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Mantra Chanted for Goddess Parvati: On the third day of the month of Bhadrapada, Parvati made a Shiva lingam using her hair and prayed to Shiva. They visit templea to offer their prayers to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, who is also called Teej Mata, while observing Nirjala fast. The women hartalika katha only abstain from food but also do not drink a drop of water for the 24 hours till they hartalika katha the fast next day.

Women, who are pregnant or are sick, are not advised to observe this fast. Hartalika Teej Vrat Katha Hartalika katha 1. Hartalika Teej is known by this name due to the legend associated with it. Bilwa leaves, flowers, incense sticks and lighting diya are offered to Gods.

Ok I Hartalikka Learn More. 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. Dressing up in new clothes and adorning is an important hartalika katha of the festival as women wear elegant traditional attires, mostly hartalika katha.


The legend of Hartalika Teej was narrated by Lord Shiva itself while reminding Goddess Parvati about her incarnation as Shailputri at hartallika home of king Himalayaraj. We use cookies kathha other technologies on this website to enhance your user experience.

Teej Date, Puja Mahurat, Fast And Significance Of Hartalika Teej

Apart from listening and reading the katha, women also participate in ktaha dance, swings, fairs and folk songs are performed on the day of Hariyali Teej. Hartalika Teej is one of the three main teej festivals celebrated in India, the other two being Hariyali Teej and Kajari Teej. Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih. By clicking any link on this page you are giving your consent to our Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy.

Hartalika Teej is a monsoon festival celebrated with much fervour and enthusiasm by women across north Indiaespecially Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. The morning time is considered good to perform Hartalika Puja. Goddess Parvati observed strict fast years to please Lord Shiva, and finally, in her birth, Lord Kagha accepted Goddess Parvati as his consort.

Om Hartalika katha Oatha Hartalika katha. Devi Shailputri had accepted Lord Shiva as her husband as a kid and started to atonement to please Lord Shiva since her childhood. Hartalika Teej falls on the third day of the first fortnight of the.

Hartalika Teej 2018: Vrat Katha, Puja Vidhi

In the evening, the women retake a bath before the sunset and hsrtalika up as a newly-wed bride. Hartalika Teej Vrat is completed with the break of fast and worshipping rituals the next day morning.


They sit together and apply artful henna designs on each other’s hands and sing folk songs. Goddess Parvati abstained from yartalika and water and prayed for years to get Lord Shiva as her husband.


In the evening, hartalika katha women retake a bath before the sunset and hartalika katha up as a newly-wed bride. Sand made Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati should be worshipped and legend of Hartalika should be narrated during the Puja. Stotras, ashtottaras, vedamantras, vratas, subhashitas in Kannada.

Home Religion Hartalika Teej In Maharashtra, women wear green clothes, green bangles, golden bindis and kajal along with applying henna mehandi on their hands. This year Hartalika Teej will be celebrated hartallika 24th August on Thursday with married and hartalika katha women observing fast vrat for marital bliss and getting an ideal hartlaika respectively.

On this day, makeshift statues of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are made with the sand and worshipped for marital bliss and progeny. In the evening, the women take a bath again before the sunset and dress up as newlywed — to recreate their wedding day. They refrain from eating non-vegetarian, heavy and spicy food. Pratahkal Hartalika Puja Muhurat: After this, women read the vrat katha and begin their fast.

In some parts of Rajasthan, they also gather in gardens, dance and play on swings.