When is the holy festival of Raksha Bandhan? Known Puja and Shubh Muhurta

Thursday 11th August is the Poonam of the month of Shravan. This time Poonam Tithi will be on two days 11 and 12 August. Poonam will start from 11.08 am on 11th August and will run till 7.16 am on 12th August. Since Poonam is less than three muhurtas after sunrise on 12th August, it […]
 


When is the holy festival of Raksha Bandhan?  Known Puja and Shubh Muhurta

Thursday 11th August is the Poonam of the month of Shravan. This time Poonam Tithi will be on two days 11 and 12 August. Poonam will start from 11.08 am on 11th August and will run till 7.16 am on 12th August. Since Poonam is less than three muhurtas after sunrise on 12th August, it would be more auspicious to celebrate Rakshabandhan on 11th August instead of this day. Raksha Bandhan festival will be celebrated on 12th August in many areas due to the difference of Panchang.

The festival of Rakshabandhan is celebrated on the full moon day of Shravan month. This year, there has been a confusion regarding the time of start and end of Purnima Tithi whether Raksha Bandhan should be celebrated on 11th August 2022 or on 12th August 2022. Actually, the full moon will start from August 11, but during this Bhadra period will be very inauspicious. Therefore, tying Rakhi on this day is not considered auspicious.

auspicious time to tie rakhi

Purnima Tithi Start: 11 August 10 AM 38 Minutes

Purnima Tithi End: August 12 at 7 am 6 minutes

Bhadra Timings: August 11 at 8.53 pm

Auspicious time to tie Rakhi: 9:40 am to 7:14 pm

Amrit Yoga: August 11 from 6:55 am to 8:20 pm

Dhat and Saubhagya Yoga is on Friday, 12 August

The auspicious time of Raksha Bandhan will start from 05:52 am on 12th August and will last for about 3 hours.

On 12th August many people are celebrating Raksha Bandhan because of caste. The auspicious time of Raksha Bandhan will start from 05:52 am on 12th August and will last for about 3 hours. In such a situation, it would be good if sisters tie rakhi to their brother on the morning of 12th August, keeping in mind the date and auspicious time.

Bhadra Kaal will remain till 8.30 pm on the day of Raksha Bandhan. It is believed that Rakhi should not be tied during Bhadra period. On Rakshabandhan, there will be a clock named running from 8.30 pm to 9.55 pm. Rakhi can be tied at this time.

Gentle . mythological beliefs related to

Bhadra is considered the sister of Shani Dev and cruel in nature. In astrology, Bhadra is called a special period. All astrologers advise not to start auspicious work during Bhadra period. Auspicious work like marriage, shaving, home entry, tying rakhi on the day of Rakshabandhan etc. In simple words, Bhadra period is considered inauspicious. It is believed that the form of Bhadra, the daughter of Surya and Chhaya, is extremely fearful. This made Suryadev very worried about Bhadra’s marriage.

Bhadra used to disturb auspicious works by not allowing the yagya to take place. Disturbed by this nature of Bhadra, Suryadev took guidance from Brahmaji. At that time Brahmaji told Bhadra that if someone will do good work in your time, then you will create hindrance in him, but those who do good work by leaving your time, respect you, you will not hinder their work. Because of this story, Bhadra is forbidden from doing auspicious work. Worship, chanting, meditation etc. can be done during Bhadra period.

Planetary Positions on the day of Rakshabandhan

On the day of Rakshabandhan, Jupiter will be retrograde in Pisces. Moon will be in Capricorn with Saturn. The conjunction of these planets creates the subject. The eyes of Jupiter will be on the Sun, the Sun will be on Saturn and the eyes of Saturn will be on Jupiter. We should be more careful in this yoga of planets. Even a little carelessness can cause damage.

Best time to tie Rakhi, Bhadrayoga on Rakshabandhan

Best time to tie Rakhi is from 10.40 am to 5.17 pm

Rakshabandhan can be celebrated after the effect of Bhadra ends at 8:51 pm

August 11: 11.07 am to 12.45 pm (Variable)

August 11: 12.45 pm to 2.22 pm (Profit)

August 11: 8.52 pm to 10.00 pm (Variable)

August 12: Late at night 12.45 am to 7.07 pm