Raksha Bandhan is going to be celebrated soon on 30th August, 2023. Every year, this festival is celebrated in the holy month of Sravana.
Rakhi Poornima festival is dedicated to siblinghood so, sisters and brothers eagerly wait for this day. No matter how far or near they live or the differences they have in everyday life, sisters and brothers share their love and special bond on this day.
Although it comes every year, Rakhi is awaited by everyone. People send rakhi to UK as well as other parts of the world to be part of this lovely and thoughtful celebration. The month of sravana is considered to be very special in the holy Indian calendar and Rakhi celebration makes it extra special.
Thus, make most of out of it and celebrate it with your adorable siblings.
Sisters tie a rakhi thread on their brothers wrists. This symbolizes love, affection, care, respect, and adoration which the siblings hold in their hearts for each other.
What is the best time to tie Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan?
The best time to perform the rituals of Raksha Bandhan is during Aparahan, which falls later in the afternoon on the day of Raksha Bandhan as per the rituals. If this time in unavailable, then tying a rakhi during Pardosh time is the next best idea. It is also an ideal time to perform the Rakhi rituals on this festival.
Shubh Muhurat for Raksha Bandhan 2022
|ShubhMuhurat for the Rakhi Tying Ceremony
|06:07 AM to 05:59 PM
|Total Duration for Rakhi Tying Ceremony
|11 Hours 52 Minutes
|Aparahan Time during Raksha Bandhan 2022
|01:44 PM to 04:23 PM
|2 Hours 40 Minutes
|Commencement of Rakhi Purnima
|30th August 2022 at 09:28 AM
|Conclusion of Rakhi Purnima
|31st August 2022 at 07:05 AM