The festival of Raksha Bandhan is considered to be a very sacred festival. It is a festival that every brother and sister are eagerly waiting for. On this day, the sister binds her brother with a rakhi and takes a word from him to protect himself. The festival of Raksha Bandhan is a celebration of brothers and sisters. The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm by the people of most religions and the day is celebrated with great pomp and happiness.
So today we are going to tell you when Rakhi will be celebrated this time and what is the auspicious Muhurat of tying the Raksha Sutra. The festival of Rakhi will be celebrated this time on 15th August, the day on Thursday and after a very long time in the month of Sawan, the day of 15th August in the Chandra Pradhan Shravan Nakshatra is a coincidence of Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan. At the same time, this time on the defence bond, there is a long time of tying the rakhi. Yes, this time from 5.49 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Rakhi Bandhan Panchang -
Rakhi 2019: August 15
Time of Raksha Bandhan Ritual- 05:53 to 17:58
PM Muhurat - 13:43 to 16:20
Full Moon Date Start - 15:45 (August 14)
Full Moon Date Expires- 17:58 (August 15)
Bhadra Ending: Before Sunrise
History of Raksha Bandhan - once Lord Krishna had killed King Shishupal. During this time, Krishna's left hand began to bleed from the finger. Draupadi was deeply saddened by this and ripped off a piece of his sari and tied it to Krishna's 'finger ' which stopped the flow of much . Since then, Krishna had accepted Draupadi as his sister. Years later, lord Krishna saved Draupadi's status when she lost the Pandava Draupadi in gambling and was being ripped off in a big meeting. Since then, Raksha Bandhan has started.