A brother and sister share one of the most beautiful relationships. A brother might make his sister crazy and annoy her to peak, but only he will cross all the oceans for his sister. A sister might not show her affection towards her brother, but only she will do everything and anything for him like no one else. Thus, when we decide to celebrate this beautiful bond, all our hearts become heavy. On August 3, 2020, Indians will be celebrating Raksha Bandhan, a festival celebrating this bond. On this special occasion of Rakshabandhan, TV actress Dipika Kakar gave her fans one of the best gifts.
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So Sonakshi Rastogi bidding adieu 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 officially 😅😅😅 Thank you all you lovely viewers to shower so much of love on Sonakshi Rastogi & Parvati 🤗 !!! You love had made this journey extremely special!! @sandiipsikcand you were the one very sure from day 1 that I’m perfect to play your “Sonakshi” ❤❤❤ thank you so much for the belief 🙏🏻 @starplus thank you for making a part of your pariwaar as Sonakshi❤😊 #kamna @fazila_sol @solproductions_ absolutely fabulous producers and thank you so much for being so supportive throughout!! and a big big Thanks to the entire crew n cast of Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum!!! This show is and always be very special to all of us!! And the biggest and most special thanks to all our KHKT fans 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Love you all dil se ❤❤❤
Due to lockdown, getting an access to even the basic essentials is a little difficult. In these circumstances, getting a rakhi might even be more difficult. Keeping that in mind, Dipika decided to teach her fans how to make a rakhi from scratch. She posted a video on her YouTube channel explaining how one can make rakhi at home with some basic material available at everyone’s home. She even dropped a picture on her Instagram with some of the rakhis she made at home. She captioned the picture as, “Going back to teenage!! making these cute rakhis and enjoying my craft!Wanna see?!?! Go now to my channel and watch!! Channel Link in Bio!”
The video will make you nostalgic as it will remind you of your school days when we were asked to make rakhis a few days before the festivities began at our homes. The actress has shown us how to use very basic things such as thread used for sewing clothes to make the rakhi and some ingredients from the kitchen to decorate it. Check it out: