Happy Raksha Bandhan 2015 Tamil Gujarati Marathi Sms Shayari Wishes Pics Facebook Whatsapp status

Raksha Bandhan is the festival of brother and sister that s celebrated every year in India with great zeal and vigour. This year, Raksha Bandhan is to be celebrated on 29 August 2015.Raksha Bandhan is an ancient Indian festival when the Rajputs queens used to send the sacred thread of Rakhi to the loved brother. The custom of sending and tying Rakhi meanwhile become the national festival of India.

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The festival is for brotherhood, love and affection. Markets nowadays flood with varieties of Rakhis and sweets. Brother too shops for the days to gift to his sister. On this auspicious day we have collected some of the best and latest happy Raksha Bandhan quotes and wishes Sms and Images that brothers and sister can send to the loved brother and sister via Facebook, Whatsapp and twitter etc.

Here are some Facebook and Whatsapp Status on Happy Raksha Bandhan 2015:

Holi is colourful,
Diwali is lightful and brightful,
Rakhi has made our relationship POWERFUL

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Your love makes me feel proud
And on this day I want to shout it out loud
Happy Raksha Bandhan



Kaamyabi Tumhare Kadam Chume, Khushiyan Tumhare Charo Aur Ho, Par Bhagwan Se Itni Prarthana Karne Ke Liye, Tum Mujhe Kuch To Commission Do! To My Extremely Lovable (but Kanjoos) Brother Just Kidding As Always.

Happy Raksha Bandhan poem in Hindi Marathi Gujarati Bangla


If I can choose my bro in next life, it will be u (if u gift me Mercedes Benz tomorrow) Love u always Happy Raksha Bandhan.

Phoolon Ka Taaron Ka Sabka Kehna Hai Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai Sari Umar Hame Sang Rehna Hai

Shayari on Raksha Bandhan 2015 

Rakhi it’s not a thread
its a bond of protection


Unbreakable it’s a bond of faith!
Unbeaten it’s a sense of delight!
It’s not only the band it’s a wrap
Of security with infinite care for!
Happy Raksha Bandhan




Raksha Bandhan in Sanskrit literally means “the tie or knot of protection”. It is an ancient Hindu festival that ritually celebrates the love and duty between brothers and their sisters. The sister performs a Rakhi ceremony, then prays to express her love and her wish for the wellbeing of her brother; in return, the brother ritually pledges to protect and take care of his sister under all circumstances. It is one of the several occasions in which family ties are affirmed in India.


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