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Happy Rakshabandhan 2020 Brothers And Sisters Festival

Rakshabandhan is the festival of all religions during this festival celebrated all over India. This festival is celebrated for home sisters ties rakhi to brother and feeds him sweets: and the brother protects him. This is a very big festival in India, people of every society celebrate it. It is celebrated with great pomp: Many different sweet items are made in this festival. This book is the festival of sister’s love, in which brother protects his sister and gives gifts to his sister on Raksha Bandhan.

Rakshabandhan festival is a very precious festival for the Indian peoples. Nowadays foreigners are celebrating this festival copy for the Indian peoples. But the people of India are happy that the forgers are also celebrating it. Due to this festival, everyone also meets their siblings. By talking to each other, talking to each other, the mind becomes good. It is a very good thing that after seeing the festival of our country, people all over celebrate it, it is good and feels good. This festival is very important: for every Religion in India, especially for Hindus.

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Very good festival It fosters the love of a sister. Celebrating it is the best festival in India. It should protect the sheep in Raksha Bandhan. In this festival, Bhahen worships his brother and Bhai protects him. The meaning of this festival is to protect your brother from his sister. And the people who live in good houses also give a lot of money to their sister and protect her. This festival is being celebrated for very old times. And even today all the people of India are celebrating this festival in the same way.

There are lots of dishes made in these festivals. A lot of people come and celebrate it very much at home. The name of this festival is Raksha Bandhan. Brother wishes to give every happiness to his sister in the name of this festival. The best thing is that even today people are celebrating this festival. And like this, everyone should stay together and celebrate the festival by staying in the sixties. And respect people older than you.

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