The brother-sister relationship is one of the most intriguing relations in the world; especially in India as this nation celebrates this beautiful relationship like no other country. Brother and Sister, they may look like each other's biggest enemy at home, but the reality is they love to hate each other (in a better way). Though there are moments when they show their affection in unexpected ways, while there are times when they intentionally irritate each other saying things that no one wants to hear. Beneath this roller coaster ride of the relation, flows an ocean of love and concern.
We Indians have a special day to come out of that roller coaster and swim in the ocean of love and care. We celebrate it as Rakshabandhan Day, a festival dedicated to this serene relationship. As much as this festival is about finding the best Rakhi for a brother, it is for the search of those extravagant lavish and precious gifts that one could give to his sister. By any chance, if you're still deciding on what are you going to gift your sister as she waits for you at home with a Rakhi, then maybe we could help you in deciding what can be the best gift for her.
We at WittyFeed have compiled the list of most famous and trending lifestyle gifts that a brother who cares for his sister can show his affection.
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Molakalmuru: Handcrafted in the town of Molakalmaru in Karnataka. Molakalmuru sarees have a GI tag (Geographical Indication), certifying that the saree's authenticity. The saree displayed shows the broad common border of Molakalmuru with the rudraksh motif. The highlight of the saree displayed is the floral motif all over in combination with a difficult weaving technique – the koniya pallu ( a large paisley motif in the corner of the pallu takes great skill to execute especially in such intricate detail). This pure silk, handmade work of art and is perfect for a south Indian wedding.
Kumbakonam: An excellent choice for festive occasions. Kumbakonam silk comes from the famous temple town of Kumbakonam. The saree in the image has a pallu inspired by the temple motif. It is lighter than the Kanjeevaram, so it drapes comfortably and is quite dressy. This mango yellow Kumbakonam is pure silk.
Banaras: Jamawar is a traditional paisley design that originated from Persia and flourished in India during the Mughal reign. A typical Jamawar contains intricate paisley motifs across the saree, creating using silk on silk brocade. The speciality of a right Jamawar is that the backside of the fabric will be completely smooth. This Jamawar is in a lovely pastel colour palette, perfect for any evening occasion.
Ikat: The word Ikat means "to dye". Ikat designs are achieved through the art of tie and dye where each thread in a saree in dyed in precise proportions of the ultimate design before weaving. Ikat has flourished in Orissa, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat, with each state taking on a unique identity in its interpretation of ikat. This saree is a Bichitrapuri from Sambalpur, inspired by the rolling dice.
Raw - Raw draws it inspiration from rain on a hot summer day – carefully balancing the fresh with the bold. The lightness of watermelon with upbeat patchouli is the secret to its appeal. Raw is created with crisp citrus notes that exude vitality and the warm woody notes that reflect masculinity. Crafted by: Olivier Pescheux
Steele - Steele creates a magnetic impression that combines charisma with confidence. The explosive fresh accords enhanced with earthy spices evoke an enviable, yet effortless charm. This perfume bottles a larger than life seduction with charismatic woody undertones, sharp hints of pepper and the unique class of vanilla. Crafted by: Fabrice Pellegrin
Sheer - Sheer paints a picture of a glamorous Sunday brunch. With fresh green pear and cheerful red strawberries, the sweet top notes are complemented by the elegance of floral elements and a dash of pink pepper. The fragrance has been skilfully crafted to have a luxurious and cheerful warmth that stays with you.
Sporting a large rugged face, the Thunderbolt has three eyes of fire. The Cockpit Panel in the aircraft that aids the pilot in determining the position of the jet during combat has inspired the dial of this watch. With a surgical grade stainless steel case and a mineral glass with anti-reflective coating, the timepieces have a 5 ATM water resistance. This design has an integrated PU /leather strap and a chronograph with tachymeter. Priced at Rs. 14,995.
Siraaj is the drop of the Sun that illuminates every moment. Lit by gold and adorned by threads of gold, it is like the glaze of the sun, which radiates a glow that catches every eye. While the mother of pearl surface, embellished with four diamonds, shines with detailed filigree on top the elegant leather strap adds sophistication to this excellent creation.
It's a miniature version of the perennial style which is a chic addition to the wardrobe of fashion forward kids, and adults. Along with this, you can get Fastrack frames which are designed for the eternally young. Bringing back the retro, you could make an everlasting impression with this glasses.
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