When it's the time for celebrating the Rakhi festivity, enormous varieties of Rakhi thalis are available in the market. Decorated in a traditional manner, these Rakhi thalis resemble the thalis meant for performing pujas of the deities. The Raksha bandhan thali usually consists of a rakhi, diya, vermillion that is used to apply tika on the forehead of brothers, rice and sandalwood. Read on to find out as to how to decorate the Rakhi puja thali.
When it comes to Rakhi thali decoration, there can be a plenty of
variations in the style of Rakhi thalis as well as the way they are
adorned. If you go about hunting for Rakhi puja thalis, you'll be
awestruck by the mesmerizing designs that are finding their way in the
embellishment of the Rakhi puja thalis. In the contemporary times, a
great diversity is offered in the market, in terms of the material and
styling of the Rakhi thalis, that a common man is bound to get confused
thinking as to which one to shop for.
These days, you can find thalis that have separate stands and
containers for holding different things like the diya, roli, tika and
sweets. The latest trend is to go in for a thali that has complementary
incense stick stands. If you are among those people, who love to try out
their own innovative ideas, then all you need to do is to widen your
horizon of creativity and apply your ideas for decorating your rakhi
Prefer going in for brass or silver plated rakhi thali, as it is
considered to be very auspicious. In the heart of the thali, paint a
Swastika, which is a symbol of Lord Ganesha. Buy three small size
containers, one for rice and water, second for placing roli and the
third for keeping a diya and an incense stick stand. Pick up a nice
beaded rakhi that can further enhance the charm of your thali. Border
your Rakhi thali using fresh flowers. If you want to place the sweets in
the thali itself, then you can either keep them on the corner side or
take a separate container and your rakhi thali is ready.