SEARCH FOR MORE....

Showing posts with label Raksha Bandhan Time 2012. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Raksha Bandhan Time 2012. Show all posts

Raksha Bandhan Muhurat 2nd August 2012

No comments:

All period is favorable for binding rakhee ( Holy Thread ) on `Raksha Bandhan Festival`


Some worshiping Hindus neck tie the Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan Event daylight later looking Muhurat or favorable time. But this is not followed by absolute majority of the people. This year, Raksha Bandhan Muhurat agreeing to some Panchangs and Hindu Pancgang book will breathe complete from dawn to dusk.

Best Time For Raksha Bandhan (According To Astrologers) 


According to the astrologers the period from 10.40 am to 2 pm is highly auspicious and beneficial for tying rakhi. However according to astrologers whole day would be good to tie rakhi as there is no Bhadra kaal this time.

The favorable time because of confining Rakhi will stay from morning to 08:48 AM.

According to the astrologers the menses from 10.40 am to 2 pm is highly auspicious and advantageous for binding rakhi. However agreeing to astrologers complete period would be best to tie rakhi as there is no Bhadra kaal this time.

The daylight is even more favorable in 2012 as Purnima and Shravan nakshatra are coinciding on the period and there will be no Bhadra kaal as it is not favorable for this gala.

Any work performed in the favorable Muhurat yields propitious and welcome results. The propitious Muhurat to proclaim Raksha Bandhan is complete imagine from dawn to dusk of shravana month in the nonexistence of Bhadra Kal. This year in addition the gala will be celebrated on Full Moon.

Raksha Bandhan, popularly recognized as the festival of Rakhi is a event which celebrates the bond in the middle of brothers and sisters which has been observed by Hindus for years. The exact sense of Raksha Bandhan is ‘the bond of Protection’. Rakhi is well-known on the full imagine from dawn to dusk of the month of Shravan by Hindu timetable. This the light of day is admitted as Shravan Poornima. On this day, sister ties Rakhi or sacrosanct thread on the wrist of her brother. It signifies the full strength bond between brother and sister.

Read More

Sharethis

Gadget

This content is not yet available over encrypted connections.

Gadget

This content is not yet available over encrypted connections.