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When is Rakhi?

15th August 2019 Raksha Bandhan calendar will keep you informed that on which date Raksha Bandhan will fall. Raksha Bandhan calendar helps people to plan their Raksha Bandhan in advance. The date of Raksha Bandhan depends on Hindu calendar and each year the date varies. According to the Hindu calendar, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day of the month of Shravana (August). According to Hindus, full moon day or the Purnima is an auspicious day of the month and Raksha Bandhan calendar is based on this. That is why many of the Hindu festivals are celebrated on full moon day. In many places, the festival of Raksha Bandhan is also known as Rakhi Purnima.

When Is Rakhi

According to Hindu mythology, Shravana is the sacred month and is the best time to offer prayers and do good things that is why Raksha Bandhan is considered as a very auspicious festival. Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is a festival that celebrates the love and affection of brothers and sisters.

The day signifies deep bonding between brothers and sisters. On this day, sisters tie Rakhi on brothers’ wrists and pray for their well being and brothers, in turn, give gifts. The family gets together and the family feast is other activities of the day. Those sisters who are staying away from home Send Rakhi to their brothers. The whole country gets into a festive mood. Even the markets are flooded with beautiful Rakhis and Raksha Bandhan gifts.

All the planning for Raksha Bandhan depends upon the Raksha Bandhan calendar.

For every celebration planning is required, so plan your celebration with the Raksha Bandhan calendar. No Indian can afford to skip this festival of Rakhi as the day celebrates the beautiful relationship of brothers and sisters. If you want to know more facts and information on Raksha Bandhan, go through the pages of sendrakhi.com.

Full detail about Raksha Bandhan 2019:


Date and date of Raksha Bandhan 2019 – 15th August 2019, Thursday

Shubh Muhurat for tying Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan 2019- 05:50 to 18:03

Duration for Rakhi Tying Ceremony on Raksha Bandhan 2019- 12 Hours 11 Minutes

During Raksha Bandhan 2019 Celebration timing of Pradosh - 20:08 to 22:18

Total duration of Pradosh- 02 Hours 08 Minutes

Raksha Bandhan 2019 timing of Aparahan - 13:44 to 16:23

Total time of Aparahan - 2 Hours 40 Minutes

Starting of Purnima Tithi - 14th August 2019 at 15:45

Ending of Purnima Tithi - 15th August 2019 at 17:58

Next 10 years calendar of Raksha Bandhan from 2020-2030

Date

Day

Year

3rd August

Monday

2020

22nd August

Sunday

2021

11th August

Thursday

2022

30th August

Wednesday

2023

19th August

Monday

2024

9 August

Saturday

2025

28th August

Friday

2026

17th August

Tuesday

2027

5th August

Saturday

2028

23rd August

Thursday

2029

13th August

Tuesday

2030