Rakhi is a religious Indian festival that celebrates the never ending relationship of love and respect between a brother and a sister. When the onset of this festival come a lot of celebration, enthusiasm and exchange of gifts. The articles in this chapter throws light on the day and date on which rakhi is celebrated worldwide. The articles also discuss the nature of this festival, the different kinds of celebrations involved and the true spirit of festivity.

 

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When was Rakhi in 2017

When was Rakhi in 2017

Rakhi - a mere mention of this word is enough to evoke the loving memories of our siblings in our minds. It is basically a name given to a Hindu festival celebrated to glorify the empyrean bond of unadulterated love, care and affection between a brother and a sister. All throughout India, the day is celebrated with full gung-ho. Fun, frolic and feasting mark this day in every Indian household. The widespread nature of the Indian diaspora has also accounted for the celebration of this festival outside the geographical limits of the nation. Hindus, throughout all over the world, intends to take active participation in celebrating

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Rakhi 2016

When is Rakhi in 2016 - The Sacred Bond of Protection

Raksha Bandhan is a very auspicious festival celebrated in India which is spreading all over the globe very fast. Though originally a Hindu festival, it is now celebrated by everyone irrespective of their religion and nationality. This is an important day for all brothers and sisters and they observe this day very ardently with a lot of joy and goodwill. It is an annual festival with all brothers and sisters spending a lot of time thinking about how they make this day special for their dear siblings. As this year is drawing to an end, everyone is starting their planning how they will celebrate the new set of festivals that are

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When is Rakhi in 2015

When is Rakhi in 2015 ?

Raksha Bandhan, the Hindu festival, is simply known as Rakhi or Rakhi Purnima in many parts of India. The festival is a celebration of the eternal bond of love between a brother and sister. The festival initially started as a celebration between siblings having blood relations but today a woman and a man, even though not siblings, can still take part in celebrating Raksha Bandhan. On this day, sisters tie a sacred thread around the wrists of their brothers. This thread is called ‘Rakhi’. Thereafter, the day on which this is tied, also came to be known as Rakhi. Since the traditional Hindu calendar is followed to

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When is Rakhi in 2014?

The bonding of the siblings is regarded the strongest companionship. The brother sister relation involves affection, concern and attachment. Their devoted lifelong support is a priceless possession. We rely on them during crisis and grief. We celebrate together in each other’s success or festivity. Raksha Bandhan is the pious occasion when the whole world celebrates this adorable relationship. Observed in the full moon day of the month of Shravana, on this day sisters tie a sacred rakhi on her brother’s wrist. It symbolises sister’s love who wishes the well being and prosperity of her brother. The brother als

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When is Rakhi in 2013?

Rakhsh Bandhan is a well known festival of India. The festival is also known as Rakhi and Rakhi Purnima in various parts of India. On the day of the festival, sister prepares a Rakhi thali which includes a diya, roli, chawal (rice) and some sweets.       Rakhi to India   Rakhi to USA   Rakhi to UK   Rakhi to Canada

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When is Rakhi in 2012?

Raksha Bandhan also known as Rakhi is one of the well known festivals of India. Rakhi is celebrated with lots of joy and enthusiasm by every sibling. This festival is celebrated on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravana.  This festival is celebrated with lots of joy and enthusiasm by every sibling. This festival celebrates the eternal bond of love and affection shared between brother and sister. The celebration of  Rakhi can be traced back to the ancient epics & legends such as the legend in the Bhavishya Puran, the legend of King Bali and Goddess Laxmi & Yama and the Yamuna. This festival is also

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When is Rakhi 2011

Right from the very conclusion of this sacred festival in the receding year, the planning for rakhi has started. Such is the importance and vivacity of this festival among the Indian populace. Every year on the full moon day in the Hindu month of Shravana this holy event is celebrated. As per the Gregorian calender, the festival takes place on the month of July-August. Rakhi in 2011 will be celebrated on 13th August. Now that you know when is rakhi, we can focus on the festival of Raksha Bandhan in general and also on the different gifts that can be sent on this festival.  On this day, girls tie rakhis to their brothers a

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When is Rakhi in 2010?

Rakhi - a mere mention of this word is enough to evoke the loving memories of our siblings in our minds. It is basically a name given to a Hindu festival celebrated to glorify the empyrean bond of unadulterated love, care and affection between a brother and a sister. All throughout India, the day is celebrated with full gung-ho. Fun, frolic and feasting marks this day in every Indian household. The widespread nature of the Indian diaspora has also accounted for the celebration of this festival outside the geographical limits of the nation. Hindus, throughout all over the world, intends to take an active participation in celeb

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When is Rakhi in 2010?

:: When is Rakhi in 2010? :: Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is the celebration of the unspoken love between two siblings, specifically between a brother and a sister. On this auspicious day, sisters keep a fast from the morning until they tie the sacred thread of Rakhi on the forehand of their brothers. This sacred thread is called Rakhi and the festival is called Raksha Bandhan which means 'the bond of protection'. This thread is embellished with the love and care of the dear sister for her dearest brother. By tying this thread of rakhi, sisters make promise to protect her brother from every danger or omen energies. Falls on the Shr

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When is Rakhi in 2009 ?

The greatest attributes of humans is their power to think and love. Love takes different names through different relationships,be it mother,father,sister or friend. Love is something undying; but we need some special occasions to rekindle our emotions and celebrate the passion produced by love. Rakhi is one such Indian occasion which celebrates the unconditional love between a brother and a sister. This year the Rakhi day is drawing near and brothers and sisters all over India and around the world are eagerly waiting for the auspicious day. Every year Shravan Purnima better known as Rakhi Purnima is celebrated as Rakhi Day.

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