Posted on 26/08/2018
Raksha Bandhan is derived from two loanwords Raksha and Bandhan. Raksha means protection and Bandhan means tying or fastening. Raksha Bandhan is celebrated every year on the last day of the Hindu lunar calendar month of Shravan on full moon day which falls in August. Raksha Bandhan 2018 will be celebrated on 26th August and the Shubh Muhurat (timings) will be from 6:04 A.M. to 5:25 P.M (more details given in below article).
The bond between a brother and a sister is really adorable. It is full of care, love, fights, tease, joy, brotherhood, protectiveness, all at the same time. From the mischievous fights over chocolate to supporting each other in the times of need, is greatly cherishing. India is a land of various vivid festivals and Raksha Bandhan is one of those many festivals.