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Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) 2020

Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) 2020

Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) 2020 

   Date - 3 August

   Day-  Monday

Every sister waits for the day of Raksha Bandhan to tie a rakhi on her brother's wrist. This festival is celebrated on the full moon day of Shravan month. There are stories behind celebrating this festival. If we look at its beginnings, it is not a festival of brotherhood, but a Raksha Bandhan of victory. According to the Bhavishya Purana, the story which is found is as follows.

A long time ago, there was a war between the gods and the Asuras. War continued for 12 years continuously and finally the Asuras conquered the gods and conquered the three worlds including the throne of Devraj Indra. Indra then approached the planet Jupiter, the guru of the gods and sought advice. Brihaspati asked them to do defense legislation with chanting. Guru Brihaspati started the Raksha Vidhan Sanskar on the full moon day of Shravan month. During this Raksha Vidhan, Raksha Patali was strengthened by chanting. After the puja, this bundle was fastened by Devraj Indra's wife Shachi, also known as Indrani, on the right hand of Devraj Indra of this defense bundle. It was through this power that Devraj managed to defeat Indra and regain his lost kingdom.
Presently this festival is synonymous with love of sister and brother, it can be said that this is a festival to deepen the sacred relationship of brother and sister. On the one hand, while the sister gives a promise to fulfill her obligation towards the brother and sister, on the other hand, the sister also fasts for the brother's long life. On this day, the Rakhi sister who binds on the wrist of the brother is not just a thread or thread of silk, but she also has the power of the sister-brother's unbreakable and sacred bond of love and protection, such that the thread is seen in that ordinary thread. 

Let us know when Rakshabandhan is in 2020 and Rakshabandhan 2020 date and Muhurat. The festival of Rakshabandhan celebrates the full moon day of the month of Shravan every year; Hence it is also known as Rakhi Purnima. This festival is a celebration of brotherly love. On this day, sisters tie colorful ashes on their wrists for the prosperity of brothers, while siblings promise to protect them. In some areas this festival is also called Rakhri. It is one of the largest Hindu festivals.
Rakshabandhan Muhurta
The festival of Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in the month of Shravan on the day when the full moon is falling in the afternoon. However, it is also necessary to keep these rules in mind:
1. If there is Bhadra in the afternoon during the full moon, then Rakshabandhan should not be celebrated. In such a situation, if the full moon is in the first three Muhurtas of the next day, then all the rituals of the festival should be done in the afternoon of the next day.

2. But if the full moon is not in the first 3 Muhurats of the next day, then Raksha Bandhan can be celebrated on the first day after Bhadra, in the latter part of Pradosh period.
Although the afternoon period is not considered to be more important in some areas like Punjab, so there is generally a practice of celebrating Rakhi festival before midday. But according to the scriptures, it is completely prohibited to celebrate Rakshabandhan when there is Bhadra, no matter what the situation is.
This festival is celebrated without any prohibition when the eclipse is Sutak or Sankranti.
Worship of Rakhi Purnima
On the day of Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie Rakshi-sutras or rakhi on the wrists of brothers. They also wish the brothers longevity, prosperity and happiness.
While tying the Raksha-sutra or Rakhi, the following mantra is read, which the priest can also tie the Raksha-sutra to the priests by reading-
 Yen Badho Bali Raja Danvendro Mahabalah.
Then walk in the bad name of defense.
There is also an important story behind this mantra, which is often recited during the worship of Rakshabandhan. Once, Dharmaraja Yudhishthira expressed his desire to listen to such a story from Lord Shri Krishna, which liberates from all the sufferings. In response to this, Shri Krishna told him this story-
In ancient times, there was a struggle between Devas and Asuras for 12 consecutive years. It seemed that the Asuras were going to win in the war. The king of the demons had captured the three worlds and declared himself the lord of Trilok. Devoted to the persecution of demons, Indra reached the shelter of Guru Brihaspati and prayed for protection. Shravan Poornima was completed early in the morning.
In this legislation, Guru Brihaspati recited the above mentioned mantra; Also, Indra and his wife repeated this mantra back and forth. Indrani's wife Indrani transmitted power to all Brahmins in the Raksha-sutra and tied it on the wrist of Indra's right hand. Through the force derived from this sutra, Indra defeated the Asuras and regained the lost rule.

Another method of celebrating Raksha Bandhan is also prevalent. The women prepare for worship in the morning and put golden legs on the walls of the house. They then worship her with sevai, kheer and sweets. Then they tie a thread on gold. Women who put wheat earrings on Nag Panchami, keep that plant for worship. After tying a rakhi on the wrists of her brothers, she puts these earrings on the ears of the brothers.
Some people fast a day before this festival. Then on the day of Rakshabandhan, they tie rakhi with classical law and order. They also perform Pitru-Tarpan and Rishi-Pujan or Rishi-tarpan.

In some areas people also perform Shravan Pujan on this day. There this festival is celebrated in memory of mother-father devotee Shravan Kumar, who was accidentally killed by King Dasharatha.
On this day, brothers also give various gifts to their sisters. If there is no real sister, then this festival can be celebrated with cousin-sister or whatever you consider as a sister.
Stories related to Rakshabandhan
We have told some stories related to the festival of Rakhi. Now let us tell you some other mythological events which are associated with this festival -
According to beliefs, on this day Draupadi had torn some cloth from her sari and tied it after getting hurt on Lord Krishna's hand. For this generosity of Draupadi, Shri Krishna promised him that he would always protect Draupadi. That is why Lord Krishna came and protected Draupadi at the time of trying to rip off by Dushasan.
According to another historical legend, Rani Karnavati of Chittor sent a rakhi to the Mughal Emperor Humanyu to get help. Humanyu respected Rakhi and protected her sister from the Emperor of Gujarat.
• It is also said that on this day Goddess Lakshmi tied a rakhi on the wrist of Emperor Bali.

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Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) 2020 Gift Ideas

Raksha Bandhan  Gifts

If you have been bored by paying your sister every year, then this time on the occasion of Rakshabandhan, you can gift them some memorable things. We have brought 10 such gift ideas for you, which will make your sister's face be touched by this Rakshabandhan happiness.
Makeup Products - Makeup Products
Even if you like your sister without makeup, believe it, she would love to apply makeup. Many girls like cosmetics like lipstick, cream, mascara, eyeliner. If your sister also likes to use cosmetics, then there can be no better gift than this. She will be happy to see your gift. But keep in mind that before buying, you must find out their favorite makeup brand. It may not be that your given brand does not use it at all.

10 Raksha Bandhan Gift Ideas

1) Makeup Products

2) Cute Bag pack

3)Trendy Phone Cover

4)Hand Messenger Bag

5) Travel Wallet

6) Hand Bag

7) Clothes

8) Chocolates

9) Books

10) Trendy Laptop Bag

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