Raksha Bandhan 2020: When is Raksha Bandhan? Know the auspicious time to tie Rakhi
The festival of Rakshabandhan is on 3 August. The special thing is that this day is also the last Monday of Sawan. Along with this, there is also the full moon of Sawan on 3 August. This time is also going to be a combination of Sarvartha Siddhi and Ayushman Longevity, due to which Rakhi is going to be very auspicious this time.
the right time to tie rakhi
It is said that Ravana’s sister tied her rakhi in Bhadra period itself, so Ravana was destroyed. On August 3, Bhadra is at 9.29 in the morning. The festival of Rakhi will start from 9:30 in the morning. From 1.35 pm to 4:30 pm is a very good time in the afternoon. After this, there is a very good auspicious time between 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm in the evening.
Raksha Bandhan celebration in covid19
This time due to Coronavirus, many siblings will not meet on Raksha Bandhan festival. Brothers and sisters can celebrate this festival even if they live separately. Sisters keep a picture of Lord Krishna in front of the brother by taking a video call and placing a rakhi in front of him as a brother, then the fruits of Raksha Bandhan will be received.
Raksha Bandhan Mahasanyog
On the day of Rakshabandhan, a combination of very good planetary constellations is coming. On this day, Siddhi Yoga is being made for all-purpose. In this combination, all the wishes are fulfilled. Apart from this, Ayushman Longevity Yoga is on this day, that means the life of both brothers and sisters will belong. On 3 August, there is only Shravan Nakshatra of Moon. Lord of Capricorn, Saturn and Sun are making composite sum among themselves. Both Saturn and Sun increase lifespan. This coincidence has come after 29 years.