Lumba Rakhi -The Bhabhi Rakhi
Ardhangini is the half of a man’s body. Hindus believe that after marriage, the wife becomes a part of the person, and more precisely half of him. The Lumba Rakhi signifies that she is accepted in his family and that she along with her husband can now sit for pujas and aartis.
The size can be adjusted by fastening the wooden gota patti ball.
Passing over traditions, we're more than happy to bring forth Patola & Ajrakh Lumba Rakhis. Lumba Rakhis are tied by the sister on the wrist of her Bhabhi. Connecting the dots of following the tradition of tying Rakhi and Patola & Ajrakh being symbolized as a 1000 year old traditional fabric, we created these colorful Patola & Ajrakh Lumba Rakhis.
These Lumba Rakhis can be later on used by your Bhabhi as tassels for their Indian Outfits and can remain as a long lasting memory.
FOR THE DIVINE PICHWAI COLLECTION
Pichwai (pichvai) is a style of painting that originated over 400 years ago, in the town of Nathdwara near Udaipur in Rajasthan, India. Lotuses, holy cows and veils of leaves digitally printed on silk in tones of pink, blue & everything bright.
For orders placed before 7am AEDT, we endeavour to process the same business day. Orders placed after 11am AEDT will be processed the next business day.
During sale events and new collection launches, there may be a slighly longer processing time.
All Auguste orders are hand-picked and packed with love from Byron Bay, Australie.
You can choose between a refund or a credit note on full priced items.
- Item(s) must be returned in their original condition and packaging: unworn, unwashed and with all tags attached.
- Earrings cannot be returned due to health and safety reasons.
- Return shipping methods and associated costs are the responsibility of the customer.
- Sale items can not be refunded for change of mind.