18 Jul 2020, 11:48 am By Neha Sinha
Raksha Bandhan 2020 Date, Muhurat time, Messages, Quotes and History

Raksha Bandhan Date & Muhurat: This year Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) is on August 3. Raksha Bandhan is a popular Hindu traditional festival and this is being celebrated as an unbreakable bond between brother and sister. Across the country, people celebrate the Raksha Bandhan and it's a beautiful bond of siblings. Here are the deatils on Raksha Bandhan 2020 Date, Muhurat and Timing. We have also compiled a list of beautiful messages & quotes for brother and sister. This is the confirmed, Raksha Bandhan is on August 3, 2020. This is the promise to always be there, to always protect, no matter what is the situation. It is a celebration of the unconditional love that only a sibling can provide. The festival is a time-honored ritual of protection, the greatest gift that siblings give each other.

Based on latest update, a group in Vadodara has collected more than 12,000 rakhis for the soldiers who protect Indian borders in the heights of Siachen, Kargil, and the Galwan Valley. "These rakhis have been sent by women of all age groups. We will send the rakhis in tricolor boxes to Siachin, Galwan Valley, and Kargil. Women from Canada, Australia, and other countries have also sent us rakhis. We want our soldiers to Be safe," a group volunteer told the ANI news agency.

Raksha Bandhan Time and Date

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day of Sawan or Shravan

raksha Bandhan Time Muhurat

Raksha Bandhan Time: 9:28 AM to 09:17 PM

Aparahna Raksha Bandhan muhurat: 1:48 PM to 4:29 PM

Pradosh Raksha Bandhan muhurat: 7:10 PM to 9:17 PM

Purnima tithi starts at 9:28 PM on August 2

Purnima tithi ends at 9:28 PM on August 3

(Source: drikpanchang.com)

Raksha Bandhan Wishes Messages & Quotes

- Raksha Bandhan Wishes for your brother:

  • "Thank you for always being the pillar of my strength. I am lucky to have you as my brother. Happy Raksha Bandhan!
  • "For guiding me, protecting me, and being my friend on a rainy day. I couldn't have asked for a better brother than you. Happy Raksha Bandhan!"
  • "I must have done something right that God blessed me with a brother like you. Happy Rakhi, Bhai!"

- Raksha Bandhan Wishes to your sister:

  • "You are strong and brilliant and I know you can kill yourself. But I have to tell you that I will always be there when you need me. Happy Raksha Bandhan."
  • "You are not just my sister, you are my best friend! Here's a great time together. Happy Raksha Bandhan!"
  • "To my childhood bully, my sister, my protector, and my best friend! What would I have done without you! Have a Happy Raksha Bandhan!"

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Raksha Bandhan History

Raksha Bandhan has its history and mythology. During Mahabharat time, legend has it that when Lord Krishna accidentally cut off his finger with his 'Sudarshan Chakra', Princess Draupadi tore a piece of her saree and tied it to her finger to stop the bleeding. Lord Krishna was so moved by this gesture that he promised to protect and cherish her forever.

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