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RAKSHA BHANDHAN UNIQUE FESTIVAL OF BROTHERS & SISTERS BONDING:India is a country widely known for its strong family culture system. Therefore, every year, Rakhi is celebrated with lots of anticipation & zeal.Raksha Bandhan stands for the celebration of siblinghood and is also known as Rakhi “the knot of commitment”. People have a traditional belief that the sacred thread of Rakhi has a strong power to bring closer the lovely relationship of a brother and sister.  Brother pledges to protect sister from all miseries & dangers under all circumstances. Sister performs religious puja and tilak ceremony by applying kumkum powder on the forehead of her brother. She also does Aarti & prays for her brother’s long life, good health & prosperity. In other words, Rakhi festival is synonym of pious love and cherished emotions shared amongst siblings.This festival falls on Shravana Purnima i.e. Lunar day in the month of August. This year it is between 11th & 12th August.The festival of Raksha Bandhan is widely celebrated all across India and its name changes from different place to place.
SHRAVAN - SAWAN 18th July, 2022Lord Shiva had consumed the poison which came out of the ocean during the Samudra Manthan and saved the world. Therefore, his devotees mark the Sawan or Shravan month to pray to the Lord, who always protects his followers from all dangers and blesses them with good health and fortune.For many Hindus, the month of Shraavana is a month of fasting., many will fast every Monday to the Lord Shiva and/or every Tuesday to the Goddess Parvati.The month of Shravana is very important for the entire sub-continent of India as it is connected to the arrival of the South-West monsoons.TODAY IS FIRST MONDAY OF SAWAN MONTH 2022🙏🏼🙏🏼
GURU PURNIMA13th July, 2022Full moon day during Ashadha month is known as Guru Purnima day. Traditionally this day is reserved for Guru Puja or Guru Worship. On this day disciples offer Puja or pay respect to their Gurus. Guru refers to spiritual guide who enlighten disciples by his knowledge and teachings.Guru Purnima is also known as Vyasa Purnima and this day is commemorated as birth anniversary of Veda Vyasa. Veda Vyasa was the author as well as a character in the Hindu epic Mahabharata.Adi Shankara, Sri Ramanuja Acharya and Sri Madhvacharya are some of the noteworthy Gurus in Hinduism.Guru Purnima is also celebrated by Buddhists in the honor of Gautama Buddha to commemorate the day when Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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