During the favorable Hindu celebration of Raksha Bandhan, a sister ties a Rakhi on the wrist of her sibling. They feed each other desserts, and the sister applies tilak on her sibling's brow.

Raksha Bandhan is perhaps of the most favorable Hindu celebration in the year. It checks and praises the caring connection among family.

On this day, sisters tie a Rakhi on the wrist of their siblings and wish them a prosperous life, while the siblings vow to safeguard their sisters all through their lives

Whenever you venture out or get progress throughout everyday life, you go to your kin to fill them in regarding that.

ndividuals consider Raksha Bandhan to be a day to see the value in their kin and the extraordinary bond they share.

Date and muhurat: There has been a great deal of disarray this year about the date of Raksha Bandhan. This time, Raksha Bandhan can be praised on both 11 August and 12 August

Shravan Purnima falls on 11 August. Purnima will begin at 10:38 am on 11 August and end at 7:05 am on 12 August as per Drik Panchang.

In any case, we will likewise need to remember Bhadra. Bhadra isn't the ideal opportunity to tie Rakhi as per fanciful convictions

As per Drik Panchang Bhadra would go on till the main portion of Purnima and end at 8:51 pm on 11 August Thus the Rakhi can be tied after 8:51 pm on 11 August till Purnima that is 7:16 am on 12 August

The historical backdrop of Raksha Bandhan traces all the way back to the hour of Mahabharata. At the point when Lord Krishna had once cut his finger