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One of the most popular Indian festivals Raksha Bandhan is around the corner; the celebration is done by sisters by tying a silken thread (Rakhi) on the wrist of their brothers. If due to some reasons, the brother and sister are unable to meet on this day, sisters send the Rakhi to their brothers in advance, so that the brother can tie the Rakhi on his wrist himself.
There are several ways to send the Rakhi to your brother, Official Indian Post and private courier services are the best options. This year, Indian Post has launched a special envelop for this auspicious occasion, which is designed especially for sending Rakhis.
These envelopes are made up of DuPont Tyvek, which is a very strong and durable, and cost Rs. 5 only per envelope, so if you too are looking for a some very attractive envelop in order to send your Rakhis to your brother, go ahead and grab this envelop form your nearest Post-office.
Morover in my opinion, Postmasters and people working at Post Office will know its Rakhi envolpe and things might speed up. Via Indian Stamp Ghar