The festive season is here. Starting with Raksha Bandhan, till Diwali, which is soon followed by Christmas and New Years, that time of the year is back when we try and look our best.
The special occasion of Rakhi calls for some special dressing. Like all festive occasions, girls love to dress up and look their best on Raksha Bandhan.
It is that time of the year, when we wait to renew our bonds of trust and loyalty with our brothers.
This Rakhi, decorate your hands with beautiful henna designs which are simple as well as elaborate.
We are just a week away from the Hindu festival – Raksha Bandhan. On this auspicious day which is widely celebrated across India and around the globe.
Need some nail art inspiration? It’s time for another step by step nail art post especially for this Raksha Bandhan. As we all know, Raksha Bandhan is one of the most joyous festivals and is eagerly awaited by the sisters.
I just love doing nail art. And if it’s done at home with a few tricks here and there, without spending a fortune on those pricey nail spas, then nothing like it.
Raksha Bandhan is one of my favorite festivals. It is that time of the year when I get to meet all my cousins, feast on all the mouth-watering delicacies and my favorite part, dress up for the occasion.
Raksha Bandhan is around the corner. This is the day sisters eagerly wait to flaunt their ethnic look, shower love on their brothers by tying beautiful rakhis and get gifts in return.
The festival of Rakhi (also known as Raksha Bandhan) is just a few days away! Take a look at 22 Indian outfits brought to you by Zuri. They are gorgeous, versatile, designer sarees, Anarkali, and Pakistani suits. If you are a new bride, then you can also opt to fit into your bridal lehenga.