The festival of Rakshabandhan is celebrated on the full moon date of Shravan month. It is generally considered a festival of siblings but, according to different places and folk traditions, it is considered as a festival of Raksha Bandhan in different forms. By the way, this festival is related to defense. To show gratitude to whoever is going to protect you, you can tie a rakshaasutra to him. Rakhi or Rakshabandhan is considered to be the identity of the brother and sister relationship. The thread dam sister of Rakhi vows to protect her from her brother. Here we are going to tell you the historical and religious importance of Raksha Bandhan. But, if we go into our history and mythological legends, we will find that Rakhi doesn’t not only mean a symbol of love and protection among brothers and sisters only. In the legend of Indra and Indrani, Indra’s consort Indrani ties a sacred thread on his wrist to protect him from the demons. In the legend of Indra and Indrani, Indra’s consort Indrani ties a sacred thread on his wrist to protect him from the demons. This story tells us that Rakhi was used to protect our close ones from evil. It was also used as a means to bring the Hindus and Muslims together during the Bengal partition that took place during the struggle of Independence in India. Rabindranath Tagore used rakhi to bring harmony and brotherhood between the two religions to cease the decision of parting Bengal by the British.