It is really Rakhi only if it is a Rakhi with chocolates

by Nancy Singh advertisement
Listen. We all know that festivities can’t do without sweets. Obviously. Especially most, if not all, Indian festivities need sweets. Many of them need not have chocolate, though.

But when it is a festival that involves siblings, which means some form of nostalgia about childhood, whether you’re 15, 55, or 85 years old, how can you not have any chocolate around?! It logically must follow, therefore, that you will end up celebrating Rakhi with chocolates.

Chocolates are universally loved, after all. And Cadbury chocolates, it goes without saying, are closest to our desi hearts. If you are looking to celebrate Rakhi with chocolate online, either for a sister or a brother, cater to their Cadbury cravings by heading over to our gifting website and find the most festival-appropriate gifts.

For example, there is the Happy Rakhi Sister’s Gift Box, which you can personalise with your sister’s pretty photo and name on the box itself. Choose her favourite mix of Dairy Milk and Silk chocolates, six in total. The box even tells her you think she’s the “world’s best sister”. How perfect is that — sweet, simple, and getting to the heart of the point, just like you both like it.

Do the same for your brother with the Happy Rakhi Brother’s Gift Box!

If you think you have gotten over your chocolate phase but aren’t super sure.

A clever way to celebrate this Rakhi with chocolates, even if you and your siblings now feel too old to include chocolates in your festivities, is to get a box of Happy Rakhi Silk Miniatures. This is a customisable box that can be personalised — choose from 4 different flavours of bite-sized Silk chocolates, and get a total of 24 tiny chocolate bars.

You’ll all have enough chocolate to go around without ever actually feeling like there is too much of it. Personalise the box with a nice photo of all of you together, perhaps. You won’t regret it one bit!

Another idea to bring in Rakhi with chocolates is to get cookies!

Shake it up a little! Get the Premium Cookies Tin Box as a subtle way to evoke nostalgia, and get hints of chocolate without committing to various chocolate bars. The tin box, reminiscent of many childhoods, comes with Cadbury Oreo Dipped Cookies, Oreo Vanilla Cookies, and Chocobake cookies. All put together, you and your siblings will be reminded of little snippets from your childhood, even if life doesn’t look quite the same now as it did then.

Still not sure? A sure winner with which to celebrate Rakhi with chocolates is.

The Happy Rakhi Satin Potli! A beautifully traditional packaging for what is, at the end of the day, a modern way to eat sweets during the festival, the glossy potli comes with a mix of four Silk chocolates of your choice. The very handy Rakhi, Lumba and roli chawal that come with this set ensure that you have covered all the basics too.

Whatever you choose, with Cadbury, you’ll be sure to celebrate in style!

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