Shravan Purnima will start on 11th August 2022 at 10:38 am and will end the next day on 12th August 2022 at 7.05 am. On August 11, Bhadra Kaal will remain throughout the day. Bhadra will end at 8.51 in the night. In such a situation, many people can celebrate Rakhi on 12 August.
Those who are celebrating Rakshabandhan on 11th August 2022 Muhurta can tie Rakhi during Pradosh period from 08.52 minutes to 09.20 minutes. This is the best time to tie Rakhi on this day.
On August 11, 2022, Bhadra will remain from morning till night, tying Rakhi in Bhadra is inauspicious. But due to the paucity of time, those who are compelled to tie Rakhi during this period, they can tie Rakhi after seeing the chaghadis of auspicious, profit or nectar during Pradosh period.
Purnima Tithi is ending on 12th August at 07.5 minutes only. The auspicious time for tying Rakhi on this day starts from 05.52 am to 7.05 am only.
If you are tying Rakhi on August 12, then definitely keep in mind the auspicious time, because Panchak is also being held from this day. Panchaki will start from 2.49 pm on Friday, August 12, 2022, which will continue till 9.07 pm on Tuesday, August 16.
Raksha Bandhan 2022: On which day to celebrate Raksha Bandhan? On August 11th or 12th? Remove the confusion regarding the date, see the auspicious time
Raksha Bandhan Shubh Muhurt 2022: Raksha Bandhan is on August 11 or 12, let us clear this doubt and know what the auspicious time and knowledgeable pundits have to say about this.
The official holiday of Raksha Bandhan 2022, the festival of love between brothers and sisters, is on August 11. This time there is doubt about the date in the minds of people regarding which day is Rakshabandhan. Somewhere there is a discussion about August 11, then someone is talking about August 12. Let us clear this doubt and know what auspicious time and knowledgeable pundits have to say about this.
According to the Panchang, Rakshabandhan falls on the full moon date of the month of Sawan in Hindi. Pandit Ravindra Nath Mishra told that according to the Rishikesh Panchang, the time of Purnima Tithi is starting on 11th August at 9:35 am and ends on 12th August at 7:16 am. After this the Ekam Tithi of Bhadra month will start. According to the Panchang and religious belief, the date in which the sunrise occurs in the Hindi month is valid. Many sages also argued that the rising date of Purnima is happening on 12th July. Although the full moon will remain on 12 August after the sunrise of only 2 hours, but on the full day of the Hindi month, there are eight Pahar in the night, in which seven Pahar is passing on 11 August. A period is passing on 12th August, so 11th August is a suitable date for Rakshabandhan.
According to the Panchang, the full moon will start from 9:35 on 11th August and from that time Bhadra Nakshatra is entering which will remain till 8:25 pm on 11th August. In such a situation, many pundits say that Bhadra Nakshatra is considered inauspicious. In such a situation, performing Raksha Bandhan on August 11, tying Rakhi on the wrists of brothers will be considered inauspicious. On the other hand, Pandit Rabindra Nath Tiwari says that according to the Panchang, Bhadra Nakshatra travels in all the three worlds throughout the year. According to the almanac, there are three worlds: Hades, Heaven, and Mortya Lok, the world in which the earth is. If Bhadra Nakshatra resides in the mortal world then it is considered inauspicious. In such a situation, it is not considered auspicious to do any work when there is Bhadra Nakshatra, but if Bhadra Nakshatra is in heaven, then it is considered auspicious. Even if Bhadra Nakshatra is in Hades, it is beneficial. The Bhadra Nakshatra which is entering on 11th August is situated in Hades, so there is no danger on Bhadra Nakshatra entry on that day. There is no harm for the one who performs Rakshabandhan or does any auspicious work.
What is the auspicious time of Raksha Bandhan?
Regarding the auspicious time of Rakshabandhan, Pandit Ravindra Nath explains that after the full moon starts on August 11, Rakshabandhan can also happen in Bhadra Nakshatra, but the best auspicious time is starting from 8:25 in the evening of August 11 because some Shravan Nakshatra is starting from the time which will remain till 5:08 am on 12th August. According to the Panchang, Shravan Nakshatra is very auspicious for a human being. Any work in this constellation is considered very auspicious, so from 8:25 in the evening of August 11 to 5:08 in the morning of August 12, there is a special auspicious time for Raksha Bandhan. Dhanishta Nakshatra is starting after 5:08 on 12th July. This constellation is also considered auspicious. It is considered auspicious to do Raksha Bandhan on the full moon date of July 12 till 7:16 am. However, after this the month of Bhadra will start.