Rakshabandhan is celebrated every year on the full moon day of Sawan month in India. But the biggest question in people’s mind is why Rakshabandhan is celebrated. Today we will try to learn this topic in detail according to the scriptures. According to the scriptures, Lord Vishnu was very pleased with the donation religion of Bali, the king of the Asuras, and asked Bali to ask for a blessing ( gift). Then Bali told him to settle in Pataal Lok. After this Lord Vishnu went to Pataal Lok
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All the gods began to remain unhappy with the demise of Lord Vishnu. Then Maa Lakshmi, dressed as a poor woman, went to the Pataal Lok and tied a rakhi to Bali and asked for a promise to take Lord Vishnu back from there. According to the scriptures, Rakshabandhan is celebrated on that day, the full moon of the month of Shravan. In the Mahabharata period, Lord Krishna and Draupadi are considered siblings. While playing the duty of a brother, Krishna had protected Draupadi at the time of cheer haran. Hence Rakshabandhan is considered the most sacred festival of brotherhood.