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    Question Rakhi

    Are rakhis sold anywhere in Hong Kong?

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    what are they?

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    You could try the Indian stores in Chun King Mansions ?

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    "Rakhis" are a decorative thread - am important part of an upcoming Indian festival on the 9th.

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    sorry, can't help you then.. just thought i may have seen whatever they are around and not known it....

    good luck and enjoy the festival!

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    yes the indian provision store in chungking does sell them. $4-$5 each...

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    Thanks scr, silk. Where is chunking mansions?

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    Chungking Mansion is in Kowloon, near the Holiday Inn hotel. If you live on Hong Kong side, you can try calling the Indian provision store in Wanchai to see if they sell Rakhis and save you a trip to Kowloon, or try the video stores in Melbourne Plaza, Central.

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