HARTALIKA TEEJ KATHA PDF

News Astrology Haryali Teej — significance and rituals. This story is from August 3, Hartalika Teej is an all women celebration and is celebrated to seek the blessings of Goddess Parvati. Like Karva Chauth, the festival is observed by women for the long life of their husbands.

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Teej is a major festival in Hinduism celebrated by married women in India. This year Hartalika Teej will be celebrated on 24th August on Thursday with married and single women observing fast vrat for marital bliss and getting an ideal husband respectively.

Goddess Parvati is also known as Teej Mata. Just like other significant Hindu festivals, worshippers follow fasting rules vrat vidhi to carry out Hartalika Teej puja vidhi rituals. Goddess Parvati observed strict fast years to please Lord Shiva, and finally, in her birth, Lord Shiva accepted Goddess Parvati as his consort. The women not only abstain from food but also do not drink a drop of water for the 24 hours till they break the fast next day.

Married women keep fasts for happiness in the marital relationship and long life of their husband. The unmarried ones observe the Hartalika fast to get a husband like Lord Shiva. The auspicious timings of Hartalika Teej Puja are in the morning which means the women get up early to take a holy bath, intended to purify their souls. Dressing up in new clothes and adorning is an important part of the festival as women wear elegant traditional attires, mostly sarees.

In Maharashtra, women wear green clothes, green bangles, golden bindis and kajal along with applying henna mehandi on their hands. In the evening, the women retake a bath before the sunset and dress up as a newly-wed bride. Bilwa leaves, flowers, incense sticks and lighting diya are offered to Gods.

Hartalika Teej Vrat is completed with the break of fast and worshipping rituals the next day morning. Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih. Devi Shailputri had accepted Lord Shiva as her husband as a kid and started to atonement to please Lord Shiva since her childhood. Parvati underwent penance for years to marry Shiva. On the third day of the month of Bhadrapada, Parvati made a Shiva lingam using her hair and prayed to Shiva. He was impressed and committed that he would marry her.

The legend of Hartalika Teej was narrated by Lord Shiva itself while reminding Goddess Parvati about her incarnation as Shailputri at the home of king Himalayaraj. Apart from listening and reading the katha, women also participate in special dance, swings, fairs and folk songs are performed on the day of Hariyali Teej.

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Hartalika Teej: Puja Vidhi, Vrat Katha and Importance

Hartalika Teej this is the most important one out of the three. Hartalika Teej is a festival celebrated by women to attain success and happiness in their marriage life. Most of the times, Hartalika Teej is performed one day before Ganesh Chaturthi. A number of states follow this ritual primarily in central and northern regions of the country. You may like: Types of Teej Festival. Hartalika Teej is named after the legend associated with it.

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Hartalika Teej 2018: Vrat Katha, Puja Vidhi

Teej is a major festival in Hinduism celebrated by married women in India. This year Hartalika Teej will be celebrated on 24th August on Thursday with married and single women observing fast vrat for marital bliss and getting an ideal husband respectively. Goddess Parvati is also known as Teej Mata. Just like other significant Hindu festivals, worshippers follow fasting rules vrat vidhi to carry out Hartalika Teej puja vidhi rituals. Goddess Parvati observed strict fast years to please Lord Shiva, and finally, in her birth, Lord Shiva accepted Goddess Parvati as his consort. The women not only abstain from food but also do not drink a drop of water for the 24 hours till they break the fast next day. Married women keep fasts for happiness in the marital relationship and long life of their husband.

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