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Raksha Bandhan Simple Essay

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July 29, 2014 by admin_kids

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Subject: Fifteen sentence Essay/Speech on ‘Raksha Bandhan ’
Mode: Medium
Grade- 7
Target Age Group: 10-15 Years
Total sentences: 11
Contributed By: Rohan Johnson, class 7, Kuwait City





Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival celebrated mainly in the North of India. Rakshan Bandan falls on the full moon day of the Hindu month – Shravan. According to the English calendar it falls in the month of August. Raksha Bandan means “tie or knot of protection” in Sanskrit. It is a symbolic renewal of the relationship between a brother and a sister. The sister tries a rakhi on her brother’s wrist to show her love for him, after which she prays for his well being and prosperity. In return the brother takes a wow to protect her throughout her life. The brother gifts her sister in return for the Rakhi which is a designer thread. According to Mahabharata, Draupadi the Pandava queen had tied a Rakhi to Lord Krishna. So Krishna considered Draupadi as her own sister. Raksha Bandhan signifies the virtues of love, affection and protection.

 
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10 comments »

  1. lokesh tanwar says:

    i like it very much

  2. nehal modi says:

    it is very easy and simply language for children thanks a lot

  3. Ajeet jha says:

    So little

  4. Lalima says:

    Well tried

  5. jatin says:

    i like this very much

  6. Ruchir says:

    “The sister tries a rakhi on her brother’s wrist.” I didnot get this. Any wise words for this?

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