Online Rakhi Gifts are in style this season, but such variety of products often leaves one confused. Don't worry as we are here to help you out.

Online Rakhi Gifts

Rakhi is a festival meant for replenishing the bonds of love between brothers and sisters. It's a very special relationship which holds in itself a number of hues and colours of human emotions: love, and anger, petty quarrels and many other such emotions. The thread of Rakhi, tied to a brother's wrist, forms the core of the festival and holds in itself a number of meanings. It symbolizes a sister's prayer for a brother's well being, along with a promise of the brother to protect his sister in all odds. But in modern fast paced life, it has become difficult for everyone to come together on this day and instead, they send gifts to each other as a remembrance of the bond. What with the world now connected via internet, even gifting has become much easier. There are a number of sites which make this possible. But to shop (online) for a gift is a tricky job. Hence, we are helping you to choose a few readily available gifts from the whole lot.

Online Raksha Bandhan Gifts

For Brothers

Gift Hamper
This is an ideal gift for a brother who won't be able to visit you this Rakhi. This assorted collection contains a traditional Rakhi, with kumkum, rice, traditional sweets, dry fruits and flowers. This whole assortment is collected keeping in mind the customs and traditions of Rakhi. This way, he will still be able to get the Rakhi along with the treasured memories.

Designer Rakhi
Nowadays a variety of rakhis are available in the market which look beautiful and are quite different from the traditional rakhi threads. These rakhis contains all kinds of embellishments such as chimes, trinkets and beads. You can also send along a packet of roli and rice for a full traditional experience.

Cookies and Chocolates
If you know your brother as a chieftain of the gluttons, then gift him with this feasting surprise this Rakhi. You can put in a number of assorted varieties of cookies that he likes, along with a variety of chocolates. This will surely cheer him up and will do exceptionally well to gratify his taste buds.

Silver or Gold Rakhi
This is the latest tradition nowadays. As long you are tying a gold or silver rakhi on your brother's wrist, you need not bother about the further gifts. The metals gold and silver are themselves considered auspicious. The rakhi speaks for itself! Your brother will surely safeguard it and will cherish the memories of it for life.

For Sisters

Traditional Dresses
Rakhi is a traditional festival and hence it will be best to gift your sister with a traditional dress. Markets are always full and flooded with beautiful traditional dresses, especially saris and designer suits, before and after the festival. Your sister will be delighted to wear the dress you will gift her. But keep in mind not to force her if she doesn't have a taste for traditional dresses.

As talked about earlier, gold and silver are the metals which are considered auspicious in Indian tradition. Hence, jewellery wrought out of these metals will surely bring smile on the face of your sister. The smile will be partly because girls are fond of jewellery. However, if she likes pearls and diamonds better than gold and silver then gift her accordingly.

Soft Toys
Soft toys are every girls dream gift, and on Rakhi, they're probably going to hug them tighter thinking of you. So, surprise her by gifting her with her favourite soft toy. With many popular characters available too, in different sizes, make a choice shouldn't be that much of a task. And these cuddly creatures are so adorable that they are guaranteed to bring the little kid out of your sister.

Sweets & Chocolates
There's not a chance on earth that your sister is going to say no to a lovingly sent box of sweets, traditional Indian or others like chocolates. If there are any preferences on her part that you know about then consort together a hamper full of her favourite. If not then just send forth the chocolates and make the day of Rakhi extra sweet for her.