A protection band which contains essential oil extracted from lemongrass, mint and other plants.
Its fresh smell effectively keeps the mosquitoes away from kids . A band with a purpose as how we call it.
Raksha Bandhan is the day of love and protection. Celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Shravan according to the Hindu Lunar calendar, this day is mainly celebrated between siblings to bestow their love and affection for each other. Sisters tie Rakhi to her brother and pray to god for his well being, and the brother pledges to protect her from the evil. People also tie rakhi to their friends and other close ones to spread love and care to them.
There are many famous stories in the Indian history that mention about this festival, each with a similar morals but different contexts. Some renowned stories are:
Krishna and Draupadi
Rani Karnavati and Emperor Humayun
Yama and the Yamuna
The Birth of Santoshi Maa
Roxana and King Porus
Goddess Laxmi and King Bali
Just as Hinduism has different stories in the Puranas about celebrating the festival of Raksha Bandhan, there is a distinct belief in Celebrating the Raksha Bandhan in Jainism. Regarded as the feast of defence bondage, the narrative is based on the protection of 700 munis by a muni. This story itself is the basis of the festival of Rakhi.
Our Rakhis our selected with utmost love and care to stay with you for ever as a dear posession.
Keep your Rakhis separately so the threads don’t get entangled.
To avoid your Rakhi from accumulating dust, keep it in a closed box until it is ready to be tied.
Avoid the use of perfumes on stone and Kundan Rakhis.
Keep the kundan Rakhis packed in the foam padding provided to avoid oxidization.
When using it as an accessorie - preservethe pieces in velvet or suede cloth to maintain the shine and look.
Use your Rakhis as fashion accessorie (maang tikka, earings, hath phool) or even dressup using them as a show stopper of your newly designed dress.
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5. Are duties included in the total price of my order?
For orders within India - Rakhis are exempted from GST. As for international orders, product prices do not include VAT. This means that taxes/duties may have to be paid upon arrival of your order in your country. Unfortunately this is not under control of Wax Colors and strictly a local governmental issue . If you want to know the exact amount of additional charges, please check with your local customs agency.
For the US, orders valued at less than $800 are not subject to duties.