Raksha Bandhan Wallpapers and Images

Download Free Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Wallpapers


The festival of Rakshabandhan is around the corner and the festive vibes can be felt all around. So, do you want to feel cheerful and give your bland desktop a festive look? If yes, then try our fabulous range of rakhi wallpapers. These exquisitely designed wallpapers are perfectly suited for all devices whether they are desktops, tablets, laptops or smart-phones. These easy-to-download images depict the strong bond of love between a brother and sister. Each image is unique and shows the various facets of the festival. Some images display beautifully crafted rakhis while some greet the festival in beautiful words.

An image that stands out in the collection is that of a sister tying rakhi on her brother's wrist. On Rakhi, this is the scene that one sees in almost every household around the country. Sisters, dressed in their best attires, tie rakhi on their brother's wrist. The latter, in turn, take a vow to protect their sisters till their last breath. The image is a perfect example of the love between a brother and a sister and eloquently captures the essence of the festival.

So, this rakhi try to be a little creative. Download these wonderful images and give your desktop a festive touch.

Last Updated on : August 24, 2018


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