When is Raksha Bandhan 2022? Know Muhurta and other things you need to know

August 5, 2022 by No Comments


The auspicious festival of Raksha Bandhan is approaching, and brothers and sisters are planning outfits to wear and gifts to give on this day. On the full moon day, also known as the full moon day of Shravan or Sawan month, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the same day.

This Hindu festival also signifies the loving bond between a brother and sister. On this day sisters tie rakhi on their brother’s wrist and wish him a long, prosperous and happy life. In return, the brothers promise to protect their sisters for the rest of their lives. According to religious beliefs, tying Rakhi in an auspicious time is important and brings prosperity.

When is Raksha Bandhan 2022?

There is a lot of confusion regarding the date of Raksha Bandhan this year. While some people believe that Raksha Bandhan will fall on Thursday, August 11, others claim that it will be celebrated on Friday, August 12. Therefore, we are ready to help you and clear this confusion.

Sawan Purnima, or Sawan Purnima, occurs on August 11. According to the Drik Panchang, the full moon date will be from 10:38 am on 11th August to 7:05 am on 12th August 2022. But Bhadra is also happening together. Full moon and full moon will be effective for the first part of the tithi.

According to the Drik Panchang, the best time to tie Rakhi and perform the rituals on Raksha Bandhan is Aparna, or late afternoon or Pradosh time. According to Hindu texts, Bhadra is a bad season which should be avoided for any auspicious work. Therefore, Raksha Bandhan should not be performed at that time. Therefore, one should refrain from starting any auspicious work till the end of Bhadra.

According to the Drik Panchang, the closing time of Raksha Bandhan Bhadra will be at 08:51 pm. Therefore, Raksha Bandhan will start from the evening of Thursday 11 August and will continue till Friday 12 August. However, the full moon will remain till 07:16 in the morning. Therefore, Raksha Bandhan can also be celebrated on this day.

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