Get a Silver Rakhi for your childhood enemy

Festivals are around the corner. By end of July, people in India are all set to plan their shopping with their credit cards in wallet, ready to spend. Among all the festivals is one which women are very excited about. This is the day when women get a gift from their childhood enemies, their brothers. Yes! Just two weeks to go to Raksha Bandhan.

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Raksha Bandhan, or simply Rakhi is a Hindu festival, celebrated in many parts of India and Nepal. Raksha Bandhan means “bond of protection”. The festival celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters. It is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister type of relationship between men and women who may or may not be biologically related. This symbolizes the sister’s care for her brother and ties a rakhi on his wrist and the brother gives her a token gift and a promise to protect her.

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Ahilya Jewels has a collection of Sterling silver rakhis with GaneshaSwastika and Rudraksha attached to the cord only to make the day memorable for your brother. Moreover, post Raksha Bandhan, the Ganesha rakhi can be used as a pendant and that makes it unique. So what are you waiting for??? Buy this special rakhi online today, for your cute childhood enemy!!!!

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For all the caring brothers, Ahilya Jewels has a lot for you to gift your little sisters. Necklacesearringsbangleskadaspendants and a lot more made out of sterling silver, only to bring a smile on her face. Log onto www.ahilyajewels.com to check our latest collection. Or if you get confused, send her a Gift Card from Ahilya!!!! What did you think of our idea of a Rakhi that can be reused as a Pendant?

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