Celebrate The Bittersweet Bond This Raksha Bandhan With A Heartfelt Personalised Gift

Published : 24 Aug 2018 1:56 PM GMT
Celebrate The Bittersweet Bond This Raksha Bandhan With A Heartfelt Personalised Gift

As Raksha Bandhan is approaching, many of us might be thinking of ways to celebrate the bittersweet bond. This bond between a brother and a sister is extraordinary in many ways and the ‘knot of protection’ is a poetic acknowledgement of the same. In its essence, Raksha Bandhan symbolizes all that couldn’t be expressed in mere words.

Every brother-sister bond is unique, and our siblings deserve something which is just for them. Brothers and sisters have a bittersweet relationship. Quarrels and arguments over the smallest of things to being a pillar of support in the most stressful times, this relationship is all-encompassing. From bossing the younger sibling to being their shield, brother and sister dynamic has it all.

Even though the idea of Raksha Bandhan is more than gifts, they definitely add a special touch and give a chance to express the love in a heartfelt way. This occasion, Pillsbury gives you a chance to personalise their gift box with a moment you cherish.

Pillsbury Raksha Bandhan


All you have to do is visit the nearby store where the activity is happening, share a picture of their choice and a representative will get it printed on the box. In just these easy steps, one can have the perfect gift which is sweet yet personal and simple yet heartfelt.

This box, which contains Pillsbury’s cookie cakes – a cookie that delights like a cake, adds another fresh aspect to this gifting idea.

In this bittersweet bond, there are unforgettable moments which remain close to our heart for years and years. A brother and sister’s relationship is a mix of different elements which combine to form a beautiful picture. The captured essence can now be placed on your gift this Raksha Bandhan, adding a special touch.

This Raksha Bandhan let’s not restrict our emotions, instead, let’s express the unbounded love we have for our sibling and our loved ones.

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