which is known as the bond of protection by a brother for his sister is an auspicious occasion.
As this festival celebrates the beautiful
relationship of brother and sister, it also has a beautiful meaning behind it - a promise that a
brother gives to his loving sister that he will be there with her in
come what may be the situation, and he will always protect her.
Originally it was the festival celebrated by the Hindus, Jain and Sikhs only.But
gone are the days when only Hindus celebrated this festival. Along with
Hindus the other religion people also celebrate this festival.
the same we have some Muslim television celebs who shared with
TellyBuzz on how they celebrate Rakshabandhan and why is it their
Here is what they said...
Faisal Khan seen playing the role of Maharana Pratap in the show Bharat Ka Veer Putra Maharana Pratap on Sony TV.
three sisters and I always celebrate Rakshabandhan with them, this
time I am busy shooting but I will still try my best to be with them.
Every year I give them small gifts but this time their expectations are
higher than before, so I am ready to empty my pockets, it is a proud
feeling to spend money on my sisters."
though being a Muslim I celebrate all the festivals. I belong from
Dhanbad and the place where I used to stay had mostly Hindus, so that is
how we celebrate all the festivals. I have a real sister who ties me Rakhi every year, but from the time that I have shifted to Mumbai, she
sends me a rakhi here and I tie it to my wrist and give her gifts when I
visit our home. I have a Rakhi sister in Mumbai too. Without fail she comes
on Rakhshabandhan and ties me a Rakhi. This festival should be celebrated
all over I feel, as it celebrates the bond between the most beautiful relationship between brother and sister."
are 3 sisters and we have no brothers hence we tie Rakhi to each other
and give gifts to each other. As a child we did not celebrate this
festival as we were Muslims and we stayed in a Muslim area too where we
did not see this festival celebrated. But when we grew and came to know
about this festival and the purpose behind it, we too started
celebrating it. My mother finds the festival one of the best festival
celebrated in India and we sisters too think the same. I wish all the
brothers and sisters a very Happy Rakshabandhan!"
TellyBuzz wishes its viewers a very Happy Rakshabandhan!
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