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Celebrate Rakhi on 2nd August, 2012
 
Rakhi the ‘Thread of Love’ or Raksha Bandhan is a festival celebrating to strengthen the bond of affection, protection and rediscover the relation between brothers and sisters. It is the noblest action in the human psyche-the supportive and familial bond of love between brothers and sisters. This day siblings pray for each others' well being and wish for each others' happiness.
 
The Rakhi given by the sister to the brother on this day and the brother reaffirm a pledge to protect his sister from all harms and troubles and a prayer from the sister to protect the brother from all evil.

It also represents the shared connections of a harmonious and intertwined social order where everyone in society considers themselves brothers and sisters, united by shared bonds of noble love. This creates a feeling of belongingness and oneness amongst the family.
Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan
 
 
The festival falls on the full moon day of shravan month which comes generally in the month of August.The Rakhi 2006 falls on Wednesday, August 9th which will be 'the Shravani Poornima' or 'the Naarli Poornima' day according to the Hindi Calendar.

The 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.
Festivals are the celebration of togetherness the celebrations of being on of the family.

There are many popular legends that signify the importance of the Rakhi/Rakshabandhan in India. That are (1) the consort of Indra and Brihaspati,(2) Yudhishthira( the eldest Pandava son)and Lord Krishna, (3)the Mughal Emperor Humayun & Gujarat Sultan etc.

Rakhi is being celebrated since ancient time and its popularity seems to be increasing with every passing year Like any other festivals of India the exchange of sweets, other gifts adding lots of fun, singing and dancing are the essence of the festival of Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan.

 
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