Raksha Bandhan: Do not miss while tying Rakhi, know this complete method, right direction and mantra in advance
Desk: The festival of Rakshabandhan, symbolizing the love of brother and sister, is celebrated on the full moon date of the month of Sawan. According to the Hindu calendar, this year Rakshabandhan festival is falling on 11th August. On this day sisters tie rakhi on the wrist of their brother and pray for his long life. At the same time, brothers also give a gift to their sister and promise to protect her.
On the day of Rakshabandhan, it is auspicious if sisters tie rakhi on brother’s hand with law and order. According to astrology, it is very important to take care of the direction while tying rakhi on brother’s wrist. Along with this, it is also very important to take care of the mantra and method while tying Rakhi. Let’s know how to tie Rakhi to brother before Rakhi.
Keep the direction in mind while tying Rakhi
Astrologers say that while tying Rakhi, the brother’s face should be towards east or north. At the same time, the back of the brother should be towards the west or south direction. Brother, keep in mind that while tying Rakhi, one must keep some cloth on the head. It is not auspicious to tie rakhi on the head. Before tying Rakhi, keep a cloth or handkerchief on the head, only then get the tilak done by the sister.
Auspicious time for tying rakhi 2022
According to the Hindu calendar, this time Rakshabandhan is under the shadow of Bhadra. Bhadra period is not considered auspicious for any auspicious work. In such a situation, sisters should tie rakhi on the wrists of brothers in the auspicious time. Rakhi can be tied from 04:26 pm on 11th August till 05:58 am on the next day on 12th August.
Speak this mantra while tying rakhi
Yen Baddho Bali: King Danavendro Mahabal:.
Ten tvampi badhnami raksha ma chal ma chal.
Om Vraten Dikshamapnoti, Dikshayapnoti Dakshinam.
Dakshina Shraddhamapnoti, Shraddhaya Satyamapyate.
Speak this mantra while doing tilak to brother
Om chandansya mahatpunyam, holy papanashanam.
Aapadaam harte nityam, Lakshmistishthati always.
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