Best ways to celebrate Raksha Bandhan when your brother is living in a different nation

May 29, 2021

Some may say that siblings are the best friends you have. After marriage or moving out and going into a new city, they talk on the phone often. Daily conversations get shorter and more challenging to hold with time. The memories and pictures serve as a beautiful reminder of how close they were at one point in their lives. Siblings are essential to each other in ways large and small. They are there for each other even if they live far away. The sibling relationship is utterly precious and irreplaceable; the affection between siblings is something that will never fade away. So, if your brother/sister lives abroad & you’re unsure how to make this Raksha Bandhan special & make them relive the joy of yesteryears, here are some solutions so that you never run out of ideas.

WhatsApp Status

WhatsApp status is an amazing way to wish your owns on any occasion. If you are not with your brother on this Raksha Bandhan, upload our Raksha Bandhan Special video status to wish him and make him feel that you are with him.”

Here is a list of ideas and ways for you to connect with your sibling living abroad & cherish the auspicious festival together that defines your relationship.

1.      Online Rakhi Delivery
If your brother lives in Canada (or any other country), you can simply delight him with a surprise by sending rakhi online to Canada. There are tons of rakhi options available online. Choose the perfect one keeping your brother’s choice in mind. With a colorful rakhi, wish him loads of love and happiness in life.

2.      A surprise Gift
Gifts make celebrations fun-tastic. Turn this rakhi into a momentous affair for your sibling with a surprise rakhi gift. A flower bouquet along with a personalised mug sounds fantastic. Or treat him with the bamboo plant to bring him good luck. For a fashionista brother, a trendy wristwatch or a pair of sunglasses would be a fantastic gift idea.

3.      Video Call Celebration
Video calls are the new medium for bonding time. You can easily wipe out the distance between you two with a rakhi celebration over a video call. Even when nations apart, celebrating the rakhi tying ceremony over a Skype or Whatsapp call will make him feel your presence.

4.     Send a Cake
Cales make everything delightful. Turn this rakhi into a memorable affair for your sibling with a surprise rakhi cake. A beautiful flower bouquet along with a personalized picture cake sounds terrific. Or treat him with his favorite chocolate cake along with lucky bamboo or money plant.

5.      Delight with Digital Gifts
Gift him the wonderful experience of digital gifts. Choosing from a wide range of digital gifts includes violinist on-call, personalised caricature, personalized video messages, desk gifts, and many more. These digital gifts are lovely options to make rakhi celebrations memorable from a distance.

6.      Send Gift Hampers and Combos

When your sibling lives in another country, you can simply delight them by sending a hamper or combo internationally. There are a variety of hamper and combo options online. Choose the best one keeping your sibling’s choice and preference in mind. With a beautiful hamper including flowers, cake, chocolates, and whatnot, and wish them loads of love and happiness in life.

Rakhsha Bandhan is the festival of sisterhood. It celebrates the bond of unbreakable love and affection between a brother and his sister and their unconditional support towards each other in times of need. While the white thread is the symbol of “Raksha”, it is also an expression of the sister’s promise to her brother that she’ll protect him against all odds, just as the thread protects precious items from breaking apart. So, strengthen your bond of love on this Raksha Bandhan and celebrate it with your family even if you are apart.


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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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