The full moon date starts on August 14 at 15:45. It concludes on August 15 at 17:58. In such a situation, sisters can tie rakhi to the brothers from sunrise of August 15 to 5:58 in the evening.
Rakshabandhan is the last day of Sawan, hence it is also known as Shravani (Savani) or Saluno. Rakhi is usually tied by sisters, but in our country, Rakhi is also tied to Brahmins, Gurus and leaders or dignitaries. Somewhere in the country, there is a tradition of tying a rakhi to a tree and also to God. On this day men of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh tie saffron colored rakhi to each other for brotherhood.
In all the religious rituals of Hinduism, while performing the Rakshasutra, the Pandit or Acharya chants a sloka in Sanskrit, which is associated with Raja Bali, which is said to be the same formula from which the powerful powerful Danavendra king Bali was tied. I bind you, never be distracted by your resolve.
Amarnath Yatra also ends on this day
In many states of India, on this day, there is a tradition on behalf of sisters to put Bhojali or Bhujari on the ear of the brother, which is done for the longevity of the brothers. Rakhi is tied in the hands of the Guru on Raksha Bandhan in the Brahmin and regional community in the mountainous regions of Nepal outside the country.
Festival of love and promise
Rakhi is a festival of love and promise, so it was used for public awareness in the Indian freedom struggle, which was run by Gurudev Ravindra Nath Tagore. Amarnath Yatra also ends on this day. It is believed that on this day Himani Shivling also takes shape.