Hariyali Teej

The third day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Shravan is called Hariyali Teej or Shravani Teej. According to the English calendar, the festival takes place in his July or August.

Teej Festival celebrates women and their reproductive spirit. As the monsoon season sets in, Mother Earth is covered with green-hued leaves and fragrant plants, and women dance enthusiastically to celebrate the bountiful life.

The day is celebrated across the country with cultural fairs and processions to bless the devotees of Goddess Parvati as they walk through the streets.

Married women have a special significance in the life of this festival as they represent the fertility, beauty and charm of mutual love and affection intended in the conjugal bond of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. I have.

Traditions Surrounding Hariyali Teej
For every newlywed, Sawan Teej is paramount. On the eve of Hariyali Teej, they are summoned by their parents to celebrate the festival with enthusiasm and fervor! The day begins with the tradition of giving clothes, jewelry, cosmetics, henna and sweets to daughters-in-law.
2. On this day, it is important to apply henna to the palms of girls. The intricate patterns and designs of palm henna bring joy to their faces. Applying a red liquid (artha) to the feet symbolizes the sacred marriage bond.
At Hariyali Teej, a woman touches her mother-in-law's feet to bless them and give gifts in return. If for some reason her mother-in-law is not there, she can do the same with her husband's sister-in-law or another elderly woman.
4. To worship Goddess Parvati, women are beautifully dressed, wearing beautifully decorated robes and jewels.
5 We enjoy this festival by swinging and playing in the green fields and enjoying the blessings of nature. Folk songs are sung, and women jump and dance to the tunes.

Buy an auspicious Gauri Shankar Rudraksha to fill your life with the blessings of Mahadev and Ma Parvati.