Raksha Bandhan 2022: Puja timings, Shubh muhurat, Time to tie rakhi

Raksha Bandhan 2022: Puja timings, Shubh muhurat, Time to tie rakhi

Raksha Bandhan is a celebration that celebrates the love between siblings and relationships. The shubh muhurat and puja timings for the event are all included below for your convenience.

The important event of Raksha Bandhan has arrived in the year 2022. It’s a chance to celebrate sibling love and value the relationship. It is widely observed as a holiday throughout all of India. Beautiful rakhis, homemade sweets, presents, and puja enhance the joy of Raksha Bandhan. Religious rites are essential to any Hindu event. Sisters honour their brothers on Raksha Bandhan, tying rakhis around their wrists as they recite the Raksha Mantra and offering prayers to God. It infuses his life with positivity and drives out all the negative forces.

This year Raksha Bandhan is on August 11. However, according to the Hindu calendar it can be celebrated on two dates- both August 11 and August 12. It is celebrated on the full moon day of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month which is also known as Shravan Poornima or Kjari Poonam. In the month of Shravan, the full moon date of Shukla Paksha will start at 10.38 am on Thursday, August 11. Purnima Tithi will last till 7:05 am on Friday, August 12. The auspicious timings for the day are as follows:

Purnima Tithi starts at 10:38 am on Thursday, August 11.

Purnima Tithi ends at 07:05 am on Friday, August 12.

Bhadra Time starts at 10:38 am on Thursday, August 11.

Bhadra Time ends at 08:51 pm on Thursday, August 11.

Shubh Muhurat for Rakhi is between 08:51 pm to 09:12 pm on Thursday, August 11.

Astrologers say that since August 12 will also be Purnima Tithi, Rakhi can be tied at any time on that day. So, August 12 can be used to celebrate the event. On August 11, anyone who wishes to tie a rakhi can do so, but after Bhadra time. Shubh Muhurat for Rakhi on August 12 are as follows :

Abhijeet Muhurat will start from 11:59 am to 12:52 pm on Friday, August 12.

Shubh Choghadiya is from 12:52 pm to 02:05 pm on Friday, August 12.

Aarti, gift-giving, and tying the Rakhi are just a few of the charming traditions that surround Raksha Bandhan. Families tend to get closer and relationships are stronger at this time of year. The fact that Hindu holidays bring the entire family together under one roof is their best feature.

In addition to the family, the holiday is frequently celebrated with distant cousins and other relatives. Through ceremony, the event emphasises love and harmony while bringing together people from various ethnic and religious backgrounds and overcoming biological family barriers. Raksha Bandhan is extremely beautiful because of this.

Rakhi Kale

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