Sunday, 29 July 2012

JCO Event Announcement-Rakhi ~ The Thread of Love

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Hello readers,

Rakhi (raksha bandhan) is basically a sacred thread of protection embellished with the love and affection of a sister for her brother. This day is also known as Raksha Bandhan and celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana in India and all over the world by every Hindu.
This frail of thread of Rakhi (raksha bandhan) is considered stronger than iron chains as it binds the most beautiful relationship in an inseparable bond of love and trust.

On the day of Rakhi festival, the sister ties Rakhi on the wrist of her brother and both make prayer to God for the well being of each other. Sisters perform 'aarti' and put tilak on the forehead of her brother. In return, brothers make promise to take care of his sister under all circumstances. Usually, brothers gift something to the sister to mark the occasion. The mirth that surrounds the festival is unsurpassed. Amidst the merriment the rituals are also followed with great devotion.

So come and join us to celebrate this auspicious festival that holds a special significance in Indian culture, by preparing a special dish and participating in this event.
Generally, delicious sweets are prepared a few days before and lavish feasts are arranged by families on the same day. So let's prepare some delightful finger licking food for this festival and give us the virtual treat as well...

Guidelines to follow:-
  • Make any dish it could be sweet, savoury, can be starter or main course.
  • Make a dish which your brother or sister loves it, or any particular dish which is prepared in your house on this particular day. 
  • You may decorate the rakhi thali and show us your creativity.
  • This year Rakhi is on 2nd AUGUST 2012, Last date of sending your entry is 5th of August 2012.
  • No limit to the number of entries.
  • Link this event announcement on your post. It's Compulsory.
  • Use of logo is not compulsory, but usage is encouraged as it helps to spread the word.
  • Dated entries will be accepted if they are re-posted and linked back to this event. It's Compulsory . If they are not re-posted or linked, will be deleted.
  • You can send entries to our email if linky doesn't work with the following details.

1.Your Name
2.Your Blog name
3.Recipe Name
4.Recipe URL
5.Picture of your recipe

Also non bloggers can send their entries to my email ID and the subject line with your name, Recipe,and the picture of your recipe.
Go ahead and send your special rakhi recipe to add more excitement to the festival.
Waiting for your tasty and yummy entries !!
Thank you linking your entries @ JCO..!!



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