Here’s how you can Celebrate Rakhi with your NRI Cousins

Here's how you can Celebrate Rakhi with your NRI Cousins

It’s Raksha Bandhan on 22nd August, and distance can never stop all siblings from celebrating this gleeful festival. It doesn’t matter that your siblings live abroad as distance gives everyone a reason to love harder. If you are all set to enliven the festive vibes, then here’s how you can celebrate Rakhi with your NRI cousins. Take a quick sneak peek!

Surprise them with Gifts & Rakhi

Get ready to make your NRI cousins jump with joy. How? You can now send impressive gifts and beautiful rakhi to the USA, Australia and all across the world. You can make the day special for them by ordering a traditional thali, gorgeous rakhis, an extravagant gift hamper, delicious sweets and more. You can get on a video call and perform all the rituals.

Plan a Game Night

Our childhood was all about playing games and relishing mouth-watering snacks with our cousins. Distance won’t stop you from doing so as you can play online games with your NRI cousins and have a gala time on the d-day.

Write a Letter

Make your cousins feel nostalgic by writing a letter that conveys all your feelings and that you miss them a lot. The letter will express how precious your bond of Sneh or affection is for you. Additionally, you can order personalised gifts and rakhi online for them. A day full of thoughtful gifts and a heart-warming letter will indeed make them feel special.

Organise a Karaoke Night

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When you are all done with the ritual of tying a stunning designer rakhi and exchanging gifts, you can sing songs and celebrate the day like never before. Organise a Karaoke night, get on a video call and make the day an unforgettable one!

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