Raksha Bandhan 2022: The festival of Raksha Bandhan, tied with Raksha Sutra, shows the love and unbreakable relationship between brother and sister. Every girl waits for this throughout the year to tie rakhi on their brothers’ wrists. On the day of Rakshabandhan, sisters tie beautiful rakhis on the wrists of their brothers and pray for their long life. Brothers give gifts to their sisters on Rakshabandhan and take a pledge to protect them throughout their life. This festival is celebrated every year on the full moon day of Shravan month.
Day and Time for Rakshabandhan
This year the festival of Rakshabandhan will be celebrated on 11th August 2022 on the day of Shravan Shukla Chaturdashi-Purnima. The special thing is that this year sisters will tie rakhi to their brothers during Pradosh period. Pradosh Period is indeed very special for this occasion.
Will not be celebrated on 12th August
According to the almanacs, the full moon will start from 10:39 am on Thursday, August 11, which will continue till 7:06 am the next day on August 12. Due to less than three Mahurat on 12th August, the festival of Rakshabandhan will be celebrated only on 11th August and Rakhi will be tied only during Pradosh period.
Best Mahurat for Rakshabandhan
According to Pandiji this time on Raksha Bandhan, Bhadra will remain from 10:39 am to 8:52 pm on August 11. According to the scriptures, Rakhi is not tied in Bhadra Mahurat, so sisters will be able to tie Rakhi to their brothers after 8:52 pm on 11th August. According to Mahurat Panditji for Rakshabandhan, this time the best time to tie Rakhi will be from 8:53 to 9:15 pm on 11th August. In this, along with the Pradosh period, the best Choghadiya will also be present.