Tuesday, 12 August 2014
called Raksha Bandhan.
Raksha Bandhan is a special day for Indian brothers and sisters.
We are very lucky to have 6 beautiful Indian children in our class this year.
Nandhini, Eesha, Diya, Aryan, Prajay and Armaan.
They are all from Fiji, except for Armaan who is from India.
HAPPY RAKSHA BANDHAN TO ALL OUR INDIAN FAMILIES.
This band is called a rakhi.
Then the brother promises to take care of his sister and gives her a gift
of Indian sweets, a gift of money or a gift of clothing.
It is very beautiful with some beads in the centre.
He doesn't have a sister so his girl cousin has sent him a rakhi
and she has also sent him a Raksha Bandhan card because she lives overseas.
Eesha tied one on her cousin.
bracelets. We used 3 different colours of wool and plaited them.
Thank you Annabel.