Indian festivals raksha badana

Raksha  Bandhan festival is considered as one of the biggest festivals of Hinduism.  This raksha bandhan is the festival of brother and sister's love.  There is a tradition of celebrating Raksha Bandhan on the full moon of Shukla Paksha in the month of Shravan.  On this day, sisters tie rakhi on their brother's wrist to wish him long life and get blessings.  In return the brothers promise to protect the sisters.  The date of such a meaningful festival has created confusion this time.  Some are saying that Rakhi festival is on August 11, while others are saying that it is on August 12.  Apart from that, Bhadra's shadow has also fallen on Raksha's arrest this time.  So Rakhi should be tied as Bhadra period ends.  So let's know in detail about the history of Raksha Bandhan, its importance, exact date, safe season and auspicious time to tie Rakhi.  # History and Significance Legend has it that Raksha Bandhan can be traced back to the day Lord Krishna accidentally cut his finger from the Sudarshana Chakra.  After cutting the finger, Daupadi, the wife of Pandava, saw that Lord Krishna was in pain and immediately tore a piece of her cloth and tied it to Lord Krishna's bleeding finger.  Considering this as Raksha Sutra, Lord Krishna promised to protect him from all the evils of the world.  When the Pandavas lose a game of dice against the Kauravas, the Kauravas attempt to abduct Daupadi.  At this time Krishna blessed the 1 Nalasi sari to be as long as the Kauravas could pull it, 

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