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This year, make Rakhi at home! Kiki tells you how

Sumitra Gopal
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This year make Rakhi at home Kiki tells you how

Every year, we go for Rakhi shopping. We look for that unique thread that can express our adoration and admiration. And so we scout through bunches or piles, colours and styles - and come home with our selection. Before you go rakhi shopping this year, here's a thought: Why not make a Rakhi at home? Really! Surely what your two own hands can create for your brother, no thread in the market can ever, ever match up to! It will be the most special way to tie your feeling and thought around your brother's wrist... So yes, do something special for that special man in your life, who you love-to-hate at times, and simply love-to-love at all times! Sumitra (mom) and her daughter Kiki (4-year-old) show you how you can make a unique and exclusive thread for your brother... in 3 simple steps! Don't miss this one - you will not be the only one delighted with the results! Trust us, your brother would simply love to wear a piece of your creativity on his wrist. Read on to find out "How you can make your very own Rakhi at home" in 4 easy-do steps...


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puloma pandey

| Aug 06, 2017

Thanks Kiki, the wonderful and beautiful ways we could celebrate the pious occasion. Sometime kids teaches us more then our expectation.

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Vandana Singh

| Aug 03, 2017

thanks Kiki and happy rakhi ....god bless u dear

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Kavita Kumar

| Aug 03, 2017

wow ! it's wonderful... thanks Kiki.... god bless you

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Sumitra Gopal

| Aug 02, 2017

Thanks Mommies... enjoy making your Rakhis as well. It's a great way to inculcate the true Essence of Rakhi amongst a your children. I will probably have Jerry also make something in return for Kiki instead of buying her a gift only.

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Sejal

| Aug 01, 2017

Wow... sounds really good. Was going to buy one tomorrow but after reading Kiki's idea... am gonna make one with my 4 year daughter. Thank you so much Kiki. for loving g inspiration. ... bless you n loads of love.

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Shreya

| Aug 01, 2017

Awww! this girl is so cute. and the rakhi is really so full of warmth.

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Rukhsaar Khan

| Aug 01, 2017

what a lovely idea. thank you

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