Preparing Rakhi Thali of Mithai :

Rakhi is one of the most beautiful and very ancient traditional festivals ofIndia. this is a festival revolve around feelings or relationship of emotions between brother and sister. During this festival a sister shows her love towards her brother and in return she need to promise of protection. brother also expresses their emotions with good wishes for sister. During this festival sister prepare a rakhi thali for prayer of her brother. This thali involves rakhi strips, diya, tilak etc. they also place some sweets in this thali, so it is also called as thali of Mithai.

At time of Muharat according to horoscope of Hindu religion, brother and sisters celebrates rakhee festival with ritual acts. Sister worship their deity with puja thali and then she praise her brother. She ties rakhi threads on her brother’s wrist. brother and sister replace gifts each other. After that they eat sweets as a tradition of festival. Without sweet or Mithai this rakhi festival or celebration cannot be imagine. Eating sweet dish is a sign of happiness and joy of a festival.

It enhances enthusiasm of celebration among people. During Rakshabandhan various varieties of sweets also bought by sisters for their brothers and family members. Sisters can also make delicious varieties of sweets at their home. In various states ofIndiamany type of sweets are popular during festival of rakhi. Some of famous sweets ofIndiaare jalebi, gulab jamun, rasgulla, kazu sweets, dry fruits and malai burfi etc. well decorated thali with sweets on rakhi festival called Rakhi mithai thali, and they are also available in market now a days.

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