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This year, the festival of Rakshabandhan will be celebrated on August 3. But unfortunately, most people won’t be able to meet due to the pandemic. Now, while WhatsApp messages and calls would be a great way to share emotions with siblings, one can further use Rakhi stickers to make things a little more interesting. Here’s how you can download and send Happy Rakhi stickers on WhatsApp for Android and iOS.

Download and Send Happy Rakhi Stickers on WhatsApp

On Android

You can easily add Happy Rakhi stickers on your WhatsApp through third-party apps available on Google Play Store, as follows.

1] To begin, download the Rakshabandhan Stickers app on your phone. You can search for “Rakhi Stickers” on Play Store to browse through and download similar apps of your choice.

2] Once the app is installed, open it, and select the sticker pack that you like.

3] Click “Add to WhatsApp” and select WhatsApp or WhatsApp Business (if you’re using both the apps).

4] WhatsApp will now ask whether you want to add the selected sticker. Tap Add to confirm the prompt.

That’s it. The rakhi stickers have now been added to your WhatsApp.

To send the freshly downloaded Rakhi stickers, open the chat with the contact and hit the emoji icon next to the text bar. Then, select ‘Stickers’ from the bottom row and tap the desired sticker to send it to the contact.

You can further tap the “+” icon to add or manage your WhatsApp stickers.

On iOS

Now, while WhatsApp for iOS does support stickers, we don’t see any specific third-party sticker pack for Rakshabandhan. However, you can create your own Rakhi stickers using the Sticker Maker app.

Besides, you can also use interesting Gifs, images, quotes, and videos to wish your siblings and relatives.

Wrapping Up

This was a quick guide on how you can download and install Happy Rakhi stickers on WhatsApp for Android and iOS. By the way, what have you planned for this Rakshabandhan? Do let us know in the comments below. Stay tuned for more such articles.

Also, read- 8 JioChat Features That WhatsApp Doesn’t Have

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Ritik is highly fanatic about technology since childhood. At GadgetsToUse, he accounts for how to's and tips & tricks, followed by occasional jots of news, leaks, and comparisons. When he's not working, you'll find him enjoying riding his motorcycle.