Raksha Bandhan 2017
Muhrat For Raksha Bandha 2017.
Bhadra Mukha = 07:55 to 10:01
Bhadra End Time = 11:04
Purnima Tithi Ends = 23:40 on 7/Aug/2017
Raksha Bandhan 2017 is widely known in Shravana month for the period of full moon day or Purnima day.
The great time to tie Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan is throughout Aparahna which is late afternoon consistent with Hindu division of the day. If Aparahna time is not available then Pradosh time can be suitable to participate in rituals regarding Raksha Bandhan.
Raksha Bandhan rituals must now not be completed for the period of Bhadra. Bhadra is malicious time which should be kept away from for all auspicious work. Most Hindu devout texts, including Vratraj, propose to preclude Bhadra time to tie Rakhi in the course of Raksha Bandhan competition.
It will have to be famous that Bhadra prevails for the period of first 1/2 of Purnima Tithi. consequently one should look ahead to Bhadra to get over earlier than beginning any auspicious work. In North India it’s original to tie Rakhi in the morning which would not be suitable time to do it. The DrikPanchang’s workforce believes that it might be due to lack of information. When such understanding is comfortably on hand one must avoid tying Rakhi throughout Bhadra.
Some sources suggest to avert Bhadra Mukha and participate in Rakhi ceremony during Bhadra Punchha if it needs to be performed for the duration of Bhadra in early morning. nonetheless our team was now not in a position to search out any authority to validate this notion.
To avoid doing Rakhi ceremony at an inauspicious time you want to check some Panchang like DrikPanchang.com to search out the correct time to participate in it. We list all Shubh timings which might be available to tie Rakhi for many cities across the globe.
Raksha Bandhan, the auspicious ‘bond of safeguard’ celebrating brother-sister relationship can be observed on a working day this year. The festival commemorating the bond of affection, religion, obligation and guarantees would fall on 7th August 2017. ‘Raksha bandhan’ or ‘Rakhi’ has a socio-cultural connotation as it’s celebrated no longer simply amongst Hindus however other various communities as good. Legendary Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore had suggested to emphasize on Rakhi as a way to infuse communal concord amongst Indians throughout the British empire.
Hindu mythology has its own legends and fables with reference to the pageant’s religious significance. When Lord Vishnu defeated the demon ‘King Bali’ thrice, he was once compelled to stick with the latter as a boon granted to him by using the former. in order to get her husband again, Goddess Laxmi tied a thread on Bali’s wrist and requested for a gift she desired as a token of their brother-sister relationship. The demon king humbly fulfilled his sister’s wish. The prayer recitations for the duration of the pageant are drawn from old Sanskrit scriptures.