The festival of Raksha Bandhan has arrived, and it is a time of great celebration. A time to honour and appreciate one’s brothers and sisters.
Each and every region of India gets fully involved in the celebrations.
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated with a beautiful rakhis, home-cooked treats, gifts, and puja.
Religious rituals are an integral part of a Hindu festival. Sisters worship their brothers by tying rakhis around their wrists and reciting the Raksha Mantra after offering prayers to god during the Bandhan festival.
It gives him renewed optimism and helps him let go of the past.
This year, Raksha Bandhan falls on August 11th. According to the Hindu calendar, it can be observed on either August 11 or August 12.
This festival is celebrated on the night of the full moon in the Hindu calendar month of Shravan (also known as Kjari Poonam or Shravan Poornima).