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Thursday, 11 August 2022

Hariyali Teej on 2022: Date, puja timing and significance - all you need to know.

Hariyali Teej on 2022: Date, puja timing and significance - all you need to know.


On this day of  the Hariyali Teej, it is a believed Lord Shiva are accepted Goddess Parvati as his wife. The festival is a celebrated by a women of the mainly northern in a  India, where they are pray for in the long life and well being of their husbands and family members

The third day of  the Shukla Paksha is a celebrated as Hariyali Teej

Similar to the Karwa Chauth, Hariyali Teej is regarded as a significant event for a married women

Hariyali Teej is also known as a Shravani Teej, Choti Teej, and Madhusarva Teej

Hariyali Teej on 2022: A significant Hindu festival, in the auspicious occasion of the Hariyali Teej will be a celebrated on a July 31 this year. The colorful festival is a celebrated with a lot of the grandeur by a mainly women of the  North India. This Teej observes in the reunion of the Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. According to the Hindu mythology, Parvati followed a strict fast and went through a 108 lives, before she became Shiva's wife. On this day of  the Hariyali Teej, it is a believed Lord Shiva are accepted Goddess Parvati as his wife.  

Hariyali Teej on 2022: The celebrations

Similar to the Karwa Chauth, in this Teej is a regarded as a significant event for a married women.  Hariyali Teej is also known as a Shravani Teej, Choti Teej, and Madhusarva Teej. Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand are some of the states where Hariyali Teej is a celebrated. Women keep fast to the pray for in the long life and well-being of their husbands and family members. Many unmarried women also a fast, praying for a getting to a good husband. Many married women visit in their parents' homes on this day. Women usually wear green, lots of the colorful bangles, apply mehendi and regale in the festivities. 

Hariyali Teej on 2022: Date and Timing

The third day of the  Shukla Paksha is a celebrated as a Hariyali Teej. On July 31, Sunday, Hariyali Teej will be a celebrated in a India this year. The Tritiya Tithi will be begin at the 2:59 AM on July 31 and will be end at the  4:18 AM on August 1. Here are the auspicious timings of the day:

Brahma Muhurta: 4.18 AM - 5:00 AM

Godhuli Muhurta: 6:59 PM - 7:23 PM

Amrit Kalam: 11:43 AM - 01:28 PM

Nishita Muhurta: 12:07 AM, August 1 - 12:49 AM, August 1

Types of the Teej: 

There are three types of the  Teej — Hariyali, Kajari and Hartalika. The first one falls on the third day of the bright half of the lunar month of  the Shraavana or a Shravan. The second one on the third day of the dark fortnight of the  Bhadrapada while in the last one falls on the third day of the bright half of  the Bhadrapada.

Hariyali Teej: Meaning

Hariyali Teej derives it is name from a monsoons (Shraavan or Saawan) - a time when there is a greenery or a hariyali everywhere, therefore it is called a Haryali Teej.

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