Raksha Bandhan 2020 Best Wishes
Indian is the land festivals. Every month here, some major festival is celebration in one part or the other the other. Rakshabandhan or Rakhi is one such important festivals of India.
Rakhi is the festival, which seeks to celebrate the unique relation of brother and sister. Rakshabandhan is an age -old traditional festival of India which is celebrated across the length and breadth of the country.
The word Rakhi or Rakshabandhan refers to a decorative thread called Rakhi or the bond of protection. On this day sisters tie Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers and on return brothers swear to protect their sisters from all adversities viz a viz sisters pray for their brothers’ well-being. However, the celebration of the festival of Rakhi covers more aspects than just this. Like any other festival of India this too is celebrated with lot of vigour and enthusiasm.
Raksha Bandhan / Rakhi 2020 Date
Rakhi is celebrated on the day of full moon i.e. Purnima in the month of Sharvana. This year i.e. in the year 2020, the festival of Rakshabandhan or Rakhi will be celebrated on 3rd of August, 2020 – Monday.
Importance of the Festival of Rakhi
It is an ancient Indian festival celebrated from time immemorial. it is among one of the most important festivals of India. Historically Rakhi has shown it significance much more than just a festival. Legends tell, Roxana, wife of the great Alexander sent a Rakhi to the King Porus and asked him to spare the life of Alexander in return and Porus also promised her that if he ever faces Alexander in the battle, he would walk away without harming Alexander.
Rani Karnavati also sent a rakhi to Mughal Emperor Humayun, asking for help. The great Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore urged both Hindu and Muslim women to tie Rakhis to men in support of showing their support of solidarity and against the partition of Bengal.
Raksha Bandhan 2020 Best Wishes – Rakhi Messages
|That one Rakhi has a strong power to prove my love for you. And that one Rakhi proves your sense of security towards me. Happy Rakhi!|
|We share a strong bond. May it grow stronger with the passage of time. Happy Rakhi!|
|May God grant you a happy, long and healthy life. Happy Rakhi, dear sister!|
|Dear sister, you are my best friend and I would never want to part from you. Happy Rakhi!|
|No one understands me like you do. You are my closest ally and the one in whom I can place my complete trust. Happy Rakhi, dear sister!|
|On this auspicious occasion, I want you to know that I really care for you and would always sand by your side. Happy Rakhi.|
|I have such a wonderful sister like you. There is nothing more that I want from God. Happy Rakhi.|
|You are much more than my sister. You are my best friend and guardian. Happy Rakhi.|
|You are the biggest support of my life. Wishing you a very happy Rakhi!|
|How blessed one feels when he has a sister cum best friend. Happy Rakhi!… Love you!|
|This Rakhi, reinforce the bond of love with your siblings and make it unforgettable forever. Happy Rakshabandhan.|
|Holding sweets and Rakhi on plate, don’t make your sisters to wait. Reach home with gifts and celebrate. Happy Rakhi.|
|On the occasion of Rakshabandhan – the festival of siblings. Let’s Join hands and make a commitment with nature to protect it.|
|On this pious occasion of Raksha Bandhan I want to remind you that no matter what, I will always be there for you. Love you. Happy Rakshabandhan.|