A celebration which we sit tight for quite a while after Diwali to celebrate with our kin is practically here. Bhai Dooj turns into the most ideal day to prod our siblings and sisters and commend the solid bond. It is the day to secure sisters and show them the affection which we scarcely do. However, while we are having a fabulous time planning for this happy event, what’s superior to TikTok to help the state of mind and force each other’s leg.
Bhai Dooj is on October 29 this year, and we are good to go to commend it with the Chinese video-making application. India.com has curated a rundown of Bhai Dooj melodies and music for all of you to make recordings on TikTok. A large portion of them are amusing and some are enthusiastic.
Bhai Dooj or Bhai Phonta — the ritual that follows Diwali in many parts of the country is not just a holiday. It’s an auspicious occasion for brothers and sisters, carrying the same significance as that of Raksha Bandhan: the sister protects the brother from all evils by her symbolic tilak (in Bhai Dooj ), thread (in Raksha Bandhan). In return, the brother takes a pledge to protect his sister. It’s also celebrated as Yama Dwitiya in the southern parts of India.