Noida: Raksha Bandhan pays tribute to the brother-sister bond. It is a traditional Indian customs and part of our culture. We all must preserve our culture as every festival has been designed by our ancestors to bring in love , compassion, unity and oneness in our community,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios on the arrival of sisters from Brahma Kumaris on the occasion of Rakhsha Bandhan.
Raksha Bandhan is a festival in which sisters tie Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers with love and affection. This is a sacred thread that indicates that sisters pray and wish that their brothers are protected from all problems and brothers take the oath of protecting their sisters from any trouble in life.
“These festivals bring lots of enthusiasm in our life. These festive days are wonderful breaks in our routine and tense life. They also give you opportunities to get close to your own family,” added Marwah also Patron to Brahma Kumaris.
The Brahma Kumaris are a spiritual movement that originated in Hyderabad, Sindh, during the 1930s. The Brahma Kumaris movement was founded by Lekhraj Kripalani. The organisation is known for the prominent role that women play in the movement