Every year Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on Purnima Tithi (full moon day) of Shravan month. On this day sisters tie rakhi on their brother’s wrist and wish him a prosperous life and in return brothers take a pledge to protect their sisters. In 2022, Rakshi Bandhan will be celebrated on August 11, 2022. As per the panchangam, the auspicious time for tying Rakhi is from 10:38 am to 9:00 pm at night. There are many Hindu mythological stories about Rakshabandhan. So let’s here know what our Puranas say about the origin of Raksha Bandhan.
According to legend, the origin of Raksha Bandhan is connected to the epic Mahabharata. It is said that during the Mahabharata, Lord Krishna’s finger got hurt by Sudarshan Chakra, and was bleeding. Seeing this, Draupadi tore a piece of her sari and tied it to his hand to stop the bleeding, and from then on this piece of cloth evolved as an emblem of the sacred thread.
Hey, use these best Raksha Bandhan Tamil and Malayalam quotes, images, posters, wishes, greetings, and messages to greet your sister/brother.
Best Tamil and Malayalam Quotes, Images, Posters, Wishes, Greetings, and Messages to greet your sister/brother on Raksha Bandhan 2022
In the cookie of life, you my dear sister are the chocolate chips. Happy Raksha Bandhan.
This Raksha Bandhan, I pray to God that, may our bond of love continues to grow stronger with each passing year.
Wish you all the love and health on this auspicious Raksha Bandhan Day. I love you always my sweetest sister. Happy Rakhi 2022.
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