This unique Hindu festival is observed in India and other nations, such as Nepal, to represent the bond of affection between siblings. The Hindu lunisolar holiday of Raksha Bandhan is held on the day of the full moon in the month of Shravana, which corresponds to the Gregorian calendar month of August.

Raksha Bandhan is a particular event that is celebrated every year. It is known to have its roots in ancient times, and there are many stories associated with it. As a celebration of sibling obligation, Raksha Bandhan is observed. All kinds of non-biological brother-sister connections between men and women are celebrated at this event.

On this particular day, a sister will knot a rakhi around her brother’s wrist in an act of prayer for his good fortune, health, and well-being. The brother promises to protect his sister at all times in return for gifts and presents from him. The holiday is also observed by brother-sister pairs who are distant siblings, cousins, or other family members.

This year’s celebration will be observed on Wednesday, 30 August, according to Drik Panchang. However, you can also knot a rakhi on the 31st of August due to Bhadra Kaal.

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Why not celebrate Raksha Bandhan on Bhadra Kaal?

According to astrologer and Vastu consultant Rosie Jasrotia, “Bhadra Yoga is given extra consideration in every auspicious activity because the beginning or finish of Mangal Utsav at the time of Bhadra period is seen as unlucky. The Puranas claim that Bhadra is the sister of Lord Shani and the daughter of King Suryadev. Shani, its character is also believed to be harsh.

Lord Brahma ensconced him in Vishti Karan, a significant area of the Kalgana or Panchang, to control his temperament.  Sisters shouldn’t knot the Rakhi on their brother’s wrist when there is a shadow of Bhadra because it is unlucky on the day of Raksha Bandhan.

The festival of Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated in 2023 on the 30th of August. Beginning at 10:58 AM on the 30th of August and lasting until 7:05 AM on the 31st of August, respectively, is the Purnima Tithi.

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