You all know that Rakhi is considered to be a symbol of brother-sister love and on this day the siblings celebrate the festival with great joy. The festival of Raksha Bandhan is scheduled to be celebrated on the 15th of this month. This time on the 15th of August and the Defence Bandhan being together, the Raksha Bandhan is also being celebrated as a national festival.
The highlight of this time's rakhi is that the demand for tricolour-coloured rakhi may increase and Rakhsha Bandhan is likely to see a nationality. If you look at the Panchang and Shubh Muhurat of Raksha Bandhan, there is no Bhadra on the Raksha Bandhan, but in the afternoon there is Rahukal that you should know and not tie the rakhi during that period. In Shubh Muhurat, the brothers can wish for longevity by tying rakhi flowing on their wrists.
Raksha Bandhan's Shubh Muhurat - Full Moon date will start at 2:47 PM on Wednesday, Wednesday, which will be from 4:23 p.m. on August 15. On the 15th of August, Rahukal is from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the day, so you can celebrate the Raksha Bandhan at any time in Shubh Muhurat except during the time of Rahukal.
19 years later, on August 15, rakhi is scheduled to be celebrated on August 15, Thursday, and it is happening 19 years later. Yes, the two festivals are scheduled to be celebrated together on Tuesdays in 2000.