The festival is celebrated on the full moon day of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month.
The festival of Raksha Bandhan is observed as a symbol of duty between brothers and sisters. The occasion is meant to celebrate any type of brother-sister relationship between men and women who may not be biologically related.
On this day, a sister ties a rakhi around the wrist of her brother in order to pray for his prosperity, health and well-being. The brother in return offers a gifts and promises to protect his sister from any harm and under every circumstance. The festival is also celebrated between brother-sister belonging to distant family members, relatives or cousins.
The story of Raksha Bandhan is related to the Hindu epic Mahabharata. In Mahabharata, Lord Krishna once cut his finger which then started bleeding. Seeing this Draupadi then tore a piece of cloth from her saree and tied it on his finger to stop the bleeding. The piece of cloth then became a sacred thread.
The Rakhi thread is considered as sacred because it reminds of the promise a brother makes to her sister that he will protect her until death. On the occasion, sisters pray for the good health and well being of their brothers and in lieu get gifts from their brother.
Rakshabandhan was Celebrated on 10-8-2022 Wednesday at Gajera Vidyabhavan, Sachin Pre-Primary Section .Students came in colourful dress. Boys Brought Sweet and Girls Brought Rakhi. Girls applied tilak on forehead of boys and tied Rakhi on boy's wrist.and boys gave sweet to girls.and students also tied Rakhi to the tree.then students show movie of king Humayun and Karnavati.