Rakshabandhan has become the cynosure of brotherhood, is celebrated around the world, with the rays of love and affection blooming in it. Rakhi festival is not only a ceremony of tying rakhi( राखी ) but it has moreover transited into the trust and love which a girl ties on her brothers wrist and hope that this hand will always hold her in every ups and downs of life.
As per the Hindu calendar rakhi festival falls on the shravan purnima(full moon day), which corresponds to the month of July August as per the English calendar. The day is being celebrated as per the Indian calendar, which changes every year, hence the festival also falls on the different dates of the English calendar. So all brothers be ready to stand on the threshold of festive moments and see your sister beaming with joy when you surprise her with amazing gifts.
In Mumbai, rakhi festival is called Nariyal purnima or coconut full moon and keralean people called the occasion as the avani avittam. Every region has their own names and ways for enjoying the occasion but the real spirit of the day enliven in every part, which swabs the true color in the mirage of the India.