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Cards for the Masses


--by Rajni, posted Sep 7, 2022
Made and Given away Rakshabandhan cards

I made 35 Rakshabandhan cards and 100 Rakshabandhan quote cards and gave to Utthan. I made more of them and gave to some Bank staff, Supermarket staff, and to some known and unknown people. Some of them returned surprised smiles. I thanked them all for accepting them.

The cards and quote cards are in Gujarati Language.

Rakshabandhan is on August 11.

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pluto178 wrote: Nice. X
Mish wrote: Well done, Rajni ❤️ I googled about: “Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that embodies the family value of filial responsibility. It is an ancient tradition of honoring the relationship between brother and sister, and symbolizes his vow to protect her. Learn about this festive holiday, and how you can take part in celebrations.

What Is Raksha Bandhan?

The term Raksha Bandhan means "bond of protection." It comes from the Sanskrit word rakhi, a type of bracelet or amulet made out of thread, that sisters tie around their brother's wrists in gratitude for protecting them.”
mindyjourney wrote: thank you for doing, dear brother Rajni :)))). This is another Indian tradition that I enjoy celebrating as well!
dotmatrix wrote: Wow! You do such a great job with these cards.
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petroskryf wrote: The cards are lovely. Thank you for sharing and reaching out, dear Rajni.
kmbhai wrote: All are very beautiful...
DANCE wrote: Thank u for doing this. What a lovely tradition to celebrate

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