Raksha Bandhan, one of the biggest Indian festivals has now transcended the borders and reached almost every corner of earth. Wherever there’s an Indian, there is Rakhi and the celebration of it. For any Indian brother or sister, Rakhi means a lot. To a sister, Rakhi means the love and protection of a brother whereas for a brother, Rakhi signifies the unconditional love and care of a sister. Of course, that’s our Raksha Bandhan, the celebration of the sacred bond of love shared between a brother and a sister. Rakhi is that time of the year when the siblings come home to celebrate this big day with the entire family. It’s reunion time for all. But, what about those who live continents apart? What about those who reside in USA while their brother or sister lives here in India? How do they celebrate Raksha Bandhan?
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