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Rakhi Dago (Hatma laune Doro) 1 Roll

Rakhi Dago is a sacred thread worn by Hindu people in Nepal. It is wear on Janai Purnima or Raksha Bandhan and religious ceremonies. It is made of cotton and is tied around the wrist. Dago is believed to wear for the purity, protection, & strength.
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Rakhi Dago is worn during various religious ceremonies and festivals, including the Janai Purnima festival, which is celebrated on the full moon day of the Nepali month of Shrawan (usually in July or August). During this festival, Brahmin and Chhetri tie a Dago around their wrist while reciting prayers and mantras. This symbolizes the renewal of their commitment to their faith and their connection to the divine.

Rakhi Dago is not just a simple thread; it carries deep emotional significance and strengthens the sibling bond. It transcends its physical form and represents the enduring love and protection siblings provide for each other throughout their lives. The tradition of tying Dago is a beautiful and heartwarming gesture that fosters love, unity, and a sense of family among siblings and relative.

Rakhi Dago is also worn during other important ceremonies, such as weddings and funerals. It is considered a sign of social and religious status among the Brahmin and Chhetri communities in Nepal, and is passed down from father to son as a family heirloom. It is an important symbol of Hindu faith, culture, and tradition in Nepal. It represents the bond between the individual and the divine, as well as the social and religious status of the wearer.

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