Rakshabandhan can be celebrated at any auspicious moment till Janmashtami if you can't tie ashes on Corona's ear today

Best Muhurt of Rakshabandhan
Rakshabandhan can be celebrated at any auspicious moment till Janmashtami if you can't tie ashes on Corona's ear today

According to the Agastya Samhita, tying ashes to a cow mother removes all kinds of faults
On the day of Rakshabandhan, there should be 7 items with coconut in the pooja plate
August 3 is the Rakshabandhan festival being celebrated today. This festival is celebrated on the day of Poonam in the month of Shravan. According to Bhavishya Purana, Devraj Indra was first tied to ashes by his wife Shachi, so that Indra won the battle. Apart from this, according to Vamana Purana, Lakshmiji tied ashes to King Bali. Earlier, Rakshabandhan was not just for siblings. In Vedic and Puranic times, Rakshasutra was made by Brahmins to be healthy, to increase one's age and to protect oneself from bad times.

3 moments throughout the day: -
This year, on the day of Rakshabandhan, Bhadra will be held till 9.29 am. Only after Bhadra should a sister tie ashes to her brother. There will be Shravan Nakshatra all day after 7.30 am today. Poonam will also stay till 9.30 pm. So after 9.29 am, ash can be tied all day long. The best auspicious moment for tying the ashes will be from 01.48 pm to 04.29 pm. Speaking of other auspicious moments, it will be from 07.10 pm to 09.17 pm.

Necessary items on the day of Rakshabandhan: -
Water Kalash - The worship plate should have a copper kalash. The water of Kalash is the abode of pilgrims and gods and goddesses. So this sacred work can be done by witnessing God and Tirtha.
Sandalwood and Kanku- Sandalwood and Kanku are most needed in the worship plate on the day of Rakshabandhan. It is mentioned in the scriptures that any auspicious deed should be started by applying tilak. That is why in Rakshabandhan, the first sister puts a tilak on her brother's head and works for his longevity.
Rice- After tilak, rice should be applied on the head. Rice is also called Akshat. Akshat means that which is not incomplete. The act of guarding is considered complete by applying Akshat in this way.
Coconut- Coconut is called shrifal. Shree means Lakshmi and prosperity. That is why it is necessary to have coconut in the worship plate for the sake of Lakshmi and prosperity in the life of siblings.
Ash- Wristband means tying ashes on the wrist to complete all kinds of defects. It is believed that the pressure of Mauli's cord on the wrist vein does not cause any health problems.
Sweets- Feeding sweets after tying ashes is a sign that there will never be bitterness in the relationship. According to the scriptures, after doing every auspicious deed, the mouth should be salted. So that the mind remains happy.
The lamp- The energy generated from the lamp keeps the surrounding negative energy away from the siblings, through which the love between the two grows. That is why after Rakshabandhan, the lamp is lit and the brother's Aarti is performed.

7 types of Rakshasutras mentioned in scriptures: -Vipra Rakshasutra - Going to a pilgrimage or reservoir on the day of Rakshabandhan and after a Vedic ritual, reciting the Siddha Rakshasutra by a Brahmin and tying it in the right hand of the host is considered to be the highest Rakshasutra in the scriptures.

Guru Rakshasutra- Guru binds in the right hand of the disciple for the welfare of his disciple.
Mother-Father Rakshasutra - Rakshasutra built by parents to protect their children is called a trophy in the scriptures.

Swasru Rakshasutra - After tying the Rakshasutra of a clan priest or Vedpathi Brahmin, the sister ties the Rakshasutra in the right hand of the brother to save him from troubles. It is mentioned in Bhavishya Purana.

Gau Rakshasutra- According to the August Samhita, tying ashes to the cow mother removes all kinds of diseases and sorrows This thinking has been going on since ancient times.

Tree Rakshasutra - If one does not have a brother, he can tie ashes to a tree. This is mentioned in the Puranas.
Ashvaraksha Sutra- According to Jyotish Granth Brihatsamhita, earlier horses were also tied to ashes. Through which the army was also protected. Nowadays horses are replaced by carts.

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