Raksha Bandhan 2023 Live: Rakshabandhan will be celebrated tomorrow, know the time of Bhadra, Muhurta to tie Rakhi and complete information

Raksha Bandhan 2023 Live: The festival of Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on 30 and 31 August 2023. This year Bhadra is being celebrated on Rakshabandhan, so this festival will be celebrated for two days. According to the scriptures, Rakhi should be tied to brother only in auspicious time on Raksha Bandhan. For this one must see the Bhadra period, because tying Rakhi in Bhadra is considered inauspicious.

Every year on the day of Raksha Bandhan on Sawan Purnima, sisters tie Raksha Sutra on the brother’s wrist for his progress, good health and bright future, in return, brothers also give gifts to their sisters and promise to protect them. Come let’s know the auspicious time of Rakshabandhan in the year 2023, auspicious yoga, all the information from method.

Importance of Rakshabandhan

The festival of Rakshabandhan has been celebrated since ancient times. When King Mahabali took Lord Vishnu with him to Patal, mother Lakshmi disguised herself as a Brahmin and tied a rakhi to King Mahabali and asked him to promise to take Vishnu back to heaven, which Mahabali fulfilled.< /p>

This festival has been celebrated in every era. In Dwapar Yuga, when Shri Krishna’s finger was cut off by Sudarshan Chakra while killing Shishupala, Draupadi tore her sari’s pallu and tied it to his finger. Kanha promises Draupadi that he will protect her like a brother at all times.

Rakshabandhan 2023 Date

Shravani or Sawan Purnima Tithi is starting from 10:58 am on 30th August and will end at 07:05 am on 31st August. Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on August 30, but due to Bhadra being there throughout the day, there will be auspicious time to tie Raksha Sutra at night. Bhadra will also start only after the full moon date starts, which will remain till 09.01 in the night. In such a situation, on the night of 30 August at 09.02  From 31 August till 7.35 in the morning, you will be able to tie Raksha Sutra.

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