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Bhai dooj tikka: A special way to celebrate brother-sister bond

– About Bhai dooj:-

The bond and relationship between a brother and sister is unlike any other. They are the best friends of each other, protectors of each other, admirers of each other, secret sharers of each other, and they have unconditional love for each other. Between siblings, it is difficult to decode the feelings, emotions and love. A brother and sister’s love is strengthened on special days or occasions. Bhaiya Dooj is an occasion that can define the eternal love between different siblings (brother and sister). Sisters pray to God for the longevity, well-being and prosperity of their beloved brother at this wonderful festival, which is an important occasion. The Diwali festival occurs over two days, with the occasion taking place after the festival. The occasion occurs on the 2nd day of the Shukla Paksha of the Kartika month, which falls between October and November, according to the Gregorian calendar.

– What is Bhai Dooj Tikka?

Bhai Dooj Tikka is a Hindu festival that celebrating the brother-sister relationship. It is also known as Bhai Tika, Bhai Phonta, or BhatraDuj. The festival is traditionally celebrated in Nepal, India, and Pakistan.

The festival is celebrated on the last day of the five-day long Diwali festival. On this day, sisters perform a special puja for their brothers and apply a red mark (tikka) on their forehead. This tikka is considered to be auspicious and is believed to protect the brothers from evil eye.

After the puja, the brothers and sisters exchange gifts and sweets. The festival reinforces the strong bond between brothers and sisters and is an occasion for them to show their love and affection for each other.

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