Rakhi Gifts have a special meaning of their own. You might give to your sibling different gifts all the year round, but a beautiful gift on Rakhi has a totally heavenly aspect. Thus, a rakhi gift should possess some uniqueness about it. We present below some unique gift ideas for brothers on the festival of Rakhi.

Gift Vouchers Gift Vouchers of brands like Pantaloons, Gili Jewellery, Shoppers Stop, Taj, Domino’s, Café Coffee Day, Kaya Skin Clinic, Adidas, Reebok, Wills Lifestyle and many others can really give your sibling a rejuvenating experience. Available on many gift sites, Gift Vouchers are something unique to gift as they give the recipient the freedom and advantage of choosing a gift of his own liking. If you are unsure about what to gift, then Gift Vouchers are the safest bet.

Cufflinks and tie pins – Exclusively for brothers, Cufflinks and tie pins can make them look smart and sensual. Shirts can be gifted any time of the year, but flourishes for a shirt are not common all the year round. A slight added touch of a cufflink and a tie pin to the whole attire can simply give a makeover to your brother. And so Cufflinks and tie pins can work as great Rakhi Gifts.

Video Games or Computer Games – Much more appropriate for younger siblings, video games and more than them, Computer Games are something which your sweet sibling will surely love. Since their advent, video games have become favourites among kids all over the world. When they don’t have playmates to play with outside, they can always come back to these games. There are some great gadgets available such as Sony Playstation, Microsoft X-box or Nintendo Wii. Surprise him/her with these modern time pass.

Mp3 Players – If your dear sibling is a music freak, then an Mp3 Player like an iPod can be a great option. iPods are handy and portable and have greatly influenced the lives of people musically. Your brother can listen to his favourite numbers any time, in his car, on a bus, on the plane or even while he is relaxing in his home. Make him say goodbye to tiresome Day.

Books – Books will never grow old as gifts. They have that charm in them which is indescribable. Latest books from writers like Dan Brown, Jeffery Archer, Chetan Bhagat, Ruskin Bond or even old classics from the pens of Charles Dickens, Victor Hugo or Arthur Canon Doyle can really be great gifts. Books know no boundaries, know no barriers; so books by French, Russian or even African Writers can surely add aura to your brother’s book collection.

Branded perfumes Perfumes form an intrinsic part of daily life. Whether its simply going to the office or to an official party, perfumes really reveal the personality of the wearer. Perfumes from the big brands like Bvlgari, Davidoff, Benetton, YSL, Christian Dior, Cartier and many others can freshen up every day and every event for your brother.

Ethnic Indian Artifacts – India is a land of rich art and artistry. The village industries have for long produced such ethnic artifacts from natural materials which have hardly been explored as yet now. However, with a surge in tourism industry, the village art culture has again regained vigour and momentum. This Rakhi you can gift your brother an experience of the art of India.

Chocolate Hampers Appropriate for both an elder and a younger sibling. Chocolates are cherished by everybody and so a lovely Chocolate Hamper comprising of Chocolates from world-renowned brands will never be a bad gift !!! Cadbury, Ferrero Rocher, Cherrier, Vochelle are some of the world renowned Chocolate Brands. Gift your brother a chocolaty Rakhi.

DVDs – One thoughtful gift for your brother can be a collection of DVDs of the movies of his favourite actor, either from Bollywood or from Hollywood. For your kid brother, a collection of DVDs of Animation Movies, especially which teach the various values of life, both Indian and foreign, can be really valuable treasures. It’s good that all the old mythological stories of India are being reborn as Animated Movies. Now the children will be able to know Indian mythology better.



Source by Amit Desai