Raksha Bandhan 2022: Bhadra Kaal, Shubh Muhurat And Other Information
Rakhi is traditionally celebrated on August 11, but some people have chosen to celebrate it on August 12 in honour of Bhadra Kaal.
The celebration of Rakshabandhan honours the enduring ties that bind brothers and sisters. On this day, sisters bind their brothers' wrists with colourful Rakhi. The sisters also hope that their brother has a long life. The brother promises to protect his sister as well.
Religious doctrine holds that auspicious activities are not performed in Bhadra Kaal. Because of this, Rakhi is not even knotted in Bhadrakal.
The sister of King Shani and the daughter of Lord Suryadev, Bhadra, Its character is believed to be harsh, just like Shani's. Lord Brahma placed him in Vishti Karan, a significant portion of the Kalgana or Panchang, in order to regulate his character.
The Panchang states that the Sawan month's full moon day (Shravan/Sawan Purnima) would begin at 10:38 AM on August 11, 2022, and end at 7.05 AM on August 12, 2022. Bhadrakal starts on August 11 from dawn until 8:51 p.m
According to Hinduism, no auspicious work should be done after sunset. Rakhi cannot be tied to brothers in Bhadrakal or at night because of this
On August 12, however, the full moon won't rise until 7.05 a.m. Bhadra will not be present right now, but Udayatithi will. Because of this, some individuals think that tying a rakhi on August 12th is more appropriate and fortunate.
If you intend to tie a rakhi on August 12th, do it before 7.05 a.m. Happy Rakshabandhan 2022