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Interesting Facts about Rakhi Festival

Interesting Facts about Rakhi Festival

Nov 30, 2020

The festival of Raksha Bandhan, or the festival of siblinghood, is celebrated with immense joy on the day of Shravan Purnima. As per the Indian calendars, the various Purnima is Guru-Purnima, dedicated to gurus and teachers, Buddha Purnima, and Chaitra-Purnima. Also, the Poornima associated with the festival of Raksha bandhan is called Shravan-Poornima. This festival of Raksha Bandhan is dedicated to the relationship of love and duty of brother and sister. This day is celebrated with joy and zeal in the presence of designer Rakhi and Sweets by brothers and sisters. The whole family on this auspicious occasion gather at a place.

However, due to busy life and globalization, sometimes brothers and sisters are unable to meet at this festival of siblinghood. But sending rakhi online is now in fashion by which you can send rakhi to your brother online without any problem. Although only sending rakhi online can't compensate for the happiness of celebrating the festival together. Still, a sense of satisfaction can be created by sending the love to brother. Many of you aware of the facts associated with Raksha bandhan, yet for those who are unaware of this, we are accumulating several Interesting facts about Raksha bandhan.

Interesting facts about Raksha bandhan Festival

  • Raksha Bandhan is a popular Hindu festival that depicts a brother-sister love bond.
  • It is also called 'Rakhi' festival.
  • The festival of rakhi is celebrated with joy and pleasure in the Shravan month. Rakhi occurs on the day of the full moon or which is known as Purnima in Hindi.
  • On the pious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie a rakhi on their brother's wrist to show their love and affection.
  • Rakhi is always tied on the wrist of the right hand.
  • Raksha Bandhan is the last day of Sawan. Hence it is also known as Shravani.
  • It is celebrated in Nepal and Mauritius besides our country India.
  • On the day of Raksha bandhan, the famous AmarnathYatra of  Lord Shiva officially ends.
  • This festival is a festival that promotes love and brotherhood in society. This festival gives us a message of sacrifice and purity.
  • Raksha Bandhan is a festival that is considered to be a festival of brother and sister only.
  • In addition to raw yarn, the thread of rakhi is also of silk thread and expensive items like gold, silver.
  • The Sister ties her brother with a rakhi and wishes him a long life.
  • On this auspicious day, the sisters tie rakhi to their brothers. In return, brothers also give gifts to their sisters.
  • Also, the Raksha bandhan ceremony starts with Tilak by sisters and ends up eating sweets.
  • Also, in various places, people use to tie Rakhi to Trees and Gods.