On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan send zardosi Rakhi to India and astound your brother. It's a special thread featuring dazzling yet elaborated sequin and zari work. They incorporate and elaborate designs with silk threads & fabrics along with trinkets and charms. Few years back this work used fine gold wires together with other metals to make a beautiful Rakhi, but now a number of embellishments are used for the same purpose.
Zardosi Rakhis offered in this section are decked up with tiny decorative items like zari thread, balls, trinkets, and more. The golden wires turned and twisted beautifully in the shape of peacock, swastika, Om, etc., give this Rakhi a spiritual yet beautiful touch. Every such effort of crafting a Zardosi Rakhi makes it a beautiful Rakhi choice to beautify the wrist of brother with dazzle and shine.
Here on this page you won’t just find awesomely beautiful and intricately crafted Zardosi Rakhis but also many attractive Rakhi combos and hampers to choose. Being combined with a beautiful Rakhi, these hampers and combos of chocolates, sweets, mugs, cushions, dryfruits and more, turn out to be wonderful gifting options to surprise dearest brother.
If brother of yours reside miles away from you then it is nothing to feel worried abot as despite of being far away from each other you can send Rakhi to brother via Giftalove.com! All that you need is to choose any Zardosi Rakhi online from the catalogue and place order for Rakhi delivery online. Also, you avail Express Rakhi Delivery and Same day Rakhi delivery services too.
So, don’t you wanna sweep your brother off his feet this Raksha Bandhan? Send Rakhi to sparkle his eyes with happiness!
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