No other festival entails the sibling rivalries, the affectionate bond of friendship and everything foe and friendly, quite like Raksha Bandhan. It is surprising how the annoying anecdotes of youth turn to fond memories when you look back at them in the visage of a decade. As someone who is always there for you despite the nagging nature you so fondly associate with them, siblings in many a ways are like cats and dogs who have discovered friendship after a history of wars.
At Dog with Blog, our readers shared these moving montage featuring sisters tying Rakhi to their canine brothers.
‘Why?’ you ask.
Because dogs are brothers too!
Chaitali with the only brother she has ever truly known.
August 28th also saw the beginning of ten-day Onam celebrations, the harvest festival celebrated to honour King Mahabali, whose rule as the legend runs, coincided with peace, prosperity and happiness. To welcome him, entrances to homes are decorated with flowers arranged in beautiful patterns. Dr. Praseeda Satheesh has shared this innocent capture of his best friend Ruby lending more colours to the Onam festivities.
Because dogs are brothers too! https://t.co/UG8b50Ep1P
Rakhi pictures; courtesy: Parul, Ankoura and Aditi. pic.twitter.com/swOZ1EavVC
— Abhishek Joshi (@kaalicharan) August 8, 2017