Siliguri, 14th August: After 19 years, Raksha Bandhan in 2019 is coinciding with 15th August, which happens to be India’s Independence Day that calls for double celebrations for all Indians. On this auspicious day, sisters tie Rakhi or Raksha Sutra on their brothers’ wrist and pray for his long life and happiness. At the same time, brothers promise to protect their sisters by giving them gifts or gifts in return.
The Muhurta will commence from 5.49 am in the morning and end at 6: 01 pm in the evening. According to astrologers, during the pace the most auspicious time for all the sisters to tie rakhi and pray for the long life of their brothers will fall between 1:43pm and 4:20pm in the afternoon. Due to the alignment of Siddhi Yog from the morning on August 15, the importance of Raksha bandhan festival will increase further this year.