December 7, 2022
ભાઈ ને રાખડી બાંધવા માટે આ છે શુભ મુહુર્ત, જાણીલો આજેજ…

Every time on the occasion of Rakshabandhan festival, due to some obstacle and Bhadra Yoga, the Muhurta has to be taken care of. This year Janoi can also be changed along with Raksha Bandhan before 5.17 pm on the day of Trisud Poonam. If Rakshabandhan cannot happen at this time, then Rakshabandhan can be organized at 8:51 pm after the inauspicious effect of Bhadra ends. On the day of Raksha Bandhan, Poonam Tithi will start at 10:40 am and will end on 12th at 7:07 am. Hence Rahukaal from Poonam to 11th day is also the best time to celebrate Rakshabandhan.

According to the scriptures, tying Rakhi on Bhadra Vishti period is considered inauspicious. According to the scriptures, Bhadra is the daughter of Yamdev and sister of Shani Dev. Whom was cursed by Brahma ji, whoever does good deeds in Bhadra will get inauspicious results. Thus, auspicious work is not done in Rahu Kaal and Bhadra Kaal. This year Raksha Bandhan is called Punyavarti Bhadra as it is on Thursday and at that time Moon will be in Capricorn and Bhadra will be wandering in the abyss. So he’s not guilty.

Auspicious time to tie Rakhi :-
11.07 am to 12.45 pm (Variable)
12.45 pm to 2.22 pm (Profit)
8.52 PM to 10.00 PM (Variable)
Late at night from 12.45 am to 7.07 pm.

In Bhadravishti Yoga, doing auspicious deeds is considered taboo:-
In Bhadra Vishti Karan, marriage, hair shaving, buying a new house, entering the house, doing Rakshabandhan etc. auspicious and auspicious work is considered prohibited. According to a legend, Rakhi was made by Lankapati Rakhi in Bhadra and within a year it was destroyed.

Therefore sisters can tie rakhi to their brother except at the time of Bhadra. According to the legend of the scriptures, Lord Vishnu stayed in the abyss by giving a promise to Baliraj. Then Shravan Sud Poonam freed Lord Vishnu by tying a rakshasutra to Mata Lakshmi Baliraj and making him his brother. In the Mahabharata period, when Draupadi had tied a rakshasutra to Lord Krishna during the Rajasuya Yagya.

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