How to Make Rakhi at Home
Raksha Bandhan is one of the most celebrated festival in Hindus. It's an excellent festival of harmony and rakhi is an indication of the care and love shared amongst siblings and sisters. Rakhi is not just a string, in any case, it's an extraordinary bond that is shared between kin.
Prior the pattern of rakhi was constrained to tying a string around the sibling's wrist, in any case, now that trend has changed. You can discover varities of designer and fancy rakhis accessible in the market that attract the heart of all women. Imagine a scenario where you make a rakhi all alone. A handcrafted rakhi planned by you would be a unique gift to your sweet brother. Would you like to figure out how to make rakhi at home? On the off chance that yes then here are some great ideas to make a rakhi all alone and it would include an individual touch and passionate feeling to it. Here is a method for making rakhi for brother :
- Cotton and needle thread
- Toothbrush with hard bristles
- Bunch of silkly colorful threads
- stones, pearls, Beads, zari and sitaras
First of all take various colors of silk strings if you want to make colrful rakhis. Keep the length between 20-30 inches. Golden thread can also be used if needed. Fold the sting bunch to half. Tie a knot onto the one-fourth portion of the silk string bunch using a thread. The one-fourth part would be made into a rakhi and the other three-fourth would be kept as a string to be tied around the wrist of your brother. The head of the silk strings ought not be kept in circles. Once the strings the free of circles, take the toothbrush keeping in mind the end goal to rub hard onto the strings and from that point, by holding tight onto the bunch brush them with solid strokes. The silk strings turn delicate and soft with rehashed strokes.
Split the more extended bit of the string into two parts and begin plating them in the most fancied way. Tie a bunch toward the end and brush the finishes once more. Along these lines your string is finished. Start designing the upper part with stones, pearls, sitaras, religious themes and so on. Take the glue and stick them. Homemade rakhi is ready to tie on your brother's wrist.