Raksha Bandhan 2020: Rakhi to be tied on wrist of brothers sitting away from home in Lockdown, Post Office giving facility
Raksha Bandhan 2020: The biggest festival of brotherhood is Raksha Bandhan on 3 August. On this day, the sister wishes her long life by tying the Raksha Sutra on her brother’s wrist. But, this time Rakshabandhan will be possessed by Coronavirus. Rakhi market has been sluggish. The main reason for this is that Rakhi (Rakhi) has not been ready this time due to the workers leaving in Lockdown. Meanwhile, the Post Office Rakhi has given gifts to the sisters on Rakshabandhan. Under which, booking services (Send Rakhi to Brother) have been started to decorate Rakhi on the wrist of brothers who are far away in lockdown. That is, the sister can send Rakhi to her brother through the post office. However, this facility has been introduced at some places at the moment.
Rakhi can be sent from post office
In this episode, Chandigarh Postal Division has started booking services for Rakhi. According to the post office, it will be able to send rakhi to brother in around 35 countries along with the country. Postal Division has introduced Rakhi Mail Booking Service facility at 43 post offices in Chandigarh, 25 in Mohali and 27 in Ropar. The postal department will try to get Rakhi delivered before Rakshabandhan.
Must send Rakhi soon
According to the Post Office, due to the Corona crisis this time, Rakhi will have to be sent quickly so that it can be delivered on time. Rakhi will be sent across India through Ordinary Post, Registered Post as well as Speed Post. Apart from Punjab and Chandigarh, the post office has kept the cut off date for sending rakhi to 25 July. At the same time, July 28 has been kept for Punjab and Chandigarh.
Box will be separate
The post office has planned separately for Rakhi amid the Corona transition. For this post offices will have separate box and bag facilities. People have been told to keep the rakhi box and bag in the envelope. For this, a special envelope of Rakhi will also be given by the post office. Special arrangements have been made for National Shirting Hub to deliver Rakhi on time. Manoj Kumar, Senior Superintendent of Post Offices of the Department of Posts, Chandigarh Division, said that the post office is making all arrangements on its behalf to deliver the rakhi on time. A special drive will be run for this. Rakhi will be delivered from 8 am to 11 am on Sunday, August 2.