Wednesday, 17 August 2016

हिंदीRaksha Bandhan 2016 Messages Assamese Bengali Gujarati Nepali SMS Wishes Images

Raksha Bandhan हिंदी SMS Wishes for Sister Brother: Hey friends !! wishing you all a very happy raksha bandhan.guys if you all are searching for raksha bandhan assamese bengali gujrati nepali sms wishes images 2016 so you can dow3nload it from here from our post ,providing you many different varieties of images of rakhi in different languages.Raksha Bandhan is an ancient festival, and has many myths and historic legends linked to it.Raksha Bandhan Messages For Sister
For example, the Rajput queens practised the custom of sending rakhi threads to neighbouring rulers as token of brotherhood. On Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie a rakhi (sacred thread) on her brother’s wrist. This symbolizes the sister’s love and prayers for her brother’s well-being, and the brother’s lifelong vow to protect her.] The festival falls on the full moon day (Shravan Poornima) of the Shravan month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar.Download images here from the site and get the complete details.Images ,download wallpapers greetings in different languages with best wishes.

Raksha Bandhan Gujarati Sms Wishes 2016

Raksha Bandhan Gujarati Sms :Download rakhi images in different various languages in Assamese bengali Nepali sms wishes on  this very festive occasion you can send it to your friends ,relatives, cousins.Once the Rakhi has been tied, the sister says a prayer for the well being – good health, prosperity and happiness – for her brother. This ritual sometimes involves an aarti, where a tray with lighted lamp or candle is ritually rotated around the brother’s face, along with the prayer and well wishes.
The prayer is a self composed note, or one of many published Rakhi poems and prose. One of the earliest examples of a Rakhi prayer is found in Book V, Chapter V of Vishnu Purana; it is the prayer that Yasoda says while tying a Raksha Bandhan amulet on Krishna’s wrist.

Raksha Bandhan Bengali Messages Wishes 2016

An abridged form of the prayer is:
May the lord of all beings protect you,
May the one who creates, preserves and dissolves life protect thee,
May Govinda guard thy head; Kesava, thy neck; Vishnu, thy belly;
the eternal Narayana, thy face, thine arms, thy mind, and faculties of sense;
May all negativity and fears, spirits malignant and unfriendly, flee thee;
May Rishikesa keep you safe in the sky; and Mahidhara, upon earth.

You’ll always b mah brother, D one who’d make all my troubles go away.
Happy Raksha Bandhan to My Loving Brother
A sister is someone who knows uh as uh are, and still luvs you.
Happy Rakha Bandhan in advance.
Power that’s one thing, but love of family & 
of siblings is more important, is more powerful than any other power.
Happy Raksha Bandhan & may d power of our luv never fade away.
Rakhi i$ ju$t an excu$e
4 me 2 expre$$ my$elf:
u mean the world 2 me.
Happy Rak$ha B&han 2
My $weet $i$ter
ur love make$ me feel proud.
& on thi$ day I want 2 $hout it out loud.
Happy Rak$ha B&han my brother/$i$ter.

Raksha Bandhan Guarati Nepali Images 2016

Raksha Bandhan Guarati Nepali Images : Download best images of raksha bandhan in many varius different languages .This festive occasion is one of the precious festival in our indian culture.The brother gives his sister(s) gifts such as cards, clothes, money or something thoughtful. The brother may also feed his sister, with his hands, one or more bites of sweets, dry fruits and other seasonal delicacies.
Raksha Bandhan Assamese Bengali Guarati Nepali SMS  Images

Raksha Bandhan Assamese Bengali Guarati Nepali SMS  Images

Raksha Bandhan Assamese Bengali Guarati Nepali SMS  Images

Raksha Bandhan Assamese Bengali Guarati Nepali SMS  Images

Raksha Bandhan Assamese Bengali Guarati Nepali SMS  Images

Raksha Bandhan Assamese Bengali Guarati Nepali SMS  Images

Rakhi 2016 Gujarati Sms | Raksha Bandhan 2016 Messages

They hug, and the larger family ritually congratulate the festive celebration of brother-sister love and protection.The brother(s) wear the Rakhi for the entire day, at school or work, as a reminder of their sister(s) and to mark the festival of Raksha Bandhan.if you like this article so you can share with your social media site like Facebook Whatsapp Gmail Hike and many others site.


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