Rakhi or Rakshabandhan is a different kind of festival ofIndiathan other festival. It is a festival of brother and sister. The word ‘Rakshabandhan’ has a great mean, here bandhan means bond and raksha means protection.

It means a festival of bond of protection. On this day a sister tie a rakhi or ribbon made of threads on her brothers wrist and prays to god to give them good fortune and blessings. Brother also gives her wishes for lifelong protection from all types of problems. Rakhi is a joyful and beautiful festival in which people participate with great enthusiasm and desire. They celebrate this festival with various auspicious acts.

They worship deities, cleaning of houses, arranging of gifts and other items. People buy various delicious sweets also for enjoying the moments of love. During that time women in house makes various delicious meals. Recipes of rakhi involve different kind of foods. There is a short list of Rakhi Recipes which enhance rejoice of this festival as follows.

Rakhi Recipes:

Coconut Fudge  Gulab Jamun  Gulkand Peda 
Kalakand  Dahi Bhindi  Rava Ladoo 
Kopra Pak  Maida Milk Sweet  Dry Fruit Kheer 
Malpua  Fruit Curd  Mango Burfi 
Ghevar  Mango Sweet Rice  Mattar Karanjis 
Misti Doi  Sweet Potato Kheer  Sweet Saffron Rice 
Shrikhand  Mitha Khaja  Sweet Kachori 
Quick Nariyal Burfi Shakarpara  MysorePak 
Quick Ras Malai  Papad Ka Shaak  Rotla 
Phirni  Pinnie  Poha 
Wheat And Nut Laddoo  Tamarind Rice  Tomato Paneer 
Vegetable Omelette  Seviyan Ji Khirni  Sindhi Channa 
Pista Burfi  Shahi Tukda  Wheat Germ Kheer 

It is the list of famous sweets which are prepared during raksha bandhan festival. These sweets are common recipes of this rakhee festival.

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