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Raksha Bandhan Muhurat 2022: Most auspicious and classical method of tying rakhi
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According to Hindu Panchag, Rakhi is said to be on August 11 this time. But due to the shadow of Bhadra period on this day, some people will celebrate the festival of Rakhi on August 12. In such a situation, if you are also very confused about the date, then let us know about its auspicious time and date.
when is Raksha Bandhan 2022: Rakshabandhan Rakshabandhan will be celebrated on 11 August across the country. This time there is confusion among the people about the date of Rakshabandhan. According to Hindu Panchag, Rakhi is being told on August 11 this time. But due to the shadow of Bhadra period on this day, some people will celebrate the festival of Rakhi on August 12. In such a situation, if you are also very confused about the date, then let us know about its auspicious time and date.
It is considered as scripture to celebrate the festival of Rakshabandhan on the full moon date without Bhadra. Acharya Shri Bhai knows from Matyunjay ji that what is the right time to tie Rakhi on Rakshabandhan this year?
There is confusion among the people about Rakshabandhan Shravani Upakarma. People in confusion about many festivals in Hinduism celebrate the festival the next day. This year, the festival of Rakshabandhan (Rakshabandhan) will be celebrated on Thursday, August 11. According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Rakshabandhan is celebrated on the full moon date of Shukla Paksha of Sawan month. On this day, sisters tie a rakhi on the wrist of their brothers, hence Rakshabandhan is also called Rakhi. This year, a dilemma has arisen about the time of tying rakhi on the day of Rakshabandhan. The main reason for this is Bhadra. It is forbidden to do any auspicious work in Bhadra.
Rakshabandhan date 2022 According to Kashi Panchang, the full moon date of Shravan month is valid on Thursday, August 11, on Thursday, on the next day, 12 August Friday is valid for 05:58 am.
National Hindu festivals have been determined by the hundreds of scholars of astrology rituals, Vedas, Dharm Shastras, from the hundred of the "National Panchang Reforms Committee". Professor Priyavrat Sharma was a senior member of this committee who has set the Rakshabandhan date for 2022 in his immortal text "Fasting Parv Vivek" on August 11. Apart from this, if we study religious texts in which mainly On studying Dharmasindhu, Decision Indus, Piyush Dhara, Muhurta Chintamani, Tara Prasad Divya Panchang etc., you will reach the result that on 11 August 2022, Rakshabandhan, Shravani Upakarma festival is consistent.
Why should Rakshabandhan, Upakarma Sanskar celebrate on 11 August 2022 It is considered necessary to have full moon date and Shravan Nakshatra mainly in Rakshabandhan and Shravani Upakarma. This year, on August 11, the full moon date is starting from 10.39 minutes, which is prevalent throughout the day, while the Shravan Nakshatra will start from 6:53 am.
Many natives have the question that Rakshabandhan should not be done in the Shravan Nakshatra containing Uttarashada. If the Uttarashada Nakshatra is two Muhurta, then it has side effects, but on the day of Rakshabandhan, Uttarashada Nakshatra will remain for only 5 minutes while a Muhurta is 48 minutes. This fact also does not apply here. Apart from this, in Dharmasindhu, it is said that the primacy of the Nakshatra is not seen for the Yajurveda, but the primacy of the date is pervaded and the full moon is prevalent on August 11 and on August 12, the full moon day is not a full -fledged three Muhurta, Rakshabandhan, celebrating the sacrament, is not consent.
Why is it not scriptural to celebrate Rakshabandhan on August 12?
1. Because on August 12, the full moon will end at 7: 6 in the morning, which is only 1 hour 18 minutes after sunrise, which is less than two Muhurta.
2. According to the decision and religion Indus texts, it is considered prohibited in the scriptures to perform Shravani Upakarma (wearing Janeu) in the constellation with Pratipada and Dhanishtha with Bhadrapada.
3. On August 11, Bhadra is prevalent throughout the day, but due to Bhadra being in Capricorn, it is considered to be in Patal Lok and said in Piyush Dhara.
Swargi Bhadra Shubhan Kuryat Patale Ch Dhanagam. Deathyulok Sthaita Bhadra Sarva Kama Destroy.
When Bhadra is in heaven or heaven, then it is able to give auspicious results. It is also said in the Muhurta Martand "Sathitabhurlokhi Bhadra Sadatiraga Swargapatalga Shubha". Therefore, it is clear that if Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius or Capricorn is falling in the moon, then it is going to provide auspicious results.
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