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Rakhi | Raksha Bandhan



Description: Rakhi, which is also known as Raksha Bandhan, is a Hindu festival which is celebrated across India. Raksha Bandhan is recognized and celebrated among Hindus for its symbolic significance. [...more]
Also Called: Raksha Bandhan
Significance: tying the sacred thread by sisters to their brothers
Deity(s): Goddess Indrani, Lord Indra
Key Rituals: Raksha Bandhan Puja, Thread ceremony
Mythological Figures: Lord Krishna, Yudhishthira, Draupadi, Goddess Indrani, Lord Indra
2020 Raksha Bandhan date: August 03 (Monday)
2021 Raksha Bandhan date: August 22 (Sunday)
2022 Raksha Bandhan date: August 11 (Thursday)
2023 Raksha Bandhan date: August 30 (Wednesday)
Hindu Calendar Date:
Purnimanta - Purnima of Shravana month (Shukla Paksha)
Amanta - Purnima of Shravana month (Shukla Paksha)
2022 Raksha Bandhan Muhurat:
New Delhi - 08:51 PM to 09:13 PM
Pune - 08:51 PM to 09:18 PM
Chennai - after 08:51 PM
Kolkata - after 08:51 PM
Hyderabad - 08:51 PM to 08:59 PM
Ahmedabad - 08:51 PM to 09:27 PM
Noida - 08:51 PM to 09:12 PM
Jaipur - 08:51 PM to 09:17 PM
Mumbai - 08:51 PM to 09:23 PM
Gurgaon - 08:51 PM to 09:14 PM
Bengaluru - 08:51 PM to 09:00 PM
Chandigarh - 08:51 PM to 09:17 PM
  • sisters tie Rakhi to their brothers
  • Aarti for the brothers imbued with prayers of their long life
  • brothers offer gifts to their sisters
  • preparation of delicious recipes
  • There are various legends of Raksha Bandhan, but the legend mentioned in Bhavishya Purana is the most authenticated one [...more]
  • Gulab Jamun
  • Kheer
  • Coconut Barfi
  • Kaju Katli
  • Traditional Indian attire
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