Raksha Bandhan 2022- Date, Time, History and How to Celebrate

The festival signifies the never-ending love of the brother-sister bond. which is not restricted to blood-related interpersonal relationships and Cousins, sister and sister-in-law (Bhabhi), fraternal aunt (Bua), nephew (Bhatija), and other relatives join in on the festivities.

Raksha Bandhan History

Raksha Bandhan is merely one of the many teachings we may learn from the Mahabharata, which also teaches us how to live a lovely and honest life. One day in the Mahabharata, Lord Krishna sliced his finger, and a lot of blood began to flow.

As soon as Draupadi noticed, she tore a piece of fabric from her saree and placed it over the finger to stop the bleeding. The little piece of cloth was then made into a rakhi.

Because of the sacred thread, she sewed to the robe, Krishna pledged that he would defend her from all harm for the rest of his life.

Draupadi’s pride is protected by Krishna by offering an enormous piece of fabric when the Kauravas attempt to strip her naked by ripping her hair, bringing her to the court, and manhandling her.

Raksha Bandhan 2022 Date and Time

Raksha Bandhan honors the unique link that exists between a brother and his sister. The name Raksha Bandhan literally translates to “security” and “friendship.” The event is held on the day of the full moon, or Purnima, in the Hindu calendar month of Shravan.

Every Indian adheres to the principle of timing and completes all tasks or pooja after consulting the priest regarding the Subh Murata for the day, 2022. Rakhi tying is best done between 8:51 and 9:13 p.m. on Thursday, August 11, which marks Raksha Bandhan.

How to celebrate Raksha Bandhan

Sisters create a gorgeous plate for this holiday that contains rakhi, treats, Diya, tika, and some rice. As a sign of her trust and faith in her brother, the sister first applies a tilak to his brother’s forehead before tying the thread (rakhi) on his left wrist.

After tying the rakhi, the sister gives the brother candy and prays for his long life and good health. The brothers then give their sisters presents and candy in return, in addition to making a promise to keep them happy and safe.

During this holiday, relatives visit one another’s homes. Homemade sweets are made, and everyone in the family is dressed in new attire.

The unbreakable link of love, care, and respect is symbolized by Raksha Bandhan. However, the Rakhi (Raksha Bandhan) celebration has a greater message that emphasizes the importance of siblings and brotherhood throughout the world.

As a result, the Rakhi celebration spreads a socio-spiritual message highlighting the value of developing virtues and chastity in mind, word, and deed.