Paint your siblings’ hearts with love this Raksha Bandhan by sending golden rakhi or gold rakhi. Gold stands for elegance and royalty that ooze out of a rakhi made from this precious material. Rakhi beautifully crafted out of gold also serves the purpose of a thoughtful rakhi gift for brother.
A few years back, golden rakhi was used only by kings and queens but now it has come within the rich of common people too. Tying a rakhi on your brother’s wrist not only means you are tying the thread of love but thread of happiness and royalty too. At present, rakhi has turned out to be an unforgettable present for brother.
The vogue of gold rakhi isn’t new but age old. You can find various types of golden thread within our section in a range of designs and styles. The most popular types in golden thread include gold-plated rakhi, gold bracelet type rakhi, double chain gold rakhi, rakhi containing gold coins with special images, and more.
Different types of golden threads that we have in our offer include:Gold Coin Rakhi: Since time immemorial, gold coins have been considered both auspicious & exalted. Gold coin rakhi features a coin featuring sacred symbols engraved on it for example, Trishul, Swastika, Om and the images of Gods. Golden Bracelet Rakhi: Rakhi featuring gold plated bracelet are in trend these days. These rakhis are designed keeping in mind today’s trends and can be worn on even after the end of this festival. Golden bracelet rakhi includes sterling beauty that gets accentuated with stones, beads and tiny trinkets on it. Rakhi with Golden Chain: If you are in search of a simple rakhi with sterling beauty, opt for rakhi with gold chain. This rakhi combines both traditional and aesthetic aspects together.
So send golden rakhi today to captivate your brother on this auspicious day!
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