I tie around your wrist the invisible thread that will connect me to you until the end of time, may we always protect each other, may we always uplift each other, may we always have the greatest respect for each other, may we cry together in sadness, and may we laugh together when joy is at our door, our love is a love that can’t be broken, for you are my brother and i am your sister. (Christa♥♥♥)
Today we celebrate Raksha Bandhan which in sanscrit means ” “the tie or knot of protection”. This ceremony celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters, the sister (which by the way can be any person with whom you feel bonded or have a deep connection with) will tie the rakhi (sacred thread) around the wrist of her brother acommpanied by prayers and chants, thus showing him all her love, and in return the brother promise her sister protection and devotion throughout his whole life, you can read more about this festivity here Raksha Bandhan.
My two son’s cousin tied the sacred knot around their wrists every year, and this time she got them a BEN 10 knot, how happy they were, it’s one of their favourite children television movie.