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Happy Raksha Bandhan
It's different because this is where our children are too young to get to their end destination on their own or have the excitement of the day that is arranged by the parents.
From #Barnsley to #Birmingham and back on Thursday to #Barnsley to #Bedford then to #London Saturday and back home on Sunday. We do it because these bonds they'll grow up with and perhaps continue on traditions with their children.
Barring one of his cousins sisters my eldest managed to see the majority in person, which is a feat in itself and have good old fashion fun with them!
This time you simply cannot put a price on!
The expression "Raksha Bandhan," Sanskrit, literally, "the bond of protection, obligation,". The festival of Raksha Bandhan is observed as a symbol of duty between brothers and sisters. ... On this day, a sister ties a rakhi around the wrist of her brother in order to pray for their prosperity, health and well-being.
#rakshabandhan #rakhi #happyrakshabandhan #brothersandsisters