Celebrate Raksha Bandhan With These Rituals & Attain Happiness and Glory

Raksha Bandhan is observed every year on the Purnima Tithi of Sawan, and this is why it is also called Rakhi Purnima. Just like every other Hindu festival, Raksha Bandhan is also celebrated with proper rituals. So, celebrating this auspicious occasion with correct rituals is important, but if you are unaware of it, this blog by AstroSage will help you out! This blog will provide you with significant rituals of the Raksha Bandhan day celebration, along with the auspicious Muhurat for the same.

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Let’s start this blog by informing you about the auspicious Muhurat for celebrating Raksha Bandhan this year.

Raksha Bandhan: Auspicious Muhurat

Raksha Bandhan Thread Ceremony Muhurat will begin at 06:14:56 and end at 17:33:39. It will last for 11 hours and 18 minutes. The afternoon Muhurat for Raksha Bandhan will start at 13:41:57 and end at 16:18:03.

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Things Required For Ritualistic Raksha Bandhan Celebration

  • Rakhi: Rakhi holds great significance in the celebration of this festival. It is a sacred string or thread that a sister ties on the wrist of her brother. Purchase a rakhi in advance to avoid any mess on the day of Raksha Bandhan.
  • Early Bath: On the day of Raksha Bandhan, both the brother (s) and the sister(s) must wake up early to take a bath. Soon after that, worship the deities and take their blessings.
  • Fasting: Sisters in many parts of our country observe a fast on this day for the happy, healthy, and long life of their brothers. This fast is observed until the Rakhi ceremony is performed.

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  • Rakhi Puja Thali: Rakhi Thali is another important item in the celebration of this day. Sisters decorate Puja Thalis with love and dedication and arrange things in it with enthusiasm.
  • Tilak Ceremony: Tilak plays a vital role in any auspicious ceremony in Hinduism. Applying the Tilak on the brother’s forehead is a symbol of opening knowledge/wisdom/third eye.
  • Aarti: Aarti is performed to safeguard the brother from evil’s eye. The flames of the sacred lamp protect the bond of brother and sister in the real world.
  • Tying Rakhi: Here comes the most crucial part of the whole ceremony. This is where the sister ties the sacred band on her brother’s wrist and wishes him success and good luck. Brother, in return, promises his sister to protect her and stand with her in every situation.
  • Sweetening Brother’s Mouth: Then, the sister offers sweets to the brother to add sweetness to their holy bond.
  • Exchange of Gifts: This is the most awaited time by the sisters. Brothers present their beloved sisters with gifts and money to end the ceremony.

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