Raksha Bhandhan is one of the most loved festivals across India, celebrating the bitter-sweet relationship between a brother and his sister. Like any other Indian festival, a hearty get-together and a mélange of good food are also an essential part of Rakhi. On this holy occasion, sisters apply a tilak on their brother’s forehead, and tie a beautiful thread (Rakhi) around their wrist, and finally conclude the ritual by offering him delicious sweets. The brother in return vows to protect her against all adversities in life, and showers her with blessings and plenty of gifts. Later in the day, extended family and cousins go to each other’s houses and proceed with the celebrations.
A celebration as auspicious like this calls for an absolutely sumptuous feast. This time around make the festivities memorable for the relatives and guests coming over to your place. Here’s a fully-planned menu with delicious recipes to avoid all the fuss of putting together a great show!
For drinks, try this refreshing Sprite Mojito Mocktail
No occasion can be wrapped up without some mouth watering dessert.
With this delicious recipes and my fantastic selection of menu, you can be the star of your Rakhi festivities and don’t have to worry about a thing.
Happy Raksha Bandhan everybody!