Date of Raksha Bandhan 2020 is on Vikram Samvat 03rd August, Monday
India, a land of festivals, celebrated with great dignity and pomp are enjoyed by people all over the world. How can we forget the bonding of fraternals though apart in their adulthood? This special occasion of love, care, respect, and appreciation is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Shravan and according to the Hindu calendar in the month of August.
When is rakhi 2020?
According to the rakhi 2020 date in india calendar this year it is highlighted on 3rd August 2020 Monday.
Shubh Mahurat to Tie Rakhi on 3rd August 2020
- 6:15 am to 8:45 am IST
- 10:15 am to 11:45 am IST
- 2:45pm to 6:15pm IST
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Rakshabandhan Celebration Vidhi
A decorated rakhi thali with little kumkum(Roli), akshat(Rice), Diya to perform arti of brother followed by sweets adds flavors to the rituals.
Importance of Rakshabandhan
The best blessing ever got from almighty is this great bonding with each other through this holy festival “Rakshabandhan”
The name Rakshabandhan itself means ‘bond of protection’. It is a festival of celebrating together as a single-family. The holy mantra is also chanted by sister while tying the thread which says that I am tying a thread on you which was tied to Bali the powerful demon-king. People celebrate this special family occasion with great zeal and enthusiasm
“Oh Raksha you should be firm, do waver”
I always believe from the bottom of my heart that this strong thread will protect every brother from evil forces.
Importance of Lumba Rakhi
These rakhis are designed in a special way for sister- in- law. It was originated from Rajasthan and highly acceptable in all Hindu communities. They wear this with the bangles. The bonding between a sister and sister-in-law shows deep affection and adores their relationship.
Why do we celebrate RakshaBandhan and tie rakhi?
Since ancient times rakhi is always tied on the right hand as it symbolizes the strength and motivates the brother with special care to protect his sister with all love and gratitude.
History of Rakshabandhan
There are some mythological and historical stories on rakhi day
There is one story of Mahabharata that when queen Kunti ties a simple thread called rakhi to Abhimanyu and Arjun during battles of their protection. The queen here was a grandmother of the sons of Subhadra Abhimanyu and Arjun.
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