Surprise your best pals by sending them something they will cherish and enjoy; also everybody can use a little pick-me-up care package in these current times. So what's the hold-up; wondering what to gift them? We've got you covered.
Rakshabandhan occurs every year but this year the act of gifting by the brother to his sister will not just be a tradition, but the emotion and a reminder of the continuous bond between the two.
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Raksha Bandhan is just around the corner; and while the celebrations will be slightly different this year due to the ongoing pandemic, you can always make your siblings feel special and loved on this day.
While any other day you might be fighting with your sibling over who ate the last chocolate (it wasn’t me), Raksha Bandhan’s the one day we put all that aside and tell our siblings how much we love them and appreciate them.
Tapping this huge market opportunity is Bhopal-based Mystique Earth. The natural skin, body and hair care brand has ventured out of the tribal lands of Madhya Pradesh — Satpura and Vindhya— to capture the essence of herbs, flowers, metals, minerals, and clay.
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