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Rakhi Making Business – High-Profit Return with Least Investment by Swapnil Saundarya

Rakhi is a holy thread that is tied on the brother’s wrist by his sister on the day of ‘Raksha Bandan’. Raksha Bandan is an auspicious occasion that symbolizes the unconditional love between a brother and a sister. The holy thread signifies a bond of protection between the two. On this day, the sisters pray for the long life of their brothers and for protecting them from all the evil forces. On the other hand, the brothers vow to protect their sisters throughout their life. 
The festival is celebrated across the country though it is greatly observed in the northern part of India. It is observed on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravan. 
There is no hard-and-fast rule that the rakhi can be celebrated only by those people who are brothers and sisters out of blood relation. Rakhi can be tied to a neighbor, a colleague, or a classmate. 

Rakhis are available in many designs ranging from the simple ones to the designer rakhis. Ideally, they are made of silk with gold and silver threa…