Raksha Bandhan, a tradition which celebrates the bond between brothers as well as a sister is among the most important celebrations in India. Also known in the form of Rakhi
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on Purnima Tithi (Full Moon Day) during sacred month Shravana (a month that is dedicated to the god of Shiva, Lord Shiva) according to the Hindu calendar
Raksha Bandhan pays homage to the bond between sister and brother .Sisters tie a sacred thread known as Rakhi and bind their brother's right wrist following some rituals.
The thread of sacred significance symbolizes security and protection. you can read to find out the reason Rakh
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on Purnima Tithi i.e. on the day when the moon is full that falls in Shravana. This calendar year Raksha Bandhan will be observed on August 11
The holy scriptures do not specify a specific time when to take off the thread of sacred significance. This means that it could be removed after the festival has ended.
Which hand is you secure the Rakhi have to be secured? Rakhi is normally held in the left hand.
Which direction should brothers sit when tieing Rakhi? Rakhi? The boy must be facing to the west when he is tied the Rakhi. The tradition can differ in different regions.
Raksha Bandhan Vidhi – Then, apply tilak on the forehead of your brother, then, shower him with Akshat.
– Offer a kerchief or stole to your friend to help to cover his crown head. – Then , place the coconut and its husk on the palms of his hands.
– As he holds the coconut with his left hand and ties the Rakhi to his right wrist. – Give him a sweet treat to him and then perform the aarti by lighting