Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day of Shravan (also known as Savan) every year. Hence, it is also known as Rakhi Purnima. It is a day to celebrate the love of brothers and sisters. The sister ties the rakhi around her brother's wrist and wishes him well, while the brother promises to protect his sister. This day is also known as His Rakhri in some regions. He is one of the most important festivals in India.

Raksha Bandhan Muhurat
Raksha Bandhan occurs on the days when the Purnima (full moon) of the Hindu Shravan month rules during Aparahan Kar. However, you must adhere to the rules listed below.

1. Raksha Bandhan rituals cannot be performed if Bhadra has fallen into the Aparahan Karl of Purnima. In such cases, the next day, if Purnima prevails in his three muhrats on the first of the day, the ritual can be performed on the Aparahankar on the second day. Because at that time Sakarya Padit His Purnima will be present.

2. If Purnima is not popularized in the first three Mukhlats of the next day, there will be no Sakaryapadit Purnima. In such circumstances, Raksha Bandhan can be celebrated on the first day after the late Bhadra of Pradsh. Therefore, they celebrate the festival before Madhyahn.