Full moon to be observed for 2 days but Rakhi is celebrated on 15th August because of this reason!

Aug 14 2019 04:20 PM
Full moon to be observed for 2 days but Rakhi is celebrated on 15th August because of this reason!

You can tell everyone that in 2019, the Shravan Purnima is on 2nd day i.e. 14th and 15th August. Yes, today, the full moon of the fast on 14th August and the second day, that is, on 15th August, the festival of Raksha Bandhan is going to be celebrated. On this day, the full moon will be bathed. Now the question in everyone's mind is why the festival is being built on 15th August when 2 days is the date of the full moon.

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In fact, the Raksha Bandhan carries the date of Parahyana Vyapini and if the full moon is two days or on that day, it should be renounced. According to the scriptures, both the Raksha Parva and the Faguni are forbidden in Bhadra and the subjects in Shravani are the Kings and Faguni. At the same time, the full moon date is on 14th August i.e. today at 2.45 pm, which is scheduled to last till 4.30 pm on 15th August.

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So, from 15 a.m. to 4.23 p.m., sisters can tie defence sutras on their brothers' wrists, and the whole pious, friendly and auspicious coincidence is on the 15th of August, for the reason that it is decided to celebrate the Raksha Bandhan on 15th August. Fair. On the Shravan Purnima, the Sage Tarpan Kriya Performs is performed by the Brahmins and the Sanskrit Day and Independence Day are also celebrated on 15th August.

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