India land of rich ethics, diverse culture, festivals has enormous energy to bond emotions to its best. The festival of Raksha Bandhan is a best example of eastern ideas of well knit family to stay in best manner and discipline with obligation of love for brother and sister.
Happy #Rakhshabandhan to all friends. Celebrate festival of joy would start from 9:29 am and would stay till 12:30 pm. Unlike previous years, this year, Bhadra will end at 9.28 am in the morning.
In the holy month of Saavan, the Shravani undertaking on the full moon day of Shukla Paksha is the biggest festival for Brahmins, and for years according to the Hindu tradition, Raksha Bandhan is also celebrated on the same day. On the joyous festival which is going to be celebrated on August 3, it is not suggested to perform the ceremony till 28 minutes past 9 am, so it is not considered auspicious to tie a Kaal Rakhi till 9.28 am.