Do you get fascinated by the emotional and meaningful songs pertaining to Raksha Bandhan? Here are a few songs for Rakhi to keep you captivated and cheered on this special day.

Raksha Bandhan Songs

One can find just any kind of songs, on any aspect of Indian culture, in Indian film industry, especially the versatile Bollywood. Every Indian, whether residing in India or in any part of the world, is always bonded with the basic Indian cultures and traditions. One such tradition is the festival of Raksha Bandhan that depicts the auspicious relation between brothers and sisters and strengthens their bonds with the passage of time. These songs, whether old or new, enliven the charisma and bring out the real meaning of this relationship, whenever played. One would find their lyrics so momentous, amazing and yet so simple that anyone can relate to it. Recall your childhood memories of how you used to play with your siblings, those fights on trivial matters and all the innocent moments you have spent together. Dedicate these songs to your siblings and make them feel special not only on Raksha Bandhan, but all through the year!

Behna Ne Bhai Ki Kalai Se...
This popular Bollywood song is from the Hindi movie 'Resham Ki Dori' and is sung by Suman Kalyanpur. It is a very melodious song in which a sister is delightfully describing how her brother means the world to her and even if destiny separates them, they will always be there in each other's hearts. This song also illustrates that how sturdy is this fragile silk thread that acts as a strong bond of love and affection between the two.

Bhaiya Mere Raakhi Ke Bandhan Ko Nibhana...
This is another song from the Hindi movie 'Chhoti Behan' which beautifully expresses the relationship of brother-sister in Indian culture. This song is sung by none other than the living legend Lata Mangeshkar. In this song, a sweet darling sister is telling her brother that he should always live up to their relations, never make her cry and always maintain the integrity of this relationship. As this is an everlasting relationship, her brother has to take care of her throughout his life.

Phoolon Ka Taron Ka....
A well-liked Hindi song, "Phoolon Ka Taron Ka" is from the movie "Hare Rama Hare Krishna". This song is usually heard on radio stations, television and almost everywhere, especially on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan. Sung by the legendry Kishore Kumar, it is a very sentimental song in which a brother is telling her distressed sister that she in one amongst thousands and that they will always live together. Though this world may not understand her agonies, but she can always share her problems with him.

Yeh Rakhi Bandhan Hai Aisa...
This stunning song is from the Hindi movie 'Beimaan'. It is sung by the renowned singers Mukesh and Lata Mangeshkar. This is a very harmonious song in which the brother and sister are describing how splendid their relationship is. The sister is singing that their relation is like the relation of moon and rays, earth and sky, cloud and wind. Every sister is filled with respect and faith for her brother. The brother is singing that he is filled with tears on Raksha Bandhan and considers his sister as invaluable.

Now that you know some of the classic Rakhi songs without which the incredible festival of Raksha Bandhan seems to be incomplete, try to learn their lyrics, set the right tune and sing them to your respective siblings. They may laugh at first but they wont be able to deny the nostalgia trip that these songs would send them on.