Raksha Bandhan is a very important festival and hence there are several ways in which this day is celebrated. Sending Rakhi gifts to India on this occasion is also a very common concept and many options are available. Being a very significant festival, Raksha Bandhan has been shown in many feature films and television series. This began from a long time back and many popular movies as well as songs depict this auspicious festival. Apart from sending Rakhi to India from USA, you can also observe this day by listening to Raksha Bandhan songs. We have selected for you five of the most popular songs which showcase the festival of Rakhi. You can listen to these songs while sending gifts for Raksha Bandhan from this online Rakhi store.
1. Behana Ne Bhai Ki Kalai Se Pyar - This popular song belongs to the feature film ‘Resham Ki Dori’ that had released long back in 1974. Dharmendra plays the brother in the song while Kumud Chugani can be seen as the loving sister. Suman Kalyanpur is the noted singer who sang this song while Indiwar is the lyricist of this composition.
2. Bhaiya Mere Rakhi Ke - The song comes from the 1959 released monochromatic black and white movie ‘Choti Behan’. The song has been featured on Nanda, Balraj Sahni and also Rehman who are the siblings. Renowned singer Lata Mangeshkar is the voice behind this song that has been composed by Shailendra.
3. Nahi Main Nahi Dekh Sakta Tujhe Rote Hue - This song has been taken from ‘Majboor’ which is a very popular feature film from the year 1974. Amitabh Bachchan is the caring and responsible brother here with Farida Jalal being the sister. The well known song has been sung by none other than Kishore Kumar while there is also a female version by Lata Mangeshkar.
4. Rang Birangi Rakhi Lekar - ‘Anpadh’ is the movie from which the song has been taken and it released several years back, in 1962. The song shows Balraj Sahni again as the elder brother with Mala Sinha being the younger sister. It has also been sung by veteran singer Lata Mangeshkar while the music has been given by late Madan Mohan.
5. Phoolon Ka Taron Ka - Perhaps the best one in this genre, this song comes from the film ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’. Dev Anand and Zeenat Aman perform as the siblings on whom this song has been picturised. Legendary singer Kishore Kumar has lent his voice to this song while another version by Lata Mangeshkar is also available.
These songs can surely make Raksha Bandhan a very special and memorable occasion for you. To make this festival even more special, you can send online Rakhi for your siblings in India. You can combine these wonderful Raksha Bandhan gifts with exclusive Rakhi threads that can be found on this online Rakhi portal.