Rakhis are the most indispensable part of Raksha Bandhan without which this zestful festival is incomplete. With changing time and changing taste of the people, the Rakhi designs have also evolved much. Nowadays, you will find markets as well as offline stores loaded with a vast variety of Rakhis. But, choosing a perfect Rakhi for your brother is one of the toughest tasks. Making this tiring task symbol, here are some Rakhis with their significance listed below from which you can choose a perfect Rakhi for your brother.


Rudraksha Rakhi

rudraksha rakhi

It is said that Rudraksha is originated from the teardrop of Lord Shiva which makes it an auspicious one. It is a divine source of luck, prosperity, health, and financial gains. Wearing it as a Rakhi with the sacred thread, can shower blessings and will stabilize the body and calms the mind of the brother.

Golden Rakhi

Golden rakhi

Being one of the valuable metals, Gold is associated with love, courage, luxury, and passion. And wearing it as a Rakhi embellished with auspicious threads, Golden Rakhi is the symbol of wealth, good time and prosperity.

Evil Eye Rakhi

Evil Eye Rakhi

The blue colored evil eye is considered as a curse which can cause misfortune and injury, and the protection that is created against evil eye is also named as the evil eye. So, basically, an evil eye Rakhi is given to protect brother from all the evil powers and bad omens.

Silver Rakhi

silver Rakhi

Silver is the precious metal that symbolizes wealth and riches. With this, the silver metal is also associated with modernity, graceful, decency and elegance. When this metal is given the shape of a Rakhi, it adds some auspicious values to it like good luck and emotions.

Sai Baba Rakhi

sai baba Rakhi

Sai Baba is commonly known as the Satguru and as the incarnation of Lord Shiva, who is revered by both Hindus and Muslims. Wearing a Rakhi having Sai Baba will shower the blessings of Lord Shiva and will also fulfill all the wishes.

Om Rakhi

om Rakhi

Om is one of the most important spiritual symbols which connect people with the chakras. Om Rakhi is an auspicious Rakhi which when tied by the sisters on the brother's wrist showers the blessings of Lord Shiva and also bless him with power and purity.

Swastika Rakhi

swastika Rakhi

The swastika is an ancient religious symbol of divinity and spirituality. Wearing Swastika as Rakhi will add good luck and other auspicious values to life.

Zardosi Rakhi

zardosi Rakhi

Zardosi artwork is one of the ancient embroideries which has stepped India from Persia. It uses gold and silver wires to embellish different clothing items and fabrics. Now, this embroidery has made its magic of Rakhis also making them look designer and classic.

Ganesha Rakhi

ganesha Rakhi

Ganesha is revered widely to remove obstacles from any work and also marks the new beginning in life. Tying Ganesha Rakhi will shower the blessings of Lord Ganesha on him and all his work will begin without any problem.

Meenakari Rakhi

meenakari Rakhi

Meenakari is one of the Persian artworks which involves coloring of the metal surface. This artwork is now making Rakhis look modern and designer by embellishing them with brilliant metallic colors.

Peacock Rakhi

Peacock Rakhi

In Hindu culture, the peacock is associated with good luck, spirituality, vision, and guidance. Wearing it as a Rakhi will bless your brother with good luck and purity.

Ek Onkar Rakhi

ek onkar Rakhi

It is a Sikh symbol which appears first in the sculptures of Sikh meaning "One with Everything" Wearing this auspicious symbol as Rakhi will bless brothers with the blessings of Waheguru.

Sandalwood Rakhi

sandalwood Rakhi

Sandalwood is of great significance in Indian mythology. Many Rakhis like Om, Ganesha, or any other designer one are made up of sandalwood due to its freshness and great fragrance.

Kundan Rakhi

kundan Rakhi

Kundan is the traditional form of Indian gemstone. The name Kundan is the reflection of the purest molten gold. Rakhis made up of Kundan stones look super amazing and stylish.

Lumba Rakhi

lumba Rakhi

Lumba Rakhi is the origin of Rajasthan where the Marwari families have a custom of tying Rakhi to the sisters-in-law along with brothers. These Lumba Rakhis are available in different patterns and designs.

Mauli Rakhi

Mauli Rakhi

Mauli is a type of red and vermilion thread which is tied to the brothers to protect them from diseases, enemies, and other harms, and also brings good luck for them.

Turtle Rakhi

Turtle Rakhi

Wearing Turtle will not help in business but will also give strength and good luck. Turtle Rakhi is the most loved one which is perfect to embellish the wrist of brothers and bless them with all the luck and fortune.

Pearl Rakhi

Pearl Rakhi

For showering your good wishes on anyone, the ornaments made up of pearls are mostly picked. Nowadays, there are many pearl Rakhis which symbolizes good luck and happiness.

Krishna Rakhi

Krishna Rakhi

Lord Krishna is the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu and is revered widely all over the world. Rakhis which are dedicated to Lord Krishna will bless your brother with the blessings of Lord Krishna.

Gemstone Rakhi

Gemstone Rakhi

Gemstones, also commonly known as birthstones are included in any jewelry items due to its various properties like healing power, the connection from the past, sustainability, and many others are in the line, Nowadays, Rakhis are also blessed with the Gemstone work. Correct gemstone according to the zodiac sign or birth date will bless your brother the most.

Khanda Rakhi

Khanda Rakhi

It is the symbol that carries the utmost significance for the Sikhs. Wearing Khanda as a Rakhi with sacred thread will bless brothers with divinity and protect them from evil powers.