It is always a sweet memory for siblings to tie a ‘rakhi’ as part of Raksha Bandhan festivities.
Pooja Sharma, a resident of Indore, has planned to make the celebrations this year even sweeter by making ‘chocolate rakhis’ by herself at home, for selling purpose.
Made of milk and chocolate, these rakhis are edible and can last for many days. Designed in the shapes of different cartoon characters and other forms, they come in wide variety.
While, children can look forward to ‘rakhis’ designed with cartoon characters, youngsters can purchase ‘rakhis’ that come with colourful laces, ribbons etc.
Besides, different flavours, these chocolate ‘rakhis’ come in different gift packs as well. Depending on the budget, customers have the option of picking the size, design and packing format.
Apart from being a perfect blend of gift and sweetness, these rakhis are cost effective and pocket friendly.