7 Things you may not know about Rakhshabandhan
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated every year of the Shrawan Month.
Raksha Bandhan is also celebrated in India and Mauritius along with our country Nepal.
The religious journey of Amarnath starts with Guru Purnima and ends on the day of Raksha Bandhan.
The Postal Department of Government of India prepares a special envelope on this day. The price is ten rupees. In it you can send several Rakhis together.
The festival of protection is known as coconut purnima(नारियल पूर्णिमा) in Maharashtra, India.
South Indian Brahmin of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra and Orissa This festival is called Avni Avitam.
Amarnath Yatra also ends on the day of restoration. It is believed that the same day, Himani Shivaling also takes shape.