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It is used to denigrate women who have dared to have physical relationship with a married man.
Widely used in popular television soaps and Bollywood to evoke a strong response – mainly from tradition-conforming housewives.
Woman :tumhare aur mere beech mein yeh kya rishtha (Give this relationship a name)
Married Man: I don't know but I love you.
Woman: Don't lie.Mein tumhare liye sirf ek rakhel hu (In your life,my designation is Rakhel)
Rahu kaal is the most inauspicious 90 minute duration of a day according to Hindu religious calendar.
Believers never begin any activity, which may include significant as much as insignificant activities, during that patch of time.
They believe, any undertaking at those hours meets certain failure or it may even lead to unforeseen and unrelated disasters striking them.
The custom is so deeply entrenched in the psyche of the community, even the faith-fence-sitters avoid beginning important endeavors in that time window.
I wouldn't be surprised if "Atheists conferences" and Scientific/Secular/Communists' projects and non-Hindu persons too follow this rule!
CategoriesFestivals and Religion
Terms referencing thisMarriage Season
Nephew: Sorry uncle...