This presentation brings forward the amazing collection of moli and thread rakhi for your loving brother. You can bring smile on the face of your adorable brother by sending him this wonderful yet elegant rakhi along with other gifts on Raksha Bandhan. \n\nFind more:\n\nhttp://rakhi.giftstoindia24x7.com/Article/Rakhi/Varieties-of-Rakhi/Mouli-Thread-Rakhi-For-Brother.aspx\n
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Mauli Rakhi can be explained as a much more simpler version of rakhi thread. They are also called ‘Kalavah’ or ‘Dori’. The most important way to identify a Mauli Rakhi is by its thread. Thread of Mauli Rakhi is usually yellow, red or maroon in colour and usually made of resham.
They are considered to be extremely sacred and auspicious in the hindu religion
The Stunning Swastika Doricomes with a symbol of Swastika on a golden colored metallic base
The Uniquely Designed Rakhi features beautiful designs, consisting of faux-stones and zari work
The Meenakari Floral Rakhi with comes with a beautiful stone studded floral centerpiece that is beautified with meenakari artwork.
The Admirable Rakhi contains pretty little beads and three red plastic flowers. The thread of the rakhi is in red and yellow
The Attractive Pearl and Dori Rakhi has been beautifully designed with amazing moti work and beads of golden color
The Stylish Moti Rakhi is beautifully decorated with alternate segments of moti and golden balls
Beautiful Stones And Beads Rakhi has beautiful work of the centerpiece which boasts of a great craftsmanship
The Holy Nariel Rakhi is decorated with bright coloured shiny beads and centerpiece of the holy nariel/coconut
The Elegant Swastika Symbol Rakhi is a very simple and elegant dori Rakhi thread and comes with a Swastika symbol
ones in India.