BRITISH MUSEUM HELPS UK
TO REMEMBER THEIR
Scotsman.com News: UK.
A Bristol museum is hosting workshops this week that it hopes
can help brothers and sisters realize their value to one another.
The workshops at the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum will explore the
ancient Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan, which celebrates the special bond
The festival includes the ritual tying a thread around the wrist called
“Rakhi”, meaning a “bond of protection”.
The ritual is observed on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravan,
when sisters tie the sacred Rakhi string on their brothers’ right wrists and
pray for their long life.
Visitors will get the chance to learn more about how the day is celebrated and
will be able to make their own Rakhi bracelets, as well as trying some festive
The events are part of the museum’s summer fun programme, ‘Move It! Do It!’,
which also offers music and food-tasting and indoor and outdoor events.
The Raksha Bandan workshops take place from 12-4pm from Tuesday to Thursday,
and are suitable for all ages.
PVAF's veD learning
and sharing group thinks these types of workshops should be conducted
on all veDik celebrations and festivals
by all community practicing veDik lifestyle
everywhere on this planet earth outside India.....
Such workshop should be part of learning
and sharing veD = SCIENCES OF CREATION AND LIFE by all peoples and
communities in the world who live veDik
lifestyle to live by the rules and regulations of
pRkRUti (nature's creations and
created) called DHARm of the
ONE CREATOR of all that has existed, exists now
and will exists in future to eternity....
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