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Raksha Bandhan 2018: why raksha Bandhan is


Raksha Bandhan 2018: Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan 2018 will be celebrated on August 26 this year. For which preparations have started from now. People are shopping fiercely. This festival celebrates the full moon of the month of Shavan. Rakshabandhan is dedicated to the unbreakable love of brother and sister. The prevalence of this festival has been described as centuries old. Like Holi, Diwali, this festival is also celebrated in India with pompousness. There are many religious and historical reasons for celebrating Raksha Bandhan in India. According to legendary beliefs, many stories are popular in celebrating the Rakshabandan.

Happy Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan 2018

Vaman Avatar Katha: The King of the Assooras had taken control of the three worlds with his force and strength. Seeing the supremacy of King Bali, Indra deity feared and came to Lord Vishnu seeking help. Lord Vishnu embraced the Vaman Avatar and reached Raja Bali to seek alms. Waman Bhagwan asked for three pug lands from sacrifice. In the first and second stages, God measured the earth and sky. Now there was nothing left to keep the third step, Raja Bali said that put the third step on their heads.

History Of Raksha Bandhan

Lord Vaman did the same. God will be happy but At the same time, Lord King was very pleased with the sacrifice. When he asked the king to sacrifice boon, Bali asked him to settle down in the hell. To fulfill the desire of sacrifice, God had to go to hell. After Lord Vishnu’s fate, all goddesses and lord Lakshmi became worried. To bring back her husband Lord Vishnu, Mata Lakshmi became a poor woman and approached Raja Bali and made her brother a rakhi. In return, Lord took the pledge to return lord Vishnu from hell. The day of Shavan was the full moon day and it is believed that since then Rakshabandhan has been celebrated.

The story of Draupadi and Sri Krishna: There is a story of Krishna and Draupadi in the Mahabharata period. When Krishna slaughtered Shishu Pal from Sudarshan Chakra, his index was hurt. Draupadi torn his sari at that time and tied it on his finger like a bandage. It was the full moon day of the shavan month. Shrikrishna later played the role of brother by saving Draupadi during his Rip-hijacking.

Empire of Humayun and Kamvarati: Emperor Humayun was moving forward to attack Chitud during Mughal period. In such a case, the widow Karmavati took the defense verdict by sending Rakhi to Humayun. Again, Humayun did not attack Chittaud. Not only this, for the sake of the same ash, Humayun has protected the Karmavati and his kingdom while fighting against Bahadur Shah for protecting Chittaud.

Happy Raksha Bandhan Messages

Happy Raksha Bandhan

ye lamha kuchh khaas hai
bahan ke haathon mein bhaee ka haath hai
o! bahana tere mere paas kuchh khaas hai
tere sakoon kee khaatir meree bahana
tera bhaee hamesha tere saath hai
happy raksha bandhan

khushiyon ka tyohaar
mithaiyon kee barasaat
har bahan ko apane bhaee ka intajaar
kyonki ye hai bandhan ka tyohaar
haippee raksha bandhan

A sister is a gift to life, joy to heart and friend to soul. Love you!…
Happy Rakshabandhan!!

Everybody has to say the flowers of flowers, my sisters are in thousands. Wish You A Happy Rakhi

To my sweet angel like sister,
May god bless you with loads of happiness, health and wealth.
See, God has already begun showering you with chocolate.
Happy Raksha Bandhan.

Dear sister, I remember how we used to fight over small issues as children.
But today I realize how much fun it used to be.
On this Rakhi I wish you all the best in life.
Happy Raksha Bandhan.

Happy Raksha Bandhan

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