For Raksha Bandhan, schoolchildren make rakhis for army personnel.

Students from diverse schools in Delhi and Tamil Nadu handed over self-made rakhis to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh . The students designed the rakhi for the troops who were patroling the boundaries .

New Delhi (India), August 6: Students from diverse schools in Delhi and Tamil Nadu handed over self-made rakhis to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday ahead of the Raksha Bandhan festival.The students designed the rakhi for the troops who were patroling the boundaries.The Defence Minister told school students that he would send their handmade rakhis to soldiers who serve the country.Singh said to Singh, the country's defence minister, that I myself will provide these rakhis to the three service chiefs so they can reach the jawans of all three services.I will provide these rakhis to the three Services Chiefs, so they can reach all the jawans, according to Singh.

According to Subramaniam, 75,000 rakhis have Tirukkural printed on them, and another 75,000 rakhis are handmade.On this occasion, a total of 21 students from Delhi were present along with their teachers.Manoj Muntashir, a poet and lyricist, and Dr. Rama Subramaniam also made their presence known.Muntashir performed the song Teri Mitti Mein Mil Jawa, which was written by him at the Defense Minister's request.

Soldiers are our true heroes.We all regard soldiers who cannot return home as our brothers; they should be the first to tie rakhi, according to Khanna.Soldiers protect our country, they contribute to the country, they help us, so we should also contribute by sending them rakhis made with our own hands, Aishwarya, a modern convent school student, said.These rakhis are all handmade, prepared in Tamil Nadu, and approximately 25,000 are made in the Santhali language, which we know is the language of our tribal brothers and sisters, and the president comes from the Santhali community, according to Vijay.