So as Indians across the country celebrate this joyous occasion, people are also sharing how pranks and jokes to tease little brother or sister or pulling the leg of the other one is the most fun part of this bond.
As Indians across the country celebrated Raksha Bandhan this year, people are also sharing how siblings come up with pranks and jokes. Many said this was perhaps the most fun part of the bond siblings share.
People also shared how they behave when it comes to gifts and money on this festive day with a dash of humour.
While there are plenty of messages of love doing rounds on social media, there are plenty of memes and jokes also aptly describing the relationship between siblings.
Mom : Aaj rakhi hai apni behen ke sath achhe se rehna.
Paise Na hoto Card he Dedo #RakshaBandhan
When brother asks a sister what does she want on rakshabandhan.
Me after tying Rakhi to my brother@varanasi_manoj
*Girls to her brother before putting on rakhi*
Sisters on Raksha Bandhan
*on raksha bandhan*
When sister instantly asks for gift after rakhi..
* Girls after tying rakhi *#RakshaBandhan2019
After tying rakhi
My sister’s vs My expressions expressions
after tying me
Sister : Protect Me.
Brother : Ok..
Sis : Give me money too.
Bro : But why.?
Sis : Raksha Ban, Dhan Day..
Sisters on Raksha Bandhan be like. #HappyRakshabandhan
When you give your sister only ₹10 on #RakshaBandhan .
No one :
Sister after tying rakhi : #RakshaBandhan2019
When younger brother touches my feet on Rakshabandhan
Raksha Bandhan, a festival that celebrates the bond between siblings, is observed during the month of Shravana in Hindu calendar on the full moon or Purnima day every year.
Traditionally on this day, sisters tie a sacred thread around their brother’s wrist, symbolically expressing their love and seeking the brother’s protection in return.