10 Raksha Bandhan Messages that you can send to your ‘Bhai’

10 Raksha Bandhan Messages that will make your Bhai go aww!

Raksha Bandhan is around the corner. In that case, Rakhi stalls and Sweet shops are working overtime to meet the demand. This a day when we celebrate the beauty of most special bond – Brother and sister. But in case if you will not be able to meet your brother this year, then here are 10 Raksha Bandhan messages that you can send to make him feel special.  The list will help you to convey your emotion to the first friend you ever made.

10 Raksha Bandhan Messages

Significance of Rakhi

Rakhi means the bond of protection. It symbolizes love and affection between brother and sister. It is celebrated on the occasion of the full moon in the month of Savana.  The sister ties a sacred thread on brother’s wrist and brother gives her gift and promises to protect from all kinds of problem.

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10 Rakshabandhan Messages that you can send to make him go awww!

1.”You are my best friend and you will always remain my best friend. Even If I searched the world over, there cannot be a better brother than you. Happy Rakshabandhan.”

2.”No matter the distances between us, but my Rakhi would always reach on time, to be tied on your wrist. Love you Bhai, Happy Rakhi.”

3.”You are my friend, mentor, and the most important man in my life. Wish you a year filled with happiness and laughter.”

4. “As we grow up, we act that we don’t care but we do, right? I know you are always there for me. Happy Rakhi.”

5.”A lot of people leave us when we need the most but trust you will never lose me. Happy Rakhi Bhai.”

6.”Our childhood memories may fade away with the passage of time but the love between us will only grow stronger with each passing year- Happy Rakhi, Miss you!”

7.”I may not often show it to you. But you know I love you to the moon and back.”

8.”You are the most precious gift that God has given to me. I know, I hold a special place in your heart.”

9.”My life would have been so ‘Masala Less’ without you. Thank you for adding spice in it with your leg – pulling and banters. Happy Rakhi! ”

10. ” You were there in my happiness and joy and you were there in my toughest time. Thank you for being a beautiful human being.” – Happy Raksha Bandhan, Bhai

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