Raksha Bandhan 2019 | Why to celebrate Raksha Bandhan?, Raksha Bandhan Story, Rakhi Festival in India

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Raksha Bandhan 2019
Hey guys!! In this article we we'll explain about Rakhi Festival (Raksha Bandhan) that very popular in India. This festival relates to multiple stories about love of brother and sister in Hindu religion and here we will talk about 2 interesting stories. So first of all we'll know about Raksha Bandhan.

Raksha Bandhan ( Rakhi Festival)

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated with the full moon of Savan. Rakshabandhan is a symbol of brother and sister's love. Throughout the world, followers of Hinduism celebrate this festival with joy and love. The sister binds her brother's wrist and wishes her long life and Brother also promises to protect his sister for the long life. In this year Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on August 15. And the fun is that on that day there is also Independence Day.

Story - 1

Krishna and Draupadi's  Rakshabandan:

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A beautiful incident related to Rakhi is mentioned in Mahabharata. why beautiful cause This incident shows that it is not necessary for him to be born to the brother and sister's affection. The story is that when Yudhishthur was offering yajnya in Indraprastha, while Shishu Pal was present in the meeting at that time. When Shishupala insulted Lord Krishna, Shri Krishna slaughtered him with his Sudarshan Chakra. Returning the Sudarshan Chakra, the little finger of God was cut short and blood flowed. Seeing this, Draupadi came forward and he torn the sack of his sari and wrapped it on Krishna's finger. At this time, Shrikrishna promised Draupadi that he would repay the debt of one thread. After this, when the Kauravas tried to obliterate Draupadi, Shrikrishna kept shadowing Draupadi's rag and kept the shame. It believe that on the day Draupadi had bind a sari's pallu in Krishna's wrist, it was the day of Shravan Purnima so we celebrated Raksha Bandhan at Shravan Purnima.

Story - 2

Raja Bali and Maa Laxmi:

God has given two sons of Vishnu Subh (auspicious) and Labh (profitable). On the basis of Lord Purana and Vishnu Purana, it is believed that when Lord Vishnu defeated King Bali and took possession of the three people, then the sacrifice urged Lord Vishnu to live in his palace. Lord Vishnu accepted this insistence However, Bhagwan Vishnu's Patanu Lakshmi did not look good with Lord Vishnu and sacrifice. Therefore, he decided to go to heaven with Lord Vishnu. After this, the mother Lakshmi tied the yarn to Bali and made the brother. On this, Bali asked Lakshmi to ask for a gift , Lakshmi asked King Bali to free Lord Vishnu with the promise that Lord Vishnu would remain in his palace.Sacrifice acknowledged and accepted mother Lakshmi as her sister too. This story is also responsible to celebrate raksha bandhan.

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