Hartalika Teej, Hariyali Teej, and Kajari Teej are three types of popular teej. All of these festivals take place throughout the Shravan and Bhadrapada months.
Married Hindu women fast for a day and pray to God Shiva and Goddess Parvati for a good married life on this auspicious day.
Hariyali Teej 2021: The auspicious Hariyali Teej falls on the Shukla Paksh's Tritiya tithi in the holy month of Shravan. According to the Panchang, the day will fall on August 11 this year. Married Hindu women fast for a day and pray to God Shiva and Goddess Parvati for a good married life on this auspicious day. Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, and Rajasthan are among the northern Indian states that commemorate this event. Hartalika Teej, Hariyali Teej, and Kajari Teej are three types of popular teej. All of these festivals take place throughout the Shravan and Bhadrapada months.
The auspicious Hariyali Teej tithi will begin on August 10, 06:05 pm, and end on August 11, 04:53 pm in 2021. Women who observe this fast bathe first thing in the morning and vow to keep the fast sincere. They do puja with rituals and break their fast at the shubh muhurta.
Lord Shankar was reunited with Goddess Parvati on this day, according to Hindu legend. Married women also go to their parents' house on this day, dressed in new clothing, usually a green saree with bangles and other jewellery. As part of shringaar, those who are fasting apply henna to their hands.
Swings are frequently decorated with flowers and other materials as part of the day's celebrations. Women who keep this fast, swing about on the swings and sing Teej melodies. Sindhara, a bucket of presents, is sent to the wedded daughter's residence as part of the day's ritual. It's full of gifts for her and her in-laws.
Hariyali Teej is also known as Shravana Teej or Chotti Teej on the day of the festival. The Kajari Teej, also known as the Badi Teej, takes place 15 days following this Teej.