Raksha Bandhan

The name 'Raksha Bandhan' suggests 'a bond of protection'. On this auspicious day, brothers make a promise to their sisters to protect them from all harms and troubles and the sisters pray to God to protect their brother from all evil. The festival falls on the Shravan Purnima which comes generally in the month of August. Sisters tie the silk thread called Rakhi on their brother's wrist and pray for their well being and brothers promise to take care of their sisters.


August Festivals

  • AUG 1 - Sawan Ka Somwar Vrat , Chandradarshan
  • AUG 2- Hariyali teej,Roja starts
  • AUG 3-Shri Ganesh Chaturthi
  • AUG 4 - NagPanchami ,Takshak Puja
  • AUG 6-Shri Tulsi Das Ji Jayanti
  • AUG 8- Sawan Ka Somwar Vrat
  • AUG 9-Putra da Ekadashi Vrat ,Mangla gauri vrat
  • AUG 11-Pradosh vrat
  • AUG 13- Rakshbandhan
  • AUG 15-Independance Day
  • AUG 16- Kajri Teej Vrat
  • AUG 21- Gokulaasthni
  • AUG 22- Shri Krishna Janam Asthmi
  • AUG 26 -Pradosh Vrat
  • AUG 27 -Mass Shivratri Vrat
  • AUG 28- Shradh Amavasaya
  • AUG 29- Snan -Daan Amavasya
  • AUG 31- Haritalika Teej
Gurus of India
  • Name:    Dr.Shankar Charan Tripathi
  • Field:    Swar Vigyan
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