Raksha Bandhan Shubh Muhurta and Bhadra Timing: The festival of Rakshabandhan is celebrated every year during Sawan Purnima Tithi and the Bhadra-free period. But this year there is confusion regarding the date of Rakshabandhan. Some pundits and astrologers say that this time it will be auspicious to celebrate the festival of Rakshabandhan on 11th August. So at the same time, some say that it would be best to celebrate Rakhi on 12th August. In fact, whenever the date of any fast or festival falls on two days in Hinduism, there is confusion about it. This time too, due to the full moon on two days of Rakshabandhan, there is a doubt in the minds of people that when to celebrate the festival of Rakhi. Regarding the date, Pandits and astrologers are also giving different advice regarding the date of Rakshabandhan. Apart from the date, this time there is a shadow of Bhadra on Rakshabandhan as well. On August 11, there will be Bhadra for the whole day. According to the scriptures, the festival of Rakshabandhan should always be celebrated in Bhadra-free time. In such a situation, let us know what says on August 11 and 12, according to the Panchang and the scriptures, would it be appropriate to celebrate the festival of Rakhi someday?
Bhadra will be there for the whole day on 11th August
According to the scriptures, some time in the day is not considered good for auspicious works. Bhadrakal and Rahukal are prominent in this. This time on August 11, with Sawan Purnima Tithi and Shravan Nakshatra, there will be Bhadrakal for the whole day. On August 11, the inauspicious time of Bhadra will end at 08:53 pm.
Bhadra will not live on earth
11th August, although Bhadra will start with Purnima Tithi on 11th August, but Bhadra’s abode will remain in Patal Lok. According to Muhurta Shastra Chintamani, when Bhadra resides on earth, auspicious and auspicious works cannot be done during this period, but when this Bhadra resides in Paatal Lok, it does not affect the inhabitants of the earth. The effect of Bhadra resides in the world in which he lives. In such a situation, on August 11, Bhadra’s residence is not on earth, so Raksha Bandhan can be celebrated on August 11.
According to the calendar calculations, whenever the Moon travels in Cancer, Leo, Aquarius, and Pisces, the shadow of Bhadra falls on the earth. On the other hand, when the Moon travels in Aries, Taurus, and Scorpio, Bhadra resides in heaven. When Moon is in Virgo, Libra, Sagittarius, and Capricorn, Bhadra stays in Hades. According to the scriptures, when Bhadra resides in Heaven or Hades, there is no bad effect. In such a situation, on August 11, the festival of Rakshabandhan should be celebrated because of Bhadra’s abode in Hades.
Why not celebrate Rakshabandhan on 12th August
There is a tradition of celebrating Rakshabandhan on Sawan Purnima Tithi. Purnima Tithi will start from 10.38 am on 11th August, which will continue till 07:05 am on the next day i.e. 12th August, after Pratipada Tithi of Bhadrapada will start. Therefore, there is no special logic behind celebrating Rakshabandhan on the 12th of August.
Rakshabandhan auspicious time on 11th August – Raksha Bandhan auspicious time 2022
According to the Muhurta calculation, Abhijit Muhurta will be from 11.37 am to 12.29 am on August 11. On Thursday, August 11, there will be a Vijay Muhurta from 02:14 pm to 03:07 pm. In such a situation, Rakhi can be tied at this time in Bhadrakal.
Raksha Bandhan Bhadra Raksha Bandhan Bhadra Mukha: Raksha Bandhan Bhadra Kaal ends at 06:18
From morning to 08:00: Choghadiya Shubh Muhurta 08:51 am – 11 August 2022 Good morning 06 -7.39 Four days: 10.53-12.31 Labh Days: 12.31- 02.8 Amrit Days: 02.08- 03.46 Good Evening: 05.23- 07.1 Amrit Raat: 07.00-08.23 4 Nights: 08.23-09.46
Scorpio Ascendant Day: 01.33- 03.23
Rakshabandhan 2022 Pradosh Muhurta
Pradosh Muhurta: 20:52:15 to 21:13:18
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