Rakshabandhan: Rakhi is not tied only to brother, know interesting things related to the festival

The major festivals of Indian culture also include the name of Rakshabandhan. On this day, the sisters tie a rakhi on their brothers' wrists. Let's know about some interesting information related to Rakshabandhan.

Know about special things related to Rakshabandhan

In general, Only sisters tie rakhi on their brother's wrist, although it has been seen many times that Brahmins, Gurus and leaders or dignitaries, members of the household, are also tied Raksha Sutras.

In many places, Rakhi is tied not only to brothers, gurus, Brahmins etc., but there is also a tradition of tying rakhi to deities, trees etc.

-Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh which is a very big organization, the men of the Sangh tie saffron-coloured rakhi to each other on this day.

While this festival is celebrated all over the world including India, it is celebrated differently in our neighbouring country Nepal. On this day, a Rakhi is tied in the hands of the Guru on Rakshabandhan.

Rakshabandhan is also known as Nariyal Poornima in Maharashtra. In Maharashtra, people also change their Janeu after bathing in the river.

There is also a tradition of tying Ramrakhi and Chudarakhi or Lumba in Rajasthan on the day of Rakshabandhan. Ram Rakhi is tied to God, while Chudha Rakhi tied to sister-in-law.

How does Rakshabandhan celebrate?

On the day of Rakshabandhan, Sister ties a protective coat to her brothers' wrists and in return, he presents her sister with a gift. They also promise to protect their sister. This festival of Rakshabandhan is dedicated to the unwavering love of brothers and sisters.

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