All of you will be aware that the festival of Rakhi is celebrated all over India. Sisters across the country are eagerly waiting for the rakhi to be tied on the brothers' wrists, and this time the rakhi was on August 15. On the day of Rakhi, the brothers are also preparing to give gifts to the sisters by tying up rakhi, but today we are going to tell you about a village where the festival of siblings not even mentioned and do not like this festival. In fact, we are talking about The Village of Sambal in Uttar Pradesh, of Benipur Chuck, where the brothers have left out their wrists for three hundred years.
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Yes, the elders there do mention the incident that took place with their ancestors and lost their ancestor's zamindari in a deception, which is why the people of Mehr Gautra in the Yadav caste do not celebrate the Raksha Bandhan festival. The story behind it is something like that. It is said that the formerly elderly Janpad Aligarh village of Tehsil Atraula lived in Semrai and the village was dominated by Yadav and Thakur, but the Yadav family dominated the zamindari.
At the same time, there was a rapport between the people of both castes. The Thakur family tied the son to the daughter of the Yadav family, he asked for a buffalo, and when the daughter of the Thakur family tied the rakhi to the son of the Yadav family, he took the first word.
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The Yadav family thought that some items would be asked for in the gift but that did not happen and Thakur's daughter asked the Yadav family for the zamindari of the village and everything. After that, the Yadav family decided to leave the village by giving zamindari and settled in the village of Sambhal, Benipur Chuck.
It is said that even from the time of Dada's grandfather, the Raksha Bandhan festival is not celebrated among the Yadav families of Mehr Gautr and this tradition has been going on for years. The youngsters here say, "Belief what the elders have said. We will not break the tradition introduced by our ancestors. Keep on playing and playing the tradition," he said.
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