Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is the festival of brothers and sisters. It means a bond that protects.

On the day of the Festival, sisters tie rakhi on the wrists of their brothers, reminding them of their promise to maintain this relationship with equal love and courage for the rest of their lives and wish for the brother’s long life.

This is celebrated every year on the full moon date of Sawan month.

Mother Lakshmi is pleased by reciting Kanakdhara Stotra and Vishnu Sahasranama on Rakshabandhan and both brother and sister get the boon of health.

During the Mahabharata war, Draupadi had tied a rakhi on Krishna’s hand to protect him. During this war, Kunti also tied a rakhi on the wrist of her grandson Abhimanyu for protection.

The right hand is considered to be the hand of actions of permanent life. God accepts the donation, worship, and religion done with the right hand. Offer Rakhi to God and worship.

Many gifts are sold in the market on the day of Rakshabandhan, there is a rush of people in the market from morning till evening to buy gifts and new clothes.

God bless, and be with the family. Don’t let sorrow be near you, may happiness always be at your door, Be cheerful in life, and do not face sorrows.

It is a festival that strengthens the love of brother and sister, on this festival, all the families unite and share their love by giving Rakhi, gifts, and sweets.

Whenever sister ties Rakhi to her brother on Rakshabandhan, then brother definitely gives some gift to them. Brothers should keep in mind that they should never gift sharp or prickly things to their sisters on Rakshabandhan.





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