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What is the date of Teej Festival 2021?

What is the date of Teej Festival 2021?

This year, it will be celebrated on August 25 (Wednesday). According to the Hindu Calendar, it is observed on Tritiya Tithi of Krishna Paksha in the month of Bhadrapada. The tithi will begin at 4:04 PM on August 24 and end at 4:18 PM the next day. Haryali Teej, or Chhoti Teej, was celebrated on August 11.

What is the timing of Hartalika TEEJ 2021?

September 9
The Hartalika Teej tithi will begin at 2:33 am on September 9 and will go on till 12:18 AM of September 10. There are two Shubh Muhurats for the day, the first one is between 06:03 am and 08:33 am on September 9 while the second one starts at 06:33 PM and ends at 08:51 PM on the same date.

What is Teej fasting?

Hartalika Teej 2021: According to panchag, Hartalika Teej is fast is undertaken on the third day of Shukla paksha of Bhadrapada month. This time the fast is on Thursday, September 9. Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati are worshipped on this day by rituals. Women fast for the long life and happiness of their husbands.

When can we eat fast in Hartalika Teej?

2. In this fast, women renounce water and food for 24 hours and eat only after the muhurat ends the next morning, after offering vermilion to Goddess Parvati.

What can you eat during Teej fast?

Here are a few foods that are prepared to celebrate the festival of Hartalika Teej. To make this traditional delicacy, knead a dough and keep it aside. Next, prepare a delicious stuffing with coconut, jaggery, dry fruit and nuts. Take small dough balls, make small puris and add the stuffing, seal the corners.

Who is Hartalika of Ganpati?

On the sudden disappearance of Goddess Parvati, her father thought that someone has kidnaped his daughter. Hence this day is known as Hartalika or Haritalika. As legend goes, Goddess Parvati did severe penance in the forest to please Lord Shiva.

Can we sleep in Hartalika Teej?

Unmarried girls keep the fast and pray to Goddess Parvati in hope to get good husbands. Hartalika Teej Vrat is observed by both married and unmarried women. Some even maintain nirjala vrata (without water) on these three days and refrain from sleep all the three days.

When can I break Hartalika fast?

It is believed that this fast was first observed by Mother Parvati to get Lord Shiva as her husband. The fast of Hartalika Teej is kept nirjala that means that women do not even drink water throughout the day. After worshipping in the evening, women break their fast and take food and water the next day.

Can unmarried girl keep Teej fast?

The festivities include day-long fasting, puja of Lord Shiva and Parvati and prayers. However, not only married women but even unmarried girls observe the fast.

Can we drink water in Teej fast?

Try to avoid some major mistakes during Hartalika Teej Vrat: You must fast and worship the Gods according to the instructions of Hartalika Teej once a year. most women wait till the next day to drink water, unless there are medical or health reasons. Avoud drinking water on the day of fast.

Who can do TEEJ VRAT?

Hindu ladies who are married wish for a long life for their husbands on this festival. Not only married, but unmarried girls too can keep this fast. Each year, Haritalika Teej is observed during the Shukla Paksha of Bhadra month. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are worshiped throughout these three-day Hindu festival.

How can we keep TEEJ VRAT?

Rise early (preferably at Brahma Muhurat – about two hours before sunrise) and take a bath. Wear fresh and clean clothes (do for an ethnic attire like a saree or a Ghaghra choli). Married women must maintain celibacy on the day of Vrat. Then do Sankalpa by taking the names of Mahadev and Mata Parvati.

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