None of us can deny that having a sibling of the opposite gender is a blessing in disguise.
You don’t have to share your toys - because boys like cars and girls like dolls. And you can even break them without getting hurt.
You don’t have to wear your sibling’s out of use clothes - because boys wear shirt pants and girls wear frocks. And you can even spoil them without giving a thought.
You don’t have to compete in same interests - because girls aspire to be doctors and boys wish to become a businessman. And you can easily hide your poor scores by saying that it was difficult.
Isn’t it beautiful? A brother-sister relationship is all about the happy moments they create when they are together.
They have so many moments together, that brothers don’t need a confidant and advisor from outside, while sisters don’t need savings and protection from anywhere else.
As a matter of fact, girls get married and move to different destinations, leaving behind their brothers, who might never express or allow their sisters to feel, that they miss them.
The happy moments of a brother-sister relationship are precious to every single one of us. Feeding Trends has brought to you a few moments of a brother-sister relationship, which everyone cherishes.
They share their belongings with each other and also sacrifice their belongings for each other
They scold each other like they are parents of each other and also get scolding from parents together
They fight with each other and can also fight with the world for each other
They steal each other’s share if sweets and also save money to buy gifts for each other
They wipe each other’s tears when either of them is hurt and also cry together whenever either of them is hurt by the other
These are some of the precious moments of a brother-sister relationship. Every year, on the festival of Rakshabandhan, Indians celebrate this bond.
Sisters tie Rakhi on their brother's wrist and receive gifts in return. Together, they remember the precious moments of their brother-sister bond and living together.
Do let us know your memories with your brother or sister, in the comments section below.