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Rakhi History





In the Vedic period, on a 'Shravan Poornima' day (Full Moon Day of the Hindu month of Shravan), the deities and the demons were fighting a battle against each other. Unfortunately the demons were in a stronger position as compared to the deities. The king of the deities, Lord Indra, was very much worried about the result of the battle. His wife  could not see him worried and prayed to the almighty. She was a religious lady so she prepared a thread with her religious power and tied it around Indra's right wrist. She believed that this thread will safeguard Indra from the attack made by the demons. She was actually right about her belief as that day the deities won the battle and Lord Indra escaped unhurt.

Through the passage of time festivals are undergoing modifications. Rakhi is also known as Raksha Bandhan. Rakhi has become a sacred festival for sisters and brothers. Sisters tie them to brothers. Priests tie them to people of his congregation. During the middle ages, if a woman tied a Rakhi on the hand of any man, then it became imperative for him, as his religious duty of the highest order, to protect that woman. That man would put his life at stake to protect the honour of that woman.



Lord Krishna & Draupadi

Lord Krishna & Draupadi

Mahabharat Draupadi Vastraharan :- Duryodhana ordered to disrobe the woman and Dushashan went on to pull the clothes. Draupadi closed her eyes and prayed to Shri Krishna to save her dignity. Miraculously, she was not disrobed and clothes appeared to save her. Draupati and Lord Krishn were not an real brother and sister, but there love was not lesser then that, As Draupati ties Rakhi to Lord Krishna.
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History Of Rakhi

History Of Rakhi

History of Rakhi
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