09 August, 2022

Best 25+ Raksha Bandhan Images || Raksha Bandhan Images HD || Raksha Bandhan Special Images

Best 25+ Raksha Bandhan Images || Raksha Bandhan Images HD || Raksha Bandhan Special Images

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Raksha Bandhan Stories


Story - Story Of Lord Krishna And Draupadi


This mythological story is associated with the Mahabharata period. Yudhishthira organized the Rajasuya Yagya in his capital Indraprastha. Shishupala was also present in that Yagya. During the yagna, Shishupala insulted Lord Shri Krishna and Shri Krishna killed Shishupala with the Sudarshan Chakra.

While returning after killing Shishupala, Krishna's finger was bitten by the Sudarshan Chakra and blood flowed out of it. Then Draupadi tore the pallu of her sari and tied it on the finger of Shri Krishna. At that time Shri Krishna promised Draupadi that he would repay the debt of each thread of this cloth.

At the time of gaming, when Kauravas tried to rip Draupadi, Shri Krishna kept his promise and protected Draupadi's shame by raising a rag.

The day Draupadi tied her pallu around the finger of Shri Krishna, it was the day of Shravan Purnima and that day is celebrated as Raksha Bandhan.


Story - Story Of King Bali And Mata Lakshmi


A mythological story of Rakshabandhan is associated with Lord Vishnu, Goddess Lakshmi, and King Bali.

King Bali of Asuras became invincible after completing 100 sacrifices. Establishing his kingdom on earth, he started preparing to get the throne of heaven. On knowing this, Devraj Indra became worried and reached the shelter of Lord Vishnu.

Indra prayed to Lord Vishnu to save the throne of heaven. Then, taking the Vamana avatar, Lord Vishnu went to the court of King Bali and begged him for alms. King Bali was a philanthropist. He promised Vamana avatar Lord Vishnu that whatever he asked for in alms, he would be provided.


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Lord Vishnu asked for three steps of land in alms. In fulfilling his promise, King Bali donated three steps of land to Lord Vishnu, the Vamana avatar, and asked him to measure three steps of land.

Lord Vishnu measured the earth in the first step and heaven in the second step. Even before the third step, King Bali had realized that Vamana present before him was not an ordinary person. He bowed his head to Lord Vishnu in the form of Vamana and requested him to keep the third step on his head.

Lord Vishnu did the same. In this way, King Bali was forced to live in Hades, losing his entire kingdom. Before going to Hades, Lord Vishnu came in his original form at the request of King Bali. He was very happy to see the charity of the sacrifice. He asked her to ask for a boon.

King Bali said, "Lord! I have lost everything. My only request to you is that you stay before me at all times.

Lord Vishnu said last and went to Hades with King Bali.

When Goddess Lakshmi, who was waiting for Lord Vishnu in Baikunth, got this information, she got worried. He called Narad Muni and consulted and asked for the solution to this problem. Narad Muni suggested that he tie King Bali as his brother by tying a Raksha sutra and asking Lord Vishnu as a gift.

Goddess Lakshmi reached Hades disguised as a poor woman and tied a Raksha sutra to King Bali's wrist as suggested by Narada.


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Then King Bali said, "I have nothing to give you."

Then Goddess Lakshmi came in her real form and said, "You have Lord Vishnu in your hands. That's what I want."

King Bali let Lord Vishnu go with Goddess Lakshmi. On the way, Lord Vishnu told King Bali that he would reside in Hades for four months every year. Those four months are called 'Chaturdashi' and start from Devshayani Ekadashi and continue till Devuthani Ekadashi.

The day when Goddess Lakshmi tied the Raksha sutra to King Bali, it was the full moon day of the month of Shravan. Since then that day is celebrated as Raksha Bandhan and on that day sisters tie, Rakshasutra/Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers, and brothers promise to protect their sisters.


Story - Story Of Yudhishthira


This story is from the time of the Mahabharata war. One day during the war, Yudhishthira asked Shri Krishna, "Tell me some way, so that I can go beyond all the troubles."

Then Shri Krishna said to Yudhishthira, “Tie the Raksha sutra on the wrists of all the soldiers. He will ensure victory by defeating all troubles.

Yudhishthira did the same and won the Mahabharata war. Rakshasutra also contributed to this victory.


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The day on which Yudhishthira had tied the Rakshasutra to all the soldiers, it was the full moon day of Shravan month. Since then, Rakhi is also tied to soldiers on this day.


Story - Story Of Rani Karnavati And Humayun


The story of Rakhi is associated with Rani Karnavati, the widow of the Rajput king Sanga of Chittor, and the Mughal ruler Humayun.

It was a custom in Rajasthan that when the Rajput kings went to war, women used to wear kumkum on their foreheads and tied silk Raksha sutra on their wrists. He believed that that silk thread would give him victory in the war.

In March 1534, the ruler of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah Zafar attacked Chittor. Then Queen Karnavati, the widow of Chittor, sent a rakhi to the Mughal emperor Humayun and sought his help.

At that time Humayun was going to climb Bengal. But as soon as he got Rakhi, he left his Bengal campaign and left for Chittor to help Queen Karnavati. That was the era of elephants and horses. By the time Humayun reached Chittor, it was too late and Queen Karnavati had committed Jauhar.

To fulfill the duty of Rakhi, Humayun fought with Bahadur Shah Zafar and defeated him, and handed over the reins of Chittor's rule to Vikramaditya, son of his estranged sister Rani Karnavati.


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