Hello friends as you know that next month Raksha Bandhan (which we also call Rakhi) will not be happy this year in Rakhi which happens every year, because this year there is a festival of Raksha Bandhan and so many festivals which are happy Corona virus has reduced. But still the festival has to be held. Because this is our very important and it is
Raksha Bandhan, a very good and favorite one, is a traditional Hindu, annual rite or ceremony, by the same name, which is celebrated as a Hindu in India, Nepal and other parts of the Indian subcontinent and among people all over the world . . Proves in culture.
On this day, sisters of all ages are made of a talisman or tent, which binds them, called rakhi, around their wrist, protecting them symbolically, receiving a gift in return and traditionally Investing brothers with responsibility for their potential. Care.
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in the last days of the Hindu Shravan calendar month of Shravan, which falls more in August. “Raksha Bandhan,” Sanskrit, literally means “bond of protection, obligation or care”, which now mainly applies to this ritual.
By the middle of the 20th century, the expression was applied to a similar ritual, also held on the same day, with precedence in ancient Hindu texts in which a household priest clapped, charmed, or had his wrist Used to tie a thread. Patrons, or alter their sacred thread, and receive the gift of wealth; In some places, it still is.By contrast,
the sister-brother festival, with origins in folk culture, had names that varied with the place, some of which were presented as Ceylon and Rakri. . In a ritual involving Saluno, the sisters included barley sprouts behind their brothers’ ears.Of special importance to married women is the Raksha Bandhan as a regional or village outing, in which a bride marries outside her village or town, and her parents, by custom, do not go to her married home. In rural North India,
where village excesses are quite prevalent, a large number of married Hindu women return to their parents’ homes every year on the festival.] His brothers,who usually live with or around parents , Sometimes traveling to return. His sisters house. Many young married women arrive at their newborn homes a few weeks early and stay until the festival. The brothers act as lifelong middlemen between their sisters ‘marriage and parents’ homes, as well as promising their safety and enhancing their security.
In India, where families are growing rapidly, festivals have become more symbolic, but are becoming highly popular. The rituals of this festival have spread beyond their traditional regions and localities and are being displaced by the nation state along with technology and migration, films, social interaction and propaganda by political Hinduism.
Among women and men, who are not blood relatives, there is also an altered tradition of the family, achieved through the bonding of the amulets of the rakhi, which cuts across caste and class lines and Hindu and Muslim divisions. . In some communities or contexts, other figures, such as the mothership, or an individual in authority, may be involved in ritual acknowledgment at the ceremony.