seriously. So please don't say no to my proposal. Accept me as your dearest, loveliest younger sister. Happy Raksha Bandhan Bhaiya.”

    • “Raksha Bandhan... time for me to realize each year that what a BIG MISTAKE I made asking God for a little sister like you.”

    • “Har ilzam ka haqdar vo hame bana jati hai, har khata ki saza vo hume bata jaati hai, hum har baar khamosh rah jate hai, kyonki who har baar Raksha Bandhan ka darr dikha jaati hai.”


    RAKHI COLLECTION
        Here you can also see latest collection of designer rakhi, fancy rakhis, dori rakhi, crystal rakhi, rudraksh rakhi, raksh bandhan rakhi, beautiful rakhi.







    RAKHI GREETINGS
           Send our warm and bright Rakhi Greetings, Raksha Bandhan Cards, Rakhi eCards and Raksha Bandhan Greeting Cards to your brother and sister.




    3 Geek Comments:

    Sunita Saini said...

    Hey beautiful collection of rakhi and raksha bandhan card I like it very much.

    sr devraj said...

    wah!! mesmerizing site... awesome quotes.. Be a best blogger admin... hanuman chalisa for all

    Vijay Sinha said...


    Amazing!!! I liked this blog sooo much it's really awesome I liked your creativity your way.I have also gone through your other posts too and they are also very much appreciate able and I have got some sweet comments for them also now I'm just waiting for your next update to come as I like all your other posts... well I have also made a video of my art hope you go through it on my channel your feedback is important subscrib if you like.holi , happy holi

    Post a Comment

    Please Dont SPAM or post any LINKS.

    Related Posts with Thumbnails