Raksha Bandhan 2022The festival of Rakshabandhan is celebrated with great pomp in India. You will be surprised to know that there are some places in India where Raksha Bandhan is not celebrated. Yes, people do not celebrate the festival of Rakshabandhan since 12th in Surana village of Muradnagar, located 30 km from Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. People here do not celebrate Rakshabandhan by going to other places also. The people of the village consider this day to be a black day.
This village belongs to Chandravanshi Ahir Kshatriyas of Chhabria gotra.
This village has been established here from the Ahirs of Chhabria gotra after coming out of Alwar in Rajasthan. The name of this village is formed by combining “Sau” “Rana”. It is said that at that time only a hundred people had established this village together.
Why Raksha Bandhan is not celebrated
Chhabria Rahul Surana, a resident of this village said that no person of Chhabria gotra celebrates the festival of Rakshabandhan. Hundreds of years ago, Son Singh Rana, a descendant of Prithviraj Chauhan, had camped here on the banks of the river Hindon. Then Mohammad Ghori came to know that the descendants of Prithviraj live in Sohangarh. Then he attacked Sohangarh on the day of Rakshabandhan itself. In this attack, elderly and young youth, including women and children, were crushed to death under their feet. Since then till today the people here do not celebrate Rakshabandhan.
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Mohammad Ghori has attacked many times before but he does not get success. His army would go blind as soon as they entered the village. In those days the protector of the village was the deity himself. On the day of Raksha Bandhan, the deities went to bathe in the Ganges. Mohammad Gauri came to know about this and attacked the village.
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Now celebrating the festival is a bad omen
It is a matter of one day that a son was born in a family of the village and the cow growing in their house had a calf. As soon as Rakshabandhan came, he tried to celebrate the festival of Rakshabandhan but an accident happened on the same day. After this no one wants to celebrate Rakshabandhan. Even today there are 8000 population of Chhabria gotra in this village but none of these people celebrate Rakshabandhan.
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