Raksha Bandhan is the celebration of love between siblings. It is all about the promise to be there for each other and having each other’s back no matter what. But, in this day and age, where everyone is busy with their careers, it can become quite difficult for families to get together for festivals and celebrations.
Given below are some of the ways you can celebrate raksha bandhan with your sibling –
- Video call
Connect with your sibling over video call and you can feel nostalgic over old memories and mischief. You can go all out and dress up nicely to celebrate the whole festival together.
- Watch a movie
You and your siblings can watch your favorite movie or TV show together on applications like Netflix or House party. This is something everyone will enjoy and will help you in celebrating some quality time together.
- Make/Order their favorite food
You both can cook your favorite meal together over video call and have a whole meal together as a family. You can also surprise your sibling by ordering their favorite dish for them. Nothing is better than free food!
- Send them a gift
Surprise them by gifting them the thing they’ve been eyeing for days. They’ll love it and will cherish it with all their heart. You can also make something handmade for them- from greeting cards to a collage of your pictures. It’ll be so much special to them and they’ll make sure to care for it with all their might.
- Surprise them!
Nothing is better than physical presence. If you can try to visit them on this day. Their happiness will know bounds. It would be the best Raksha Bandhan gift you can give them and they will be ecstatic. Making time for your family is something you must do if you can because the smile on their face would be worth it.
Thus, celebrating Raksha Bandhan is more about your love for your sibling. Making time for them and reminding them of the love you have for them is the greatest gift you can give.
Sometimes distance brings us closer, and it can do the same for you both if you make an effort and do something thoughtful for your brother/sister.