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Girls buying Rakhi in the lower market for Rakshabandhan.
- According to Jyotirvid Madan Gupta, on August 22 this year, on the day of Rakshabandhan, Shravan Purnima.
This time there will be no shadow of Bhadra on Raksha Bandhan, the festival of the holy relationship of brother and sister. The festival of Rakshabandhan will be celebrated on August 22 this year in Dhanishta Nakshatra. According to Jyotirvid Madan Gupta, on the day of Rakshabandhan, sisters will tie rakhi on the wrists of their brothers and wish them long life, as there is no shadow of Bhadra on the day of Rakshabandhan. The importance of this day has increased further with Dhanishta Nakshatra and Shobhan Yoga being Shravani Purnima on Rakshabandhan on Sunday.
On the other hand, the full moon of the fast will be celebrated on August 21. There are many important fasts and festivals of Hindus continuously in the month of Bhadrapada. Therefore, there has been an increase in the markets for the purchase of gifts. Apart from this, Rakhi shops have also been decorated in the market for Rakshabandhan. By tying Rakhi in the Bhadra-free period, there is an increase in good fortune. This time Bhadra will not be seen on Rakshabandhan. For tying Rakhi, on the full day of the full moon, the experts have divided the duration by determining the yoga in different ways.
The full moon of Sawan will start from 6:10 pm on Saturday, August 21, which will end on Sunday, August 22, after 5.1 pm. The festival of Rakshabandhan is on Sunday. Last year, the impact of Karena was considerable, so the rank in the markets was negligible. The businessmen were killed by Kareena.
In such a situation, the shopkeepers in the markets were disappointed due to the slowdown in the festival of Rakshabandhan, but this time the effect of Kareena has reduced considerably. So the market is very crowded. However, now the danger of Corona has started increasing. The number of patients is increasing. Now Karena may increase in the coming days.
Auspicious time to tie Rakhi: Lucky Timings: 22nd August from 05:50 am to 6:03 pm. Best time for Raksha Bandhan in the afternoon: 1:45 to 4:15. Rakhi was earlier called Raksha Sutra. Also called Kalawa or Mauli. This Raksha Sutra turned into Rakhi. The Raksha Sutra is colloquially called Rakhi, which is an aberration of the Sanskrit word ‘Rakshika’ of the Vedas. In medieval times it came to be called Rakhi.
Rakshabandhan is considered a symbol of the unbreakable love between brother and sister. On this day sisters tie rakhi to their brothers and ask for their protection and prayers for their long life. Its brightness is not being seen in the markets and this time the effect of corona epidemic on the festival is visible better than last year. Last year there was no crowd on Rakshabandhan due to Karena.