Trending Traditional Presents To Gift Your Sister This Rakhi

Trending Traditional Presents To Gift Your Sister This Rakhi

Someone has rightly defined siblings as the first best friends in our lives. We would like to add that, while friends may come and go at different stages in life, siblings are always there for each other, no matter how far apart they are.

Rakhi is a day of celebrating this unique bond of love between brothers and sisters. While some brothers are always blessed with one or more sisters in their life, the ones that don’t eventually find their soul sisters with whom they can celebrate Rakhi together.

While every brother waits for this day, there’s always this question that keeps bugging them around the time of Rakhi: What should I gift my sister(s) this year for Rakhi? Our suggestion is to go with the traditional gifts and for more than one reason. First, they are ideal to celebrate a day that represents Indian culture. Second, in this day and age, traditional gifts carry a unique significance when every other gift is all about the latest tech.

In this blog, we are going to cover some of the best traditional gifts to celebrate this Rakhi most perfectly. So, without further ado, let’s begin!

1) Copper Drinkware

We’re going to start with the most popular kind of traditional gifts that are making rounds in the market today: copper utensils. It’s the same copper vessels that were used by our ancestors for thousands of years, and they’re back for good. If you’re confused about which utensil would be ideal for to gift your sister, here are some suggestions to help you find better (do check out their pics):



There are many more, you can check them out by clicking right here!

2) Brass Serveware

Yet another well-recognized type of traditional gifts that you can give to your sister is brass serveware. While copper is good for drinking, brass is the best option for serveware. The most appealing thing about brass utensils is their yellowish radiance that offers a sharp resemblance with Gold. Don’t believe us? Here is some evidence for you.


3) Silver Plated Articles

Now, if you are looking for a more premium range of gifts for this year’s Rakhi, then this section is for you. There is a wide range of silver plated gift sets that you can choose to gift to your sister, and they’re not limited to utensils. From bowls sets and cutlery to storage boxes and Pooja essentials, silver, and its magic runs across all of them. Here are some of our favorite picks for Rakhi gifts:

Silver Plated Gold Polished 4 Glasses with 1 tray

Silver Plated Om Design Rudraksh Pooja Thali

Silver Plated Bowl Set

4) Bronze Utensils

Last but not least in our list is yet another kind of traditional utensils that are believed to be the oldest among them all. Take a look at a few of them:

Bronze Dinner Set

Bronze Bowl Set


Now, we know we have been exclusively covering traditional utensils in this blog. The thing about these utensils is that they have several health benefits when food or water is served in them.



The reason why we chose traditional utensils over anything else for this year’s Rakhi gift is that we have been asked a lot specifically about them, especially from young people. We’re glad that today’s generation is very much inspired by these traditional utensils, and we make every effort to ensure that they can find them easily through our website.

This Rakhi, we’re offering a flat 12% off on all the products on our website. Shop your favorite traditional gifts from Indian Art Villa and order them online to get them delivered at your doorsteps, no matter where you live in India.

What other traditional gift ideas do you have? Let us know in the comments below and classically celebrate this Rakhi by gifting your sister traditional presents from Indian Art Villa!

Author: Virendra Taluka

Virendra Taluka is the founder of Indian Art Villa, a company that specializes in copperware, brassware & bronzeware kitchenware, home decor and spiritual items. With over 18 years' experience in the industry, Virendra has dedicated his career to preserving the rich cultural heritage of India through his work. With a team of skilled artisans, he started producing high-quality brass utensils, copper utensils, and other household items that quickly gained popularity across the country.