When is Rakhi 2018?
Date for Rakhi, Raksha Bandhan 2018 - Sunday, August 26
Rakhi, or Raksha Bandhan, is a an auspicious occasion in the Hindu religion when sisters tie a string called Rakhi on the wrist of their siblings and appeal to God for long life. It is broadly celebrated as a celebration crosswise over India and around the globe. This festival is celebrated for brothers and their love towards their sister. Its celebrated on the full moon in the Indian month of Sravana. The word raksha signifies protection, while the verb bandhan signifies to tie. Subsequently the custom of sisters tieing the rakhi string on the wrists of their siblings.
Raksha Bandhan celebration is a standout amongst the most celebrated festival in India. Rakhi festival is celebrated in every year on the time of August which is the time of Shravan as per the Hindu calender. Its the festival when the relation between brother and sister gets stronger by each year. On this auspicious day, a sister ties the string of Rakhi to her brother's wrist so that her sibling can achive success in life. Then again, the brother guarantees to protect his sister from all conceivable challenges of life. Rakhi is a festival of adoration and assurance. The string of Rakhi acts to bond brothers and sisters. In 2018, Rakhi will be celebrated on Sunday, August 26.
Rakhi festival is known as the festival of monsoon. This monsoon celebration has a more profound significance. Monsoon season removes all the hurdles and complexities of life and presents us success and new plan to appreciate life without all potential limitations. That is the reason the Hindus consider the time of Shravan as heavenly one to celebrate the love of brother and sister.