Raksha Bandhan is otherwise called Rakhi Purnima celebrated in Shravana month during full moon day or Purnima day. This year, Raksha Bandhan falls on Sunday, August 22, 2021. Peruse on to find out about it.
Raksha Bandhan, prevalently known as Rakhi, is quite possibly the main celebrations celebrated in India. This propitious celebration is committed to the devout connection between a sibling and a sister. Sisters tie a string around the right wrist of their siblings, petitioning God for their long life, while siblings take a promise to secure their sisters.
Raksha Bandhan is otherwise called Rakhi Purnima, celebrated in Shravana month during full moon day or Purnima day. According to the Georgian schedule, it falls in the long stretch of August consistently.
Raksha Bandhan 2021: How it is celebrated?
On this day, sisters apply tilak to the sibling’s temple and tie a hallowed string ‘Rakhi’ on their wrist as a characteristic of friendship and petition God for his long life. The siblings, consequently, offer blessings and guarantee to ensure her for their entire lives. Notwithstanding, the day is celebrated the whole way across the nation, and furthermore in Nepal. As indicated by legends, the beginning of the Raksha Bandhan can be followed back to the day Lord Krishna was flying a kite and cut his finger.
Around then Draupadi, the spouse of Pandavas, was so troubled to see him hurt that she tore a piece of material and attached it to his draining finger. Krishna was profoundly moved by this motion and vowed to take for her from evil. Krishna acknowledged it as ‘Raksha Sutra’ and when the Kauravas endeavored to disrespect her. With Krishna’s gifts, Draupadi’s sari became perpetual when Dushasana had a go at undressing her. This is the manner by which Shri Krishna saved Panchali very much like a sibling shields a sister from all indecencies.