Happy Raksha Bandhan wishes and messages in Hindi for 2018: Raksha Bandhan 2018 is around the corner and we are quite sure that you are all prepared to make the day special for your sibling. The day celebrates the bond of love you share with your brother or sister. Also, the day to gift your sister something that she has been asking for long and get loads of love in return and not to forget the unlimited sweets you get to eat. Rakhi this year will be lauded on August 26, Sunday. Observed on the last day of the Hindu lunar calendar Shraavana, Raksha Bandhan is festival of the sister-brother bond. On this auspicious day, sister ties Rakhi also known as Rakhdi or a cotton bracelet on brother’s wrist. In return, brother promises to protect and love his sister. Talking about the history of the day, Draupadi tied a rakhi on Lord Krishna while Kunti tied a rakhi on her grandson’s wrist Abhimanyu before the great war took place, according to Hindu manuscripts.
Take a look at our latest collection of Happy Raksha Bandhan wishes and messages in Hindi for 2018: Whatsapp status, SMS, quotes, gif images, Facebook wallpapers for Friends and Family:
“Neend apni bhula kar sulaye humko,
Aansu apne gira ker hasaye sabko,
Dard kabhi na dena us devi ke avtar ko,
Jamana jise kehta hai bhain jisko,
Happy Raksha Bandhan sweet Sister”
“Kya Bataoon Yaar Meri Kismat Ki Kahani
Kuch Is tarah Likhi Gai
Jin Hatho Se Gulab Dena Chaha Tha
Unhi hatho me vo Rakhi Bandhkar Chali Gai.”
“Na Papa KE Maar Se Na Dosto KI Fatkar Se,
Na Ladki K Inkar Se,
Na Chappalo K Bochar Se,
Aap Jaise Ashiq Sudhrenge
Sirf “RAKHI” k tyohar se”
“Aaj Din Bahut Khaas Hai,
Behan KE Liye Kuch Mere Paas Hai,
Uske Sukun Ki Khaatir O Behnaa..
Tera Bhaiya Hamesha Tere Aas-Paas Hai !!
Happy Rakhsha Bandhan”
“Jhula Bahon Ka Aaj Bhi Do Na Mujhe
Jhula Bahon Ka Aaj Bhi Do Na Mujhe
Bhaiyaa Goud Mein Uthao Na Aaj Mujhe
Kad Se Hoon Badi Mann Se Chhoti Main
Aaj Bhi Maan Lo Na Zid Meri.”
“Khushiyo ka Tyohar.
Mithaiyo ki Barsaat.
Har bahen ko apne bhai ka intezar.
Ye he raksha bandan ka tyohar.”