According to the Hindu Panchang, the festival of Rakshabandhan is celebrated every year on the Purnima Tithi of the month of Shravan. In the year 2020, Rakshabandhan, the festival is going to be celebrated on 3 August, Monday. To make this occasion more special, AstroSage has brought to you an exclusive sale which gives you an opportunity to buy selected astrology products and services at discounted rates. So, hurry up and click on the button given below to know more about this Bumper Sale.
On this holy festival, sisters tie a Rakhi on the wrists of their brothers and pray for their longevity and happiness. We all know that in Hinduism, no holy deeds are considered to be complete without Mantras. So, let us tell you today about such a sacred Mantra in this blog today, which the sisters must recite while tying a Rakhi.
Connect With World’s Best Astrologers On Call @ AstroSage Varta
Recitation of this Mantra at the time of Tying Rakhi
The festival of Raksha Bandhan is dedicated to the unwavering and imperishable love which exists between brothers and sisters, which has been celebrated since many years ago. This festival is also mentioned in the history of Mahabharata, Bhavishya Purana and also the Mughal period. We will tell you further in this blog about a mythological legend pertaining to Rakshabandhan. At present, it is also mentioned in many places in the pages of history that whenever any defense/holy thread is tied on the wrist of a person, then at that very moment, the native should chant the Mantra mentioned below. This helps in achieving greater progress and success in all spheres of life.
Most people still follow it methodically. During the festival of Rakshabandhan, sister also ties Raksha Sutra (Rakhi) on her brother’s wrist. It is believed that if a Rakhi is tied on the wrist of a brother while chanting this particular Mantra, it will make the brother-sister’s relationship stronger, and the brother gets blessed with longevity. Let us know this divine Mantra.
येन बद्धो बलि: राजा दानवेन्द्रो महाबल:!
तेन त्वामभिबध्नामि रक्षे मा चल मा चल !!
yena baddho bali: rājā dānavendro mahābala:!
tena tvāmabhibadhnāmi rakṣe mā cala mā cala !!
This Mantra means that “The protective thread which was tied to the extremely benevolent King, Bali, I tie the same sacred thread on your wrist, which will protect you from all adversities forever”.
After the defense thread is tied on the brother’s wrist, he should say that “I swear by the obligation of that sacred thread sister, I will always protect you from each and every trouble and adversity.
Do You Have Riches In Your Future? Order Your Raj Yoga Report Now!
Draupadi also Tied Rakhi to this Deity
This festival, which is said to be a symbol of brotherly love, has been celebrated since the ancient times. Many mythological beliefs have also been associated with this festival. According to a story, during the Mahabharata period, Lord Krishna cut off a finger of his, while killing “Shishupala”.
When Draupadi’s eyes fell on the blood emanating from Lord Krishna’s severed finger, she panicked and hurriedly tore the “Pallu” of her sari and tied the cloth on Shri Krishna’s finger to stop the bleeding. This incident took place on the full moon date of the month of “Sawan”. Hence, it is believed that the tradition of tying Rakhi started after this event and the festival of Rakhi is celebrated all over the world till date with much joy and fervour.
AstroSage has come up with an exclusive sale on the ocassion of Rakshabandhan. Click on the button given below to know more about this Sale.
Hope the above information would satisfy your quiz on Raksha Bandhan and meet the requirement of information seekers on the subject!
Thank you all for being involved with AstroSage!