Happy Rakshabandhan to all of you 🙂 So those who don’t know what is this festival, let me give you a brief about it (probably you can Google the details). It is an Indian festival, basically in Hindu religion, which celebrates the bond of love, care, and duty between brothers and sisters. Rakshabandhan means “bond of protection”. In this festival, a sister ties a rakhi (sacred thread) on her brother’s wrist and prays for his prosperity and happiness, to show her love and in return, the brother gives her a token gift and a promise to protect her. Though it is a special day for both of them, surely sisters often get fancy gifts and convert it to their day 😀
Welcome all of you to my blog 🙂 I can’t express how great I am feeling right now writing this post and even more happier that you people are reading it *screaming*.
So being a first post (an actual post on the launch day) I thought it would be good if I share some more things about myself. So if you are reading this, it probably means that you are somewhat interested in knowing some more facts about me, after reading about page, and that’s a GREAT thing my friend 🙂 So follow my lead below, towards my Fact-ish journey.