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Rakhi 2015 Shubh Muhurat Puja Vidhi Timing Rakhi Pooja Best time on 29th aug 2015

Raksha Bandhan 2015 Shubh Muhurat Puja Vidhi Timing Rakhi Pooja Best time on 29th aug 2015

Raksha Bandhan Shubh Muhurat 2015 Puja Vidhi Timing Rakhi Pooja Best time on 29th aug 2015

Raksha Bandhan (रक्षा बन्धन) is a traditional Hindu festival which commemorates the relationship of brother and her sister. In some parts of India, it is celebrated as Rakhi Purnima, or simply as “Rakhi Ka Tyohaar”. Sisters tie Rakhi on their brother’s hand to take vow of protection and care from their brother, throughout life.
It is important to follow correct timings and traditions while performing “Rakhi Ceremony”, that’s why we have came up with Raksha Bandhan Muhurat Timings 2015, Important tips and suggestions for Rakhi ceremony time and a complete guide for how to perform rakhi tying ceremony at home with your brothers and sisters.

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Date and Shubh Mahurat Timing of Raksha Bandhan in 2015

In 2015, Raksha Bandhan falls on 29th August, which comes on the last Saturday of the month of August. This is also the Purnima Tithi according to the Hindu calendar. The most auspicious mahurat time to tie the rakhi on this day is in the Aparahan Mahurat, which is during the late afternoon time, between 13:50 to 15:45, a period of 1 hour 55 minutes.

 In case, the rakhi is not tied during this period, the next best mahurat for doing it is in the Pradosh Mahurat, which starts at 18:16 and ends at 20:33, a duration of 2 hours 16 minutes. This means that the total time during which the rakhi can be tied is between 13:50 and 20:33, a period of 6 hours 43 minutes. One must take care not to tie the rakhi during the Bhadra Mahurat as it is not considered auspicious according to the Hindu religion. This mahurat falls between 10:15 and 12:59.

Auspicious Time (Muhurat)
The most auspicious muhurat for Rakhi is Aparahan. If in case, AprahanMuhurat is not available, Rakhi rituals can be performed during the Pradosh time. Avoid performing the rituals during Bhadra Muhurat as that is considered inauspicious. The list of Shubh Muhurat is as follows:
Raksha Bandhan: August 29
Muhurat to tie Rakhi: From 1:50 in the afternoon till 8:58 at night
Aparahan time: From 1:50 pm to 4:10 pm
Pradosh time: From 6:42 pm to 8:58 pm
Purnima Tithi starts at 3:35 on the morning of August 29
Purnima Tithi ends at 12:05 on the night of August 30
Bhadra time: From 10:15 in the morning till 1:50 in the afternoon

History and Significance
Raksha Bandhan has a lot of historical significance. There are many different stories that are linked with the Hindu mythology. One of those famous stories is that once there was a war between the devils and Gods where Gods were losing. At that moment, Lord Indra called Lord Brihaspati for some advice and during that time, Indra’s wife Indrani was also present. Before Brihaspati could suggest something, Indrani said that she knew how to assure Gods win in the battle. Indrani prepared an amulet in Shravan’s Shukl Purnima next day and got that amulet tied on her husband’s wrist by Brahmins. As a result of which, the Gods won the battle and Indra remained unscathed. Since that day, the amulet came to be known as Raksha Sutra and from then onwards, Rakhi is celebrated on full moon in the Shravan month.
There is also a Raksha Bandhan story related to the epic Mahabharata. As per that story, Lord Krishna got hurt in his index finger while he was killing ShishuPal. In order to stop the blood flowing from Krishna’s finger, Draupadi tore a piece of her sari and tied it on his bleeding finger. That piece of garment was nothing short of a Raksha Sutra for Krishna. Krishna decided to protect her from that day onwards. And this is how Krishna came to Draupadi’s rescue when she was disrobed in King Dhritarashra’s court.
Another popular story is that King Bali once approached Lord Vishnu to protect his kingdom from enemies. Vishnu decided to help Bali and for that, he was all set to leave his home. But Goddess Lakshmi did not want Lord Vishnu to leave home. She reached Bali’s home in disguise of a Brahmin woman and asked for shelter. On the day of Shravan Purnima, she tied a thread on Bali’s wrist and told her why she came. Touched by this gesture of the Goddess, Bali requested Vishnu to not leave his heavenly home. Thus, Raksha Bandhan is also called ‘Baleva’ which implies the devotion of King Bali towards Lord Vishnu.


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