Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is also a good parenting skill in sibling’s get-togetherRakshna Bandhan is a Hindu festival; however it was observed that people from Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhs, Christians and Muslims do celebrate this ceremony. The main objective of this custom is love and relationship of a brother and sister that stays throughout life piously. The concept of Rakhi is nothing but a sister ties a rakhi (the knot of protection) in her brother's wrist, where the brother promises to protect her. The celebration among siblings continue with sending gifts, hugs, distributing sweets, honouring elders, loving younger, etc. Hence, it is more than a festival and one of the best days for parents to congregate their children.
A beautiful poem on Rakhi by Rabindranath Tagore:
"The love in my body and heart
For the earth's shadow and light
Has stayed over years.
With its cares and its hope it has thrown
A language of its own
Into blue skies.
It lives in my joys and glooms
In the spring night's buds and blooms
Like a Rakhi-band
On the Future's hand."