Five gifts for your brother this Rakshabandhan
Rakshabandhan is a celebration of love and responsibility. It is a festival which is not constrained by a particular religion, caste or creed, but by the purest form of love between a brother and a sister.
Rakshabandhan is around the corner. The gift-shops are flooded with a variety of options, making it difficult to pick one.
Here are five unique gift ideas, which will help in choosing a great gift for your beloved brother.
1. Portable Party Speaker:
A portable party speaker is very popular among men these days. A sporty speaker with high quality of Dolby surround sound, with inbuilt power bank and echo-cancelling system is a great thing to gift your brother. JBL and BOAT are some of the popular brands.
Concerned about your brother’s rash riding? Here’s a gift idea which shows both your fashion sense and ‘care’. There is a wide range of helmets available in the market. You can choose the one which suits your brother’s bike and personality.
3. Paid Subscriptions:
A paid subscription to your brother’s favourite streaming service (Amazon Prime, Netflix, etc.), Apps or even magazines is a great gift. No doubt you can keep him happy for the entire year.
4. Male grooming kit:
Gone are the days when grooming was exclusively for women. ‘Male grooming kit’ is also an excellent gift for your brother.
The gift does not prove a sister’s love. But, love, along with a great gift is nothing less than icing on the cake.
A guitar is undoubtedly the best gift you can give to your brother. It has a certain charm to it, which enhances one’s persona. Gift your brother a Guitar Bro combo with a linden wood Guitar. It is a revolutionary product that makes it simple, fun and quick for anyone to learn guitar at home. It’s a self-learning device and comes with an Instruction Book, Video Lectures picks and a songbook. In no time, your brother will start strumming and he will do nothing but thank you.
The gift does not prove a sister’s love. But, love, along with a great gift is nothing less than icing on the cake during Rakshabandhan.