The Raksha Bandhan celebration is a sacred thread of protection allowing the affection and love of a sister for her brother to be celebrated during the day of the Full Moon of the Sharvan month. A mythical history surrounds this celebration dating back to BCE times. The following selection of Raksha Bandhan messages serve as perfect samples to go by when it comes to writing your own personal sentiments.
Dear Brother, on this Raksha Bandhan I wish to say that you are the best brother and you mean to me the whole world. Happy Raksha Badhan.
Dear Brother, while tying this Rakhi, I pray to God for your peace, happiness and prosperity. A warm and loving person like you deserves the best of life. Happy Raksha Bandhan.
Happy Rakhi Bandhan. You are the most beautiful sisters in the world. I miss you. I am sorry I am in Saudi and not in Mumbai.
Happy Raksha Bandhan to all of you. Sorry I cannot be here this week. Hence just to tell all of you that you are the best people I have had in my life. I shall always be there for you.
Happy Rakshabandhan! God will give you long long life. Always be happy. Enjoy every part of your life. May God bless you with all the hapiness in the world. May all you dreams come true.
Have a wonderful, prosperous and bright future ahead. May God bless you with all the blessings and good wishes.
I am really thankful to God to have the precious gift of a sister like you. Happy Raksha Bandhan.
I am sure you are not going to tie Rakhi for me this year and forever. But let me tell you this. You are my sweetest little sis though we are not blood related.
I feel so blessed and treasured to have a brother like you in my life. You like an Angel are always there when I need you. Thanks Brother and have a happy Raksha Bandhan.
I miss you very much here on this day of love and affection. Though you are away from me, my thoughts are always with you.
I really enjoyed the moments of Rakhi, and I swear that the promises I made to you will be fulfilled all my life, till my last breath, and my respect to Jiju will remain unchanged forever.
I wish you all a very Happy Raksha Bandhan and I pray to God that our relationship becomes stronger with love and care.
I am sorry if I have hurt you all ever. I always wish good for all of you even if I act bad with you at times.
If one day you feel like crying… Call me. I promise that I will make you laugh.
If one day you want to run away due to problems… Don’t be afraid to call me. I promise that I will motivate you to fight against worries.
It means a lot to have a wonderful sister like you. Thanks for the treasure of all the sweet memories that you have given me. Neither can I tell nor can you imagine what you are for me. But I can tell you when I need a pillar of strength, It’s you.
My brother is my best friend. You stand by me when I am alone, you make feel happy when I am low. Thanks for being for me always, Dear Brother. Happy Raksha Bandhan.
My love for you is measureless. My blessings to you are unlimited. Dear Brother, you will always be my friend, a guide and a hero. Happy Raksha Bandhan.
Never ever thought we will not be together this day. I am really missing you very much. The Rakhi you send is very good, it’s looking great on my wrist. I just pray that we will be together on every Rakhi from next year. May God bless you with lot of happiness, love and success. Take care.
Sister is someone who is caring and sharing. Sister can understand things you never said. She can understand pain which is not visible to anyone. I love my sis very much even jaan se jyada.
The pious occasion of Raksha Bandhan reminds me of the days when we were kids. We fought and made up easily. Those lovely days can’t come back but will always stay in my heart. Missing you darling brother on this Raksha Bandhan.
Today is Raksha Bandhan…And I really wish you were here to tie the rakhi for me…We would have celebrated this occasion together…But wishing you Happy Raksha Bandhan.
We laugh and cry, we play and fight. We shared moments of happiness and sorrows, which made our bond stronger. Happy Raksha Bandhan to you Sis.
Whenever you need me, but can’t even speak. Simply whisper in your heart and I will be right there just before you.
Within this small interval of time you become part of my life. As my dearest friend, as my loving sister to share everything. My heart full rakhi wishes to you… With lots of love.
You are the best sister that I would ever get in my life. I want you to be happy wherever and however you are. I know you love me too but I love you more than anyone else in this world.
You helped me while I was in trouble, you made me feel safe when I was scared and other things you did to make me happy. Thanks is insufficient for all this. Happy Raksha Bandhan to you, Brother.
The Raksha Bandhan is known as other names such as Pap Nashak, Vish Tarak, and Punya Pradayak. Other festivals on this day can occur allowing additional celebrations arise. The below infographic provides some additional historical and mythical information surrounding this day.
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