Raksha Bandhan is one of the special occasions where we get to see the bond between a brother and sister and to signify the bonding a thread is tied on the brother's hand by the sister to mark this occasion.
It is a lovely occasion to celebrates the relationship between brothers and sisters which our entire nation waits for. It shows the bonding of love between Bro and Sis.
As the years pass by, we find a change in the celebration of Raksha Bandhan as generation changes. Now we take a look at how each generation celebrates this tradition in their own way. The era has changed and so we have divided the brothers and sisters into different age groups
People in their '60s
People who are of the golden generation finds this auspicious moment to show their true love to sisters in their own way. Here a sister ties the Rakhi (Band) and after which a Tilak is applied on the forehead. The brother in return gives them gifts in the form of dresses and jewelry.
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People in their '40s
People of '40s are well settled financially and socially. They believe in giving a more techno-savvy material to show their love to the beloved sisters. They believe in giving gadgets like mobiles, headsets and such materials which are affordable by them.
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People in their '20s (Millenials)
People of '20s also termed as Millenials are youngsters and are termed to be enthusiastic in nature. Millennials are seen to be more hanging out and gives more chilling vibes. Millenials like to celebrate Raksha Bandhan in their quirky way. For them it is going out to restaurants, going for theme parks and more than anything they believe their sisters to be like friends.
What is special about the Millenials is they are more Techno-Savvy in nature and what we see is that even the Raksha Bandhan has gone techno-Savvy. Now we use less of languages and more of '@' and '#'. We see that the Millenials want to upload each and every video of Raksha Bandhan (@Raksha Bandhan) without which it is incomplete. The #RakshaBandhan is what we all waiting for.
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As we see from the above examples we find that Raksha Bandhan has been celebrated in spite of generation changes but what remains is the essence of Raksha Bandhan which has never changed even to this date.