Hariyali Teej 2023: Hariyali Teej will be celebrated on August 19, it is also called Shravani Teej. On this day married women fast for the long life of their husbands and worship Lord Shankar and Mother Parvati. At some places, unmarried girls also fast on Teej to get a suitable groom.
On Hariyali Teej, women along with their friends put a swing on the tree and celebrate the joy of this festival by singing folk songs of Sawan. Let’s learn from astrologer Dr. Anish Vyas, the auspicious time of Hariyali Teej, the correct worship method and complete information.
Very auspicious combination of yoga on Hariyali Teej
Astrologer Dr. Anish Vyas told that there will be Siddha Yoga on Hariyali Teej from morning till night 09:19. After this, Sadhya Yoga will be formed, which will remain till the morning of the next day. On the other hand, Ravi Yoga will start at 1:47 in the late night and will end at 5:53 am the next day on August 20. Apart from this, there is Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra on this day, which is from morning till late night at 01:47.
On this day, due to the combination of Moon, Mars and Venus in Virgo, Trigrahi Yoga will be formed, which will benefit the devotee in wealth and career. On the other hand, due to the combination of Sun and Mercury in Leo, Budhaditya Yoga will be formed. With the Siddha Yoga formed on this day, worship of fasts, mantras etc. will be proved.
Auspicious time for worship
Astrologer told that according to astrology, 3 auspicious times are being formed for the worship of Hariyali Teej. On this day you can worship from 07:30 to 09:08 in the morning. After this you can worship in auspicious time from 12:25 pm to 05:19 pm.
- Astrologer told On the day of Hariyali Teej, clean and decorate the house with toran and mandap.
- Make idols of Shivling, Shri Ganesh, Maa Parvati and their friends by mixing Ganges water in soil on a chowki.
- After making clay idols of all the Gods and Goddesses, collect all the ingredients of suhaag in a plate and offer it to Mother Parvati Do it.
- Offer clothes to Lord Shankar after Maa Parvati, after that worship Shodashopachar while meditating on the deities.
- At the end, the story of Hariyali Teej should be heard or read. The worship of Hariyali Teej fast lasts the whole night. Jagran and kirtan are also performed by women during this time.
Astrologer told that Hariyali Teej is considered a symbol of reunion of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. According to mythological beliefs, Maa Parvati did severe penance for 108 births to get Lord Shankar as her husband. After this harsh penance, Lord Shiva had accepted Mother Parvati as his wife. It is also said that this happened on the day of Hariyali Teej i.e. on Tritiya Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month.
Worshiping Lord Shankar and Mother Parvati on this day brings good luck to married women and long life to their husbands. On the day of Hariyali Teej, unmarried girls observe a fast to get the desired groom, while married women observe a waterless fast.
Use green color on Hariyali Teej
Green color has special importance on this day, so it is customary to wear green bangles along with green saree on this day. Green color is dear to Shiva, it is considered a symbol of good luck. This brings happiness in the family. By fasting on Hariyali Teej, women get unbroken good fortune. This festival is celebrated two days before Nag Panchami. On the day of Hariyali Teej, women fast and worship Lord Ganesha and Lord Shiva along with Goddess Parvati.
Symbol of union of Shiva-Shakti
Hariyali Teej Sawan is the most important festival of the month. Women wait for this day the whole year. Hariyali Teej is a festival of beauty and love. This festival is celebrated to commemorate the reunion of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. This festival is a festival to connect with nature. When the festival of Hariyali Teej comes, there is greenery everywhere. Trees and plants start to look bright. The festival of Hariyali Teej is celebrated on the third day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Shravan. Hariyali Teej or Shravani Teej is called Tritiya of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month.
This fast is special for the long life of the husband
Astrologer said that according to astrology, the Tritiya Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month is starting from 8:01 on Friday night of August 18 and will end at 10:19 on Saturday, August 19. The festival of Hariyali Teej is celebrated to commemorate the union of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. According to legend, this is the day when the goddess accepted Parvati as her wife after spending 107 births in penance of Shiva. By observing this fast, the husband of a woman gets the boon of long life.
Traditions of Hariyali Teej
- On the occasion of Hariyali Teej, women are called from their in-laws to their maiden homes. There is a tradition of celebrating Sinjara one day before Hariyali Teej. On this day, clothes, jewellery, make-up items, henna and sweets are sent to the newly married women from the in-laws’ side.
- Applying henna on the occasion of this Teej is considered very auspicious. Women and girls apply mehndi on their hands, as well as apply aalata on their feet on Hariyali Teej. This is considered to be a sign of married women’s marriage.
- On this day, women should wear only the clothes that come from their maternal home, and also use only the items of makeup that come from their maternal home.
- On the day of Hariyali Teej, married women give their mother-in-law suhagi by touching her feet. If there is no mother-in-law, then Suhaga can be given to sister-in-law or any other old woman. On this occasion, women worship Goddess Parvati with reverence and devotion by wearing makeup and new clothes.
- On the day of Hariyali Teej, women and unmarried girls swing on swings in the fields or gardens and dance to folk songs. This festival is considered very special for newly married women.
- The festival of Teej is celebrated three times in a year which are as follows: Hariyali Teej, Kajari Teej and Hartalika Teej.
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