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2015 Raksha Bandhan Date, Time, Muhurat & Auspicious Time to Tie Rakhi

rakhi Date 2015

What, if we give you a good news, instead, an awesome news, that, Rakshabandhan is on 29th of August this year i.e. falling on the second most awaited day of the week ‘Saturday’. And you might be thinking what’s so special in this?

The special thing over here is that this year Rakshabandhan is falling on the weekend i.e. Saturday, and you will be able to enjoy your ‘Rakhi’ for two days, as the next day after your celebration ends is, Sunday. And this is a hurrah factor! Isn’t it?

So for all those sisters around the world, this Rakshabandhan festival is going to be an awesome and relaxed one, for you will be able to enjoy, celebrate, tie rakhi, get gifts from your beloved brother, party, eat delicious sweets, offer sweet to your brother, enjoy pleasure of yummy chocolates, roam with your brother around the streets and more joyously, this Rakshabandhan 2015.

Apparently, here is the detailed chart of auspicious time and muhurat to tie Rakhi this 29th of August, 2015:

Fortunate Time (Shubh Muhurat) to Tie Rakhi: 13:50 to 21:11

Furthermore Details:

Aparahan Time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat = 13:54 to 16:23
Duration = 2 Hours 29 Mins
Pradosh Time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat = 18:52 to 21:11
Duration = 2 Hours 18 Mins
Bhadra Punchha = 10:15 to 11:16
Bhadra Mukha = 11:16 to 12:59
Bhadra End Time = 13:50

Purnima Tithi Begins = 03:35 on 29/Aug/2015
Purnima Tithi Ends = 00:05 on 30/Aug/2015

 

It is better to follow some rituals and respect the trends formed by ancestors. And according to certain rituals, it is believed that the best time to tie Rakhi is during Aparahan. And if you miss the Aparahan, then not to worry, one may also tie Rakhi during Pardosh.

However it is generously advised people to not to tie rakhi or fulfill any sort of sacrament or ceremony during Bhadra period. Read about Bhadra Period, its dos and don’ts and more here: http://hindustories.blogspot.in

Does your brother live in another country/city?

Not to worry, so what if your brother lives far away from you, Babla Rakhi is here to serve you not only with Rakhi sending service, but also with the eternal love called feelings in the form of a beautiful rakhi, a message drafted by you, a lovely Rakshabandhan greeting card, a Cadbury dairy milk chocolate, and last but not the least Roli Chawal (Tikka) so as to fulfill the momentum with utmost joy and pleasure, a moment so irresistible to make your brother forget about the fact of her sister being far away from her, a moment where gifts will be in the form of tons of divine blessings evolving from his heart.
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