Rudraksha Rakhi with Designer puja plate, haldi kumkum container, kuber diya and hand bell for special occasion of siblings. This puja plate is used for keeping puja items during Rakhi puja. This ritual involves an aarti, where the lighted lamp is ritually rotated around the brother's face, along with the prayer and well wishes. After the prayer, the sister applies a tilak, a colorful mark on the forehead of the brother. After the tilak, the brother pledges to protect her and take care of his sister under all circumstances. The sister then feeds the brother, with her hands, one or more bites of sweets (desserts), dry fruits and other seasonal delicacies.
Raksha Bandhan in Sanskrit literally means "the tie or knot of protection". It is an ancient festival that ritually celebrates the love and duty between brothers and their sisters. Goddess MahaLakshmi tied a rakhi onto the wrist of the King Bali from hell thus making him Her brother and liberated Lord Narayan. On this day frequencies of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Saraswati reach the earth in greater quantities and both the siblings benefit from the custom to a greater extent. The Bhavishya Puran states that Raksha Bandhan was basically meant for kings. A new custom of tying rakhis began from the historical ages. The sister is supposed to tie the rakhi to the brother's wrist. The feeling behind this is that the brother should become prosperous and he should protect the sister.
Contents of Rakhi Thali:
Akshat rice grains (5 grams)
Kuber Diya in brass: 2.25 inches (H) x 2.5 inches (W)
Kumkum container: 1.25 inches (H) x 1.5 inches (W)
hand ghanti: 5 inches (H)
Dimensions of thali: 6 inches
Weight: 300 grams
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This puja plate is used for keeping puja items during Rakhi puja. This ritual involves an aarti, where the lighted lamp is ritually rotated around the brother's face, along with the prayer and well wishes.