Raksha Bandhan 2012

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Monday, August 4, 2008

Raksha Bandhan 2009, Rakhi, Indian Festival, Rakhi GiftsWhen is Rakhi (Raksha Bandhan ) in 2012?
It's on 2nd August 2012.

Among the Indian festivals,
Raksha Bandhan 2012 is considered as an important and historical festival. It is said that according to the Bhavishya Puran. Sachi - the wife of Indra had tied a protection -thread on Indra's wrist, which had been purified by the mantras. This protection thread had made Indra invincible from his enemies. This particular protection thread also enabled Indra to defeat his enemies.

From that period, this great festival of Raksha bandhan (Raksha Bandhan 2012 raakhii 2012) has been celebrated every year, on the full moon day, in the Hindu month of Shravan, reminding us of a great tradition. Hindus have been progressing steadily but surley on the path of life, by attaining neo energy, no faith and neo-strength.

It's written in the Bhavishya Puran :
"सर्वोरोगोप्शामानाम सर्वोसुभ वीनाशानाम, सक्रित्क्रीतेब्दामेकाम एन रक्षा करीता भावेत"

It means: The protection thread worn on this festival, destroys all the diseases and inauspiciousness. The person gets protected for the whole year.

एन बढ्दो बलि रजा दानवेन्द्रो महाRaksha Bandhan 2009, Rakhi, Indian Festival, Rakhi Giftsब्लाह तें त्वं प्रतिबध्नामी रक्षे! माँ चल! माँ चल!
(written in Hindi Language)

Meaning of the above Quote: The objective for which, the king of the demons - Mahabali had been tied with the protection thread, in the same way, O protection thread, I'm tying you for the same objective.

(While making donation to lord Vishnu-incarnated as Vaman, king Bali was not affected the least i.e. he donated everything without any hesitation, because he had tied protection thread on his self.)

Sacred Festival of the Brothers & Sisters
During the foreign-rule time, when the Hindu religion was going through its darkest stage - when the double-edged darkest phase - when the double-edged swords of the Mughal were causing great destruction to our civilization and culture by dishonoring our mothers and sisters, then it was only Rakshabandhan which boosted the morale of the Hindus by enthusing new inspiration.

Raksha Bandhan 2009, Rakhi, Indian Festival, Rakhi Gifts
Raksha bandhan, which is commonly known as Rakhi (Rakhee), was the symbol of love between the husband and wife during the ancient time. The same Rakhi turned into a symbol of love-bond between the brother and sister in due course of time. During the Mughal period, Rajput women when threatened by the aggressors, requested for help from their Rajput brother to save their honour, by sending Rakhi to them. These brave Rajput men felt honoured and even gave up their lives to safeguard the honour of their sisters. These 'raw-threads' used to enthuse tremendous enthusiasm and power as soon as they got tied on the wrists of the brothers. This tradition is still continuing and Rakshabandhan is celebrated with great enthusiasm by brothers and sisters। This tradition is not only in India but it is celebrated all parts of the world where Hindus exists like in USA, England, Australia. This year in 2009, special arrangement has been made. Last Year, my Varun blog attracted many visitors for this Raksha Bandhan 2008 post and hopefully in 2009 it will increase the numbers.

To Know More About Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi Festival) Click here

-Posted by Varun Gupta Raksha Bandhan 2012, Rakhi 2012, Bhai Duj



cheths said...

nice post buddy :) really learnt now why my sister ties this to my hand every year.. nice post.. go on


V. Archana said...

hey varun...lovly post on raksha bandhan ,man!! :)

happy rakhi to you to, good luck!!

JoVie said...

I'm Indonesian girl...I just notice this thing from Indian film but I did'n know whata does it mean...
thanks for sharing..

JoVie said...

I'm Indonesian girl...I just notice this thing from Indian film but I did'n know whata does it mean...
thanks for sharing..

NEO said...

Hi Varun Thats really good information on rakshabandan,. I have also found this blog to have some historical iportance maybe you can check this out http://sendgiftsto.com/raksha-bandhan

Raksha Bandhan said...

Very nice post.. thank you

saffron said...

hey varun,

nice post!! I stay away from my brother and I am really missing him in this occasion.


Harry said...

Good post.Excellent collection and well thoughts.
Keep it up.

Send Rakhi to India said...

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