Raksha Bandhan:Festival Celebrating the Bond Between Brothers and Sisters

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Popularly known ‘Rakhi’, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in India in the month of Shravan, also called Sawan, which generally falls on July or August. This year, we are celebrating Raksha Bandhan on August 3, i.e., today.This year Raksha Bandhan is falling on the last Monday of the auspicious month of Sawan. There are many other very rare coincidences as well. Astrologers believe their effect will also be profound.


According to Pandit Sunil Sharma, this Raksha Bandhan is an auspicious coincidence after 29 years. At the same time, it is after 558 years, Guru and Shani will be retrograde in their zodiac on the full moon in the month of Sawan.This year has a special yoga. Unlike every year, Bhadra will end at IST 9:30 in the morning. Sisters can tie Rakhi after IST 9:30 AM.


The festival of Raksha Bandhan is special for every sister and brother. Sisters buy colourful and attractive Rakhis for the brothers. This day symbolizes the unbreakable relationship between brothers and sisters. So, celebrate it with positive spirits.


Even though this year Raksha Bandhan is free from Bhadra and Eclipse. Brothers and sisters living away from each other in the times of Corona must be careful. Celebrate Raksha Bandhan from where ever you are. Dress up and cook delicious food and meet each other virtually through video calls.

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