Raksha Bandan 2023 : Date ,Time , Subhmuhurat ,History

Raksha Bandan 2023 – It is a festival celebrated by hindus to show the love and bond between the brothers and sister. Every year, the celebration takes place on the Poornima Tithi (full moon day) of Shravan Maas (the month of the swan). On this day, siblings honor one another by engaging in a number of traditions. Brothers swear to guard their sisters, love and appreciate them, and present them the gifts they admire while sisters tie rakhi on their brother’s hands, apply tilak on their foreheads, and pray for their prosperity and long lives. However, brothers now also fasten the Rakhi on the hands of their sisters. By tying Rakhi on each other’s wrists, sisters also commemorate the occasion. You need to be fully aware of this celebration if you and your siblings are remembering the day. Learn more by scrolling through.

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Raksha Bandan 2023 Date and Time – 

In this year Raksha Bandan comes in 30 and 31 August .According to hindu calender the two dates are come due to bhadra kaal for which you should not tie rakhi on bhadra kaal . Thus the bhadra kaal will end on 9:15pm on 30 August and the Raksha Bandan bhadra will last from 5:30pm to 6:31pm. The Raksha bandan bharda start on 6:31pm and end at 8:11pm on 30 August. Thus the Poornima Thiti starts on 30 August at 10:58pm and ends on 31 August at 7:05pm .

Raksha Bandan history 

Hindus place a great deal of importance on Raksha Bandhan. One of the myths surrounding this occasion comes from the Mahabharata epic. According to legends, Lord Krishna sliced his finger on the Sudarshan Chakra by mistake. Draupadi noticed this and tore a piece of fabric from her saree, tying it to the wound to halt the bleeding. She made a touching gesture, and Lord Krishna pledged to look out for her always. When the Kauravas attempted to embarrass Draupadi in front of the Hastinapur royal court, he kept his word and prevented her from being publicly humiliated.

Raksha Bandan 2023  subhmuhurat –

The subhmuharat time of Raksha Bandan 2023 are –

31 August 2023 – 5:58 AM to 7 :34 AM

31 August 2023 – 12:21AM to 3:24AM

31 August 2023 – 5:08 pm to 8:08pm 

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Raksha Bandan rituals

All married and unmarried woke up early in the morning and start preparing to make food and doing decorations

Wear a new clothes and dresses

Some people will tie Rakhi on Laduu Gopal Ji and Lord Hanuman Ji

Decorate a plate with Tilak , rakhi and sweets 

Younger brother even get blessings by touching feet of elder sister

Women break their fast after Rakhi celebration

Raksha Bandan 2023 school holidays 

School breaks for Raksha Bandhan have been declared for 2023 in all Indian schools. However, some schools have announced a holiday for August 30 while others have set August 31 as their last day of classes. This is due to Bhadra kaal, which means that one of these days will be used to celebrate the Rakhi festival in 2023

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Raksha Bandan 2023 wishes 

Here are some messages of Raksha Bandan 2023 which you can share with yours siblings and cousin 

1 – To the most kind and considerate sibling, happy Raksha Bandhan. On this year’s auspicious Rakhi occasion, I send you my best wishes for happiness and prosperity.

2 – I pray for my brother to have peace, good health, happiness and all the best things in life today and always. Happy Rakhi, bhai.

3 – You always kept me safe and took care of me when I was upset. You would be a superhero if they really existed. I’m grateful, big brother. Greetings on Raksha Bandhan.

4 – I appreciate you being such a great brother. You were always my closest buddy, watching out for me and ensuring that my road was clear. Dear, happy Raksha Bandhan.

5 – The kindest and most beautiful sister in the world is mine. I appreciate you being the finest and coolest! My life wouldn’t be the same without you. Greetings on Raksha Bandhan.

6 – May we become closer every day and may our love for one another blossom forever. Greetings on Raksha Bandhan.

Raksha Bandan 2023 time

Event Raksha Bandan Date and time
Purnima last Date31st August (07:05 AM)
Raksha Bandhan 2023 Time
30th August 2023 (11:00 AM)
Rakhi 2023 Bhadra End Time30th August 2023 (09:01 PM)
Raksha Bandhan 2023 Muhurat Start Time9:00 PM of 30th August to 8:08 PM on 31st August 2023

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