Thursday, August 11, 2022

Rakhi Photo Frame App

Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is an important Hindu festival, dedicated to brothers and sisters. On this auspicious day, sisters tie a thread on her brother's wrist and pray for his long and prosperous life. In return, the brother gives a token of love to his loving sister.This year, Raksha Bandhan is falling on Thursay, 11 August. As per the Hindu calendar, Raksha Bandhan falls in the Shravana month during Purnima (or full moon day). However, the days and timings can vary depending on the changes in the moon's waxing and waning..

Talking about the puja time, it is being said that the Purnima Tithi begins at 19:00 hours on August 21
and will end at 17.31 hours on August 11, 2022.
As per pandits, the right time for the thread ceremony is between 06:15 am to 17:31 pm, which is a total duration of 11 hours and 16 minutes.Legend has it that Raksha Bandhan can be traced back to the day when Lord Krishna had accidentally cut his finger with the Sudarshan Chakra. Draupadi, the wife of Pandavas felt a lot of pain seeing him hurt and she immediately tore a piece of her vastra and tied it to Lord Krishna's bleeding finger to help soothe his pain and stop the blood from flowing.

Lord Krishna was deeply touched by her gesture and in return promised to take care of her from all evils in the world. He called it the Raksha Sutra. And as we know that when Kauravas tried to dishonour her in the court by attempting to disrobe her, Lord Krishna blessed his sister and made sure that the sari she was wearing became endless in length. This is how her brother saved her from the evils - as he had promised.The festival has become a favourite among siblings where they engage in playful and lightheaded banter and the whole family comes together to witness the special moments. With changing times, it is not just the brothers and sisters who tie rakhi to each other but also friends, distant relatives have started this tradition.

Rakhi Photo Frame 

Many women also visit temples and tie threads to the idol of Lord Krishna, hoping and praying for the Lord to protect them from hardships and evils.Interestingly, this festival isn’t limited to a female tying thread to a male anymore. Even sisters who don't have brothers have started celebrating the festival by tying rakhi on each other's hands and promising love and safety always!
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