KAJARI TEEJ

 

Teej Vrat is observed by married ladies to pray for the lifespan of their husbands, while Teej Vrat is observed by yet-to-be married maidens to attract preferred life partners.
The Kajari Teej festival occurs four times a year, and this one is called Kajari Teej. Kajari Teej is observed on the third day of Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight) in the Hindu month of Bhadrapada, according to the Hindu calendar. Kajari Teej’s other names include Kajli Teej and Badi Teej. The occasion of Kajari Teej is regarded the most important for women among all other Teej days.

RITUALS ON KAJARI TEEJ

Ladies quick for the entire day subsequent to awakening before the dawn on this day. They notice the ceremonies with commitment and confidence. The ceremonies are committed to the Goddess Parvati. The association of Parvati with Lord Shiva is praised. Both Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva are revered upon the arrival of Kajari Teej.
Ladies went through this day together by singling the people tunes on this sacred event known as Kajris. The Kajari Teej is additionally polished by moving and sharing stories that they have experienced. The famous locales to sing the people are from Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
The fast is also observed by some unmarried girls. As the saying goes, this aids them in finding a husband of their choice. In Rajasthan, the celebration is known as Boorhi Teej and Badi Teej. In Bundi, Rajashan, a fair is also held to commemorate the Kajari Teej festival.

IMPORTANCE OF KAJARI TEEJ

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Kajari or Badi Teej is a well established celebration during which ladies visit their parental homes to take an interest in the festivals and perform different customs. For this reason the Kajari society tunes performed during the Badi Teej means the ladies’ sweet torment of short detachment from their spouses. They additionally perform quick to look for favors from Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva, who are the heavenly portrayal of a cheerfully hitched couple.
The expression “Kajari” started in society custom that depicts the anguish of a lady during a concise division from her significant other. The celebration has additionally been related with the rainstorm season. For Teej, ladies visit their parental home. They appeal to Shiva-Parvati and furthermore the Moon and neem tree. The Teej quick isn’t limited to wedded ladies just and unmarried ladies can likewise notice it for a soul mate of their longing.

DATE AND PANCHANG

Date: 14.08.2022
Tithi: Tritiya upto 22:41
Nakshatra: Purva Bhadrapada upto 21:52
Yoga: Sukarman upto 25:37
First Karana: Vanija upto 11:44
Second Karana: Vishti upto 22:41
Day: Sunday

 

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