Raksha Bandhan 2020 Date, Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, Timings: This year, Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on August 3, 2020
Raksha Bandhan 2020 Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, Timings:
Raksha Bandhan is a traditional Hindu festival celebrated in India, Nepal and other parts of the Indian subcontinent. On this day, sisters tie rakhi or an amulet around their brothers’ wrists, as a symbol of a brother’s responsibility to care for and protect them.
Such a lucky coincidence came on Rakshabandhan after 29 years:
This year, Raksha Bandhan festival is falling on the last Monday of Sawan i.e. 3 August. Jyotishacharya Anish Vyas told that Rakshabandhan, the holy festival of brother and sister, will be very special this time because this year is becoming an auspicious coincidence of Rakshabandhan for all-purpose accomplishment and longevity Ayushman.
This auspicious coincidence on Rakshabandhan has come after 29 years. Also this year, the shadow of Bhadra and Eclipse is not falling on Rakshabandhan.
Auspicious Yoga is being made on Rakshabandhan
This year, along with Sarvartha Siddhi and Longevity Ayushman Yoga on Rakshabandhan, the Sun is becoming the composite of Saturn, Somvati Purnima, Moon of Capricorn, Shravan Nakshatra, Uttarshada Nakshatra and Preity Yoga. Before this coincidence was formed in the year 1991.
This combination is considered to be particularly fruitful for the agricultural sector. Before Rakshabandhan, there will be Bhadra from 8:43 pm on August 2 to 9.28 am on August 3. Along with this, longevity factor Ayushman Yoga will also be started from 7.49 pm.
Auspicious time for Rakshabandhan
Rakhi tying time- from 09:27:30 to 21:11:21.
Raksha Bandhan pm Muhurta – 13:45:16 to 16:23:16.
Raksha Bandhan Pradosh Muhurta – 19:01:15 to 21:11:21.
Muhurta Duration: 11 hours 43 minutes.
History of unbreakable relationship:
According to religious belief, while slaying the Shishupala king, Lord Sri Krishna’s blood flowed from his left hand, Draupadi immediately tore her sari and tied it on her toe.
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It is said that since then Lord Krishna started to accept Draupadi as his sister and after years when the Pandavas defeated Draupadi in gambling and when the Dushasan began to dissuade Draupadi in a huge gathering, Lord Krishna saved his shame by playing the duty of brother. was.
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It is believed that since then the festival of Rakshabandhan started to be celebrated, which continues even today. Rakshabandhan, a festival of brotherly love, is celebrated on the full moon of Shravan month. According to mythological beliefs, Ravana’s sister tied her Raksha sutra to Bhadra, causing Ravana’s Holocaust.
Shravani Upakram required for Brahmins:
On this day, there is Shravani Upakarma which is necessary only for Brahmins, after bathing Hemadri in the river, Brahmins wear new janeu. In Hemadri bath, a bath is done with cow urine, cow dung, milk, curd, panch, abir, gulal kas etc. This unique program is required by every Brahmin once a year.
Read this mantra while tying a rakhi:
The sisters should recite this mantra while tying the rakhi so that it can get auspicious results. This Raksha Sutra: If the sisters read the Raksha Sutras while tying the Rakhi, it is very auspicious. The description of this Raksha Sutra also appears in the Mahabharata.
ॐ Yen Bandho Bali Raja Danvendro Mahabal:.
Then walk in the bad name of defense.
“ॐ येन बद्धो बली राजा दानवेन्द्रो महाबल:। तेन त्वामपि बध्नामि रक्षे मा चल मा चल।। “
That is, King Bali also made Hanuman his brother by tying Raksha Sutras for his protection. Prayed for protection. Similarly, Hanuman, protect my brother from all dangers.
This is the worship method of Rakshabandhan:
On the holy festival of Rakshabandhan, you should retire from morning bath etc. After this, decorate a plate of Aarti and Puja in which Roli, sandalwood, Akshata, confection and flowers are placed along with Rakhi.
Also light a lamp of ghee in this plate. Now keep this plate in your place of worship. Remember all the Goddesses. Burn incense and worship. Then take God’s blessings. Perform aarti of brother and tie a rakhi on his wrist.
Rakhi tying in Bhadra-free time:
According to the beliefs of classical legislation, the holy festival of Rakshabandhan should be celebrated only in the Bhadra-free period.
It is said that – Bhadriyaan dva na kartavya sravani phalguni …….”भद्रायां द्वे न कर्त्तव्ये श्रावणी फाल्गुनी” Therefore, according to Hindu scripture, this festival will be celebrated on 3 August 2020 in Bhadra-free period. But due to some reason, if you want to do this work in Bhadra period, then it will be best to celebrate this festival in Bhadra tailed period except Bhadra Mukha.
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