Thursday, 11 May 2017

How Raksha Bandhan is Celebrated?

How and When Raksha Bandhan 2017 and is going to be celebrated? I hope this question is alleared in your mind too, not in yours? I think Yes. Ok, so let me answer. Raksha Bandhan is the Hindu festival of bond of Love between Brother and Sister's relationship. It is celebrated every year in all over India. It occurs on a full moon day in Sravana that is the month of August. This year i.e 2017, Raksha Bandhan is going to be celebrated on Monday,  07th August 2017. You may also like Happy Raksha Bandhan Images.
Happy Raksha Bandhan 2017

Significant of Raksha Bandhan

We all Indians already know that the basi significance of Raksha Bandhan is to strengthen the bond of love between siblings. It is also called as "Rakhi" festival.

How Raksha Bandhan is Celebrated?

Are you excited to know, How Rakhi is celebrated in all over India in August? On the full day Moon, this precious day for all Brothers and Sisters is celebrated by tying Rakhi on Brother's wrist by Sister. In exchange, brother gift her and promise to keep holding her hand in every worst situation in her life. They also eat delicious sweets like Barfi, Rasgulla, Gulab Jamun and Choclates. Let me tell you exactly what sisters do on this day from Morning to evening.

On the day of ths lovely festival sisters get up early in the morning, have a bath and then pray to lord Ganesha and then perform aarti of their brothers, put tilak and rice in their forehead and tie a beautiful Rakhi on their wrist. Then they exchange gifts and sweets and share them with all over family and this auspicious day will be celebrated with lots of funs and love.

Siblings who are living far away from each other, send their wishes through phone, Whatsapp, Facebook or Messages and Rakshi is sentthrough the post. You may like our Happy Raksha Bandhan SMS.

This is the process held on this festival day, every ever in whole over India country. It is celebrated from histroy. According to the Indian medieval history, Queen Karnavati of the Rajput Kingdom, Chittor had sent a Rakhi to Humayun the Mughal Emperor of Delhi seeking his help against Bahadur Shah of Mewar. Emperor Humayun knew about the significance of Rakhi in the Hindu community hence accepted her request to protect Queen Karnavati.

From then, Raksha Bandhan celebrates eternal bond between brothers and sisters in all over the country with lots of love.