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Rakhi is the celebration of bond the between brothers and sisters. Since ancient time, this festival is celebrated on the full moon day called 'Rakhi Purnima' all over India. This auspicious occasion signifies the loving bond among the siblings. Raksha Bandhan Festival 2013 ie on 21st August, every sister spends days to search for an exclusive and exquisite Rakhi to adorn the hand of her loving brother and try to make the occasion more special and brothers in return give gifts to india to their sisters and they both treat each other with sweets.
There are many mythical and historical occurences that mention the auspisious day of Rakhi. One is an incident from the epic Mahabharat concerns Krishna and Draupadi, the wife of the Pandavas. She had once torn a strip of silk off her sari and tied it around Lord Krishna's wrist to stop the bleeding from a battlefield wound. Lord Krishna was so touched by her action that he declared her to be his sister, even though they were unrelated. Krishna promised to repay the debt and then spent the next 25 years doing just that. Draupadi, in spite of being married to five great warriors and being a daughter of a powerful monarch, trusted and depended wholly on Krishna.
Another popular narrative that is centered around Rakhi is that of Rani Karnavati of Chittor and Mughal Emperor Humayun. When Rani Karnavati, the widowed queen of the king of Chittor, realised that she would not be able to defend against the invasion by Bahadur Shah, she sent a Rakhi to Emperor Humayun. He was touched a lot and he immediately set off with his troops to defend Chittor.
One other incident is from the vedic period, on full moon day there was fight between demons and deities and unfortunately deities were loosing which caused a lot of worried to Lord Indra. His wife Indrani was a very relious by nature so she prepared a talisman with her religious power and tied it around Indra's right wrist. Indrani believed that her talisman will safeguard Indra from the attack of demons and she was right, as that day, the deities won the battle and Indra escaped unhurt. As the talisman had the power of protecting the person who wore it, it came to be known as 'Raksha Sutra' and the ceremony of tying it was called Raksha Bandhan. Since this particular act of tying the talisman took place on 'Shravan Poornima' day, it has become a tradition to celebrate 'Raksha Bandhan' on the 'Shravan Poornima' day every year. With time, the festival came to comprise of brother-sister duo.
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