New Delhi, August 24, News24 Bureau: Raksha Bandhan is the festival of brothers and sisters which is celebrated in India with great enthusiasm and fervour. Sisters, dressed up in their best outfits, ready with delicious sweets and other delicacies, tie rakhi, a thread of trust and love on the wrist of their brothers, wishing them all the best and praying for their well-being.
This is a very auspicious moment and all sisters want to tie Rakhi on their brother's wrists in a good muhurat. Read below to know the Shubh Muhurat of Rakshabandhan 2018:
Shubh Muhurat to tie Rakhi: The best time to tie Rakhi is between 5.59 AM to 5.25 PM. (26th August 2018)
Afternoon Muhurat is between 1.30PM to 4.12 PM (26th August 2018)
The Poornima Tithi begins and ends in the following time:
Poornima Tithi begins at 3. 16 PM (On 25th August 2018)
And Poornima Tithi ends at 5.25 PM (On 26th August 2018)
Normally sisters don't eat anything and after the ritual, they binge on tasty food with bothers. Brothers also give beautiful gifts to their sisters.