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This raksha bandhan, Cubber has come up with a unique offer.
- For every Rs.100 or more added to the Cubber wallet, Cubber is offering Rs.10 cash back
- This offer is valid for all Cubber members
- This offer is valid from 1st to 10th August only
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The festival of Raksha Bandhan- a unique festival
After a certain period of time, we detest the daily rigmarole of going to work-coming home tired and going to work again the next morning. A break in any form is most appreciated for anyone who has been working hard to achieve a specific goal. Festivals are one of the best times to celebrate our culture and enjoy ourselves with the customs and festivities.
Here in India, we have many unique festivals which symbolize our rich and varied culture. Raksha Bandhan , falling in the Shravan month according to the Hindu calendar corresponding to August, is one such festival that has become a reflection of the way we place importance of family values in our lives. On this day, women visit their brothers or male friends and tie a rakhi-a simple decorative thread across the wrist. This symbolizes the power of brother-sister relationships. By tying the rakhi the woman gets her brother/male friend to promise her that he will protect her and that he will always be there for her whenever she needs him. The brother is then expected to gift the woman after the ceremony.
There have been many legends and tales regarding this festival. It is said that Alexander the Great’s wife made King Porus a brother by sending him a rakhi so that he would not harm Alexander during the war. Porus kept his word. There has also the case of Rani Padmavati, who, due to threats from the Muslim rulers, sent Emperor Humayun a rakhi to save her kingdom from annihilation. Emperor Humayun responded positively, but it was too late as Rani Padmavati and her other royal ladies committed suicide by jumping in the fire of the jauhar.
In modern times, this festival of bonding has taken a secular turn- Muslims, Christians, Jains and Sikhs all celebrate this festival with equal gusto. In schools and colleges across the country, girls tie rakhis to their male friends, getting them to promise for their safety and security.
Many business organizations and NGOs celebrate this day with their employees and customers in various ways. Some hand out customized gifts to their employees while others dole out gift coupons. There are always many sales going in everywhere-online or offline. People use this occasion to buy something for their loved ones, there is a mini sale going on in every shop that you attend. Cubber, an online payments platform is offering
- 10 for Rs.100 or more addition to the Cubber wallet once.
- This scheme is applicable only for a few days and anyone can take advantage of it.
This Raksha Bandhan, rein in the festivities with Cubber and your loved ones. Enjoy!