Happy Raksha Bandhan 2022- Rakhi Wishes in Sanskrit, Images, English Quotes & Hindi Status
Rakhi is celebrated to appreciate and honor the bond between the brothers & sisters which is characterized by laughs, fights, arguments, and so much more Happy Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) 2022: Wishes, images, quotes, status, messages, cards, and photos Raksha Bandhan 2022 Messages & Status * If I can choose my brother in the next life, …
- 10 August 2022,
- 11:26 PM
Rakhi is celebrated to appreciate and honor the bond between the brothers & sisters which is characterized by laughs, fights, arguments, and so much more
Happy Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) 2022: Wishes, images, quotes, status, messages, cards, and photos
Raksha Bandhan 2022 Messages & Status
* If I can choose my brother in the next life, then I will choose you. Happy Raksha Bandhan!
* Dear brother, even though I am far away from you you will always be there in my heart. Happy Raksha Bandhan!
* I always remember to pray to God to keep my dear sister safe from all harm and grant her eternal bliss. Blessings on Raksha Bandhan!
*This is a bond of love, a bond of togetherness, it’s a thread that binds life and hearts. Happy Raksha Bandhan!
Raksha Bandhan 2022 Quotes:
“My sister taught me everything I really need to know, and she was only in sixth grade at the time.” – Linda Sunshine
“A sister is a blessing to the soul, a companion to the spirit, and a life’s purpose thread.” – Isadora James
“A sister is both your mirror – and your opposite.” – Elizabeth Fishel
Let’s celebrate Rakhi- A festival dedicated to brothers and sisters
One of the sacred relationships on earth is a brother-sister relationship. They are like best friends and each other’s secret hoarders who often share a love-hate relationship. From the first day, they are each other’s best friends and most significant enemies. At times, the siblings join forces and bring the worst out in each other. Having a brother or sister in life can help you develop social skills and help you resolve conflicts. Your family photo album is filled with pictures that sum up the love and hate relationships. Nothing changes with time, but the love only grows, and the bond becomes stronger.
Story of Rakhi/Raksha Bandhan
Hindu epic Mahabharata is the source of the story of Raksha Bandhan. One time, Lord Krishna cut his finger, causing it to bleed. When Draupadi saw this, she tore a piece of fabric from her saree and tied it to his finger. In this way, the cloth became sacred. In return, Krishna promised to guard her against all evil throughout his life. Once Draupadi was being disrobed by the Kauravas, but Krishna rescued her dignity by providing her with an endless supply of fabric to cover her. Raksha Bandhan is when a girl ties a rakhi on the wrist of her brother and he, in turn, commits to keeping her safe just as Krishna did with Draupadi.
Indian religions’ view of Raksha Bandhan
Hinduism- Hindus mainly celebrate this festival in the northern and western parts of India.
Jainism- Priests of the Jain community also distribute ceremonial thread to devotees.
Sikhism- The Sikhs also celebrate the festival of brother-sister love as Rakhadi.
Raksha Bandhan symbolizes duty between brothers and sisters. Despite not being biologically related, the occasion is intended to celebrate any brother and sister relationship between men and women. Traditionally, sisters tie rakhis to their brothers’ wrists on this day to pray for their wellbeing and health. Brothers offer gifts in return and assure their sisters that they will protect them from harm.