Happy Raksha Bandhan( Rakhi)- Wishes, Images, Quotes

Raksha Bandhan (or Rakhi) is a Hindu Festival and we like the relationship between brother and sister, and the entire whole family also celebrated this festival. On the full moon of the Hindu month of Shravana (Shravan Poornima), or around July and August. This day is also called as brother and sister day.

Rakshabandhan is around the corner and the Rakshabandhan celebrates the bond of brothers and sister rakhi is one of India’s most popular festivals. There is something very special about siblings. You may bicker all day but you also know they are the ones who always have your back no matter what.

From helping you sneak out of the house to lightening the tension at house each time you are in trouble, siblings are indeed a gift. And if there’s one Indian festival that truly celebrates this bond is Rakshabandhan (or Rakhi). Rakshabandhan means a bond of protection. On this day, brothers swear to protect their sisters from all adversities, while sisters pray for their brothers’ well-being. The day is celebrated with much passion, sisters tie a decorative thread around their brother’s wrist and get some presents in exchange. Later, the entire family proceeds to have a hearty feast. This year Rakshabandhan falls on 3rd August 2020

When Is Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) 2020?

3 August 2020

Quick Facts

This year: Mon, 3 Aug 2020
Next year: Sun, 22 Aug 2021
Last year: Thu, 15 Aug 2019
Type: Restricted Holiday

Date, Time, Pooja Timings For Rakshabandhan Or Rakhi 2020

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in Shravana month on Purnima(full moon day).

Raksha Bandhan Thread Ceremony Time – 09:28 AM to 09:26 PM
Aparna Time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat – 02:02 PM to 04:38 PM
Pradosh Time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat – 07:13 PM to 09:26 PM
Purnima Tithi Begins – 09:28 PM on Aug 02, 2020
Purnima Tithi Ends – 09:28 PM on Aug 03, 2020

History  Of Raksha Bandhan 

Women of all ages have been tying rakhi on their brothers’ hands since time immemorial. Rakhi is one of the most ancient Indian festivals, which has also been used to avert major casualty at wars. According to a popular legend, Alexander’s wife Roxana sent a rakhi for King Porus and asked him to spare Alexander’s life in return. King Porus promised her that if he ever comes face to face with Alexander in the battle, he would walk away without harming him. Another popular legend Rani Karnavati also sent a rakhi to Mughal Emperor Humayun, asking for help to protect her fort in Chittorgarh during a war. Around Bengal partition, Rabindranath Tagore urged both Hindu and Muslim women to tie rakhis on the wrists men belonging from opposite communities, as a symbolic fight against the divide and rule policy of the British.

Happy Raksha Bandhan 2020: Rakhi Wishes, Images, Quotes, Messages, Status, Photos, Wallpaper, and Greetings

  • Raksha Bandhan is one of the most awaited festivals of the year and it’s celebrated with a lot of energy and enthusiasm.
  • Raksha Bandhan is a day to celebrate the bond of a brother and sister. No matter how much they may fight or pull each other’s legs, but brother and sister also have each other’s back always and stand by each other in moments of need and crisis.
  • On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie a thread/band (called Rakhi) on the wrist of their brother. In return, the brother promises to take care of their sisters and keep them away from all negativity. Brothers also give money, sweets, and gifts to their sisters.
  • This year, Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on August 15, 2019. Here are some of the wishes, images, quotes, status, messages, photos, SMS, wallpaper, pics and greetings that you can share with your siblings to spread the joy of Raksha Bandhan festival:
  • I pray to god on Raksha Bandhan to bless you with a beautiful, happy, and prosperous life. Sending warm heartfelt wishes to you on Rakhi…Happy Raksha Bandhan!
  • We may gain and lose a lot of things in life but trust me on one thing…you will never lose me. I will always be there for you. Happy Raksha Bandhan!
  • There is no other bond like the bond of a brother and sister. Happy Raksha Bandhan!
  • You are the best gift I could have asked for. Let’s celebrate our special relation this Raksha Bandhan and promise to protect each other today and always!

You are the most amazing sibling and I wish you all the best wishes and lots of love on this Raksha Bandhan!

You are my best friend who has always been there for me. I know that whenever I need you, you will always be there for me. Thank you for all the love, care, and support! Happy Raksha Bandhan!

Nothing can change my love for you brother, be it the money or the time!! The celebration of Rakhi brings in more love and blessing in our relationship. Happy Raksha Bandhan to my dear brother!!

Hey sister, you are the only one I see a glimpse of my childhood. Love you and happy Rakshabandhan.

There is no buddy like a brother and no supergirl like a sister… Blessed to have both……..
Happy Rakhi!!

It is all blue, the sky is hue, dear darling brother, I love you!!!
Happy Rakshabandhan!

I may not be there to tie rakhi on your wrist but I know I am forever in your heart, Bhaiya. Sending you lots of love and blessings.
Happy Rakshabandhan!!

You have always stood by me, encouraged me with your inspiring words, and helped me overcome my failures. Dear brother, thanks for all that you have done for me.
Happy Raksha Bandhan!

On Rakhi Dear Brother
I just want to let you know
You mean the world to me
You were always there, that shows how much you really care.
I feel blessed having a brother just like you.

Bachpan ki wo bheeni smritiyan Lekar aaya Rakhi ka tyohaar Baat-baat par wo roothna mera Sneh tumhara jyun babul ka pyaar Mubarak ho Bhaiya tumhein Raksha Bandhan ka ye tyohaar!

Happy Raksha Bandhan 2020: Images, Wallpaper, Pics, and Greetings


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Raksha Bandhan is one of the most enjoyable festivals. It gives the brother and sister to strengthen their bond. Nowadays, even sisters who do not have brothers celebrate Raksha Bandhan with their sisters. The essence of the festival remains the same nonetheless. Raksha Bandhan is celebrated to celebrate the bond of brother-sister love. Furthermore, it marks the uniqueness of this bond and gives them a day to celebrate their love and confidence for each other.
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated by tying a sacred thread called a rakhi on the brother’s wrist. Brother’s, in return, shower their sisters with gifts and pledge to protect them for all their life. And we are giving by a lot of information on Raksha Bandhan and please do like and share also comment section below. Thank You.

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