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Raksha Bandhan celebrates the pure bond that exists between siblings. It literally translates to ‘safety’ and ‘bond’, may be a celebration of this very bond that exists between siblings. The promise to always be there, to always protect, regardless of what the circumstances. it's a celebration of the unconditional love that only a sibling can provide. The festival may be a time-honoured ritual of protection, the best gift that siblings give one another .
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Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is widely known annually on the complete moon within the Hindu Month of Shravan which for the year 2020 falls on August 3. annually there's a specific time which is taken into account optimal for completing the ritual. This year, the ‘muhurat’ is from 9:28 within the morning till 9:17 within the night.
As most Hindu rituals, Raksha Bandhan is rooted in history and mythology. During the events of the Mahabharat, legend dictates that when Lord Krishna accidentally nicked his finger on his ‘sudarshan chakra’, Princess Draupadi tore a bit of her saree and tied it to his finger to prevent the bleeding. Lord Krishna was so touched by this gesture that he vowed to always protect and cherish her.