Raksha Bandhan 2022: This year the Raksha Bandhan is the most important festival for Hindu Community which is also called Rakhi Bondhon in Bengali. This year the auspicious day falls on August 11, 2022. The Tithi will begin at 11:08 AM on Aug 11, 2022. And the Tithi will end at 07:35 AM on Aug 12, 2022, in Bangladeshi Time. The time will be 30 minutes less from Bangladeshi time to get Indian Time.
Raksha Bandhan 2022
Raksha Bandhan comes from the Sanskrit word, where ‘Raksha’ means ‘protection’ and ‘Bandhan’ means ‘to tie. So Raksha Bandhan means ‘to tie the knot of protection. The day is celebrated all over the world where Hindu Religion People live with their Family and Relatives.
Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon according to the Hindu Calendar the month of Shravan on Purnima day and that’s why it is also called Rakhi Poornima.
Raksha Bandhan 2022 Time and Tithi
Raksha Bandhan is generally celebrated on the last week of July or the first week of August. This year Raksha Bandhan 2022 will celebrate on August 11, 2022. Everyone should know the Shubh Muhurat to Tie Rakhi on the day.
According to the Drikpanchang, the Purnima Tithi of Raksha Bandhan 2022 will begin at 11:00 AM on August 11, 2022. The Tithi will end at 07:35 AM on August 12, 2022.
- Purnima Tithi Begins – 11:08 AM on Aug 11, 2022
- Purnima Tithi Ends – 07:35 AM on Aug 12, 2022
Muhurat to Tie Rakhi
- Raksha Bandhan Thread Ceremony Time – after 09:21 PM
- Duration – 11 Hours 49 Mins
Raksha Bandhan Bhadra End Time – 09:21 PM
Raksha Bandhan Bhadra Punchha – 05:47 PM to 06:48 PM
Raksha Bandhan Bhadra Mukha – 06:48 PM to 08:30 PM
Muhurat is available after Pradosh only when Bhadra ends
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About Raksha Bandhan
During the rituals, sisters pray to the lord for the long life of their brothers. And sisters tie Rakhi or the thread on the right wrist of their brother. They also apply tilak, offer sweets, and perform aarti. Brothers in return buy them a gift showing their gratitude.
If sisters are married, they generally invite their brothers over for lunch and spend the day together with their families. An array of dishes including sweets like barfi, kheer, halwa, and laddoos are prepared at home during the festival.