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Celebrate with these precious rakhis

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Schenelle Dsouza 
The occasion of Rakshabandhan celebrates the special bond between siblings. And, so, finding the perfect rakhi to showcase this very special bond is just as important, although it can seem quite daunting at times. But don’t worry, we at LuxeBook have you covered. Take a look at our selection of some of the best and most artistic rakhis, from bracelets to handcrafted crocheted rakhis and more.
Baro Market Mandala Crochet Rakhi 
Baro Market
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Crochet rakhis are perfect for those who want to give their siblings a more personalised rakhi that is simple yet crafty in terms of design. This mandala crochet rakhi adds a spot of colour with a touch of Indian folk art that makes for a beautiful keepsake.
Price: 750/-
Kutch Painted Pottery Craft Rakhi 
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Another personalised, handcrafted experience, this Kutch pottery craft rakhi reinvents and celebrates the age-old craft of the Indus Valley Civilization. The unique part about it is that it uses the same process of clay-making used back in the day. This hamper includes quite a few interesting elements, like a kutch-painted pottery craft rakhi packed in a jute pouch, along with a kutch painted pottery craft tumbler, chocolates, an unbaked clay deep with pooja essentials, roli+chawal teeka, and one hand-painted “Happy Rakhi” card.
Price: 1,800/-
Mia by Tanishq Silver Rakhi
Mia by Tanishq
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Mia by Tanishq unveiled every special selection of silver rakhis, each describing the special bond in a different way — for the protective brother, the mischievous one and a few for your beloved sisters as well. Each of these rakhis are made with a vibrant red tie, supporting unique charms made from 93 per cent silver. The charms can even be removed from the rakhi and  worn on a chain as a necklace later on.
Price: ₹2,279/-
Samoolam Handmade Crochet Rakhi Set
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Another stunning crochet collection, these handmade rakhis by Samoolam are a sustainable, completely plastic-free option. A collection of four colourful rakhis, these stunning pieces are all handcrafted by skilled women artisans of Gaya. Keeping sustainabilty as their top priority, each set is paced in a plastic-free keepsake crochet pouch, along with kumkum, rice, and chocolates, and an additional customised note as well.
Price: ₹1,250/-
Silver Linings Silver Handmade Rakhi
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Tanishq Delicate Gold Rakhi Bracelet With A Floral Mesh Centre
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Bracelet style rakhis are among the more popular selections, as these are modern and lasting. This sleek rakhi bracelet from Tanishq is simple and elegant. It has a floral mesh centre that adds a minimal design making it wearable for almost any occasion. The entire bracelet is crafted in 22k yellow gold.
Price: 42,543/-
Tribe Amrapali Traditional Nilima Rakhi
Tribe Amrapali 
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Tribe Amrapali brings the brand’s signature designs to the traditional rakhi. Handcrafted in gold plated alloy, the main emblem of the rakhi is decorated with enamel, glass stones, pearls and beads strung along a vibrant blue coloured thread.
Price: ₹1854/-
Zariin Forever Bond
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Zariin gives the rakhi a wholesome yet modern touch with simple bands and mesmerising stones like Amethyst and Baroque Pearls, set with 22kt gold dipped crushed metal.  There is a belief that Amethyst offers benefits for body detoxification, health and chakra balancing while Baroque Pearl are said to relieve stress, and anger, and brings calmness.
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Price: ₹1,199/-
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