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Madhusrava Hariyali Teej
The word “Hariyali" means greenery (represents affluence, growth and prosperity). The auspicious day, Madhusrava Hariyali Teej is dedicated to Lord Mahadeva and Maa Parvati. Hariyali Teej is observed on the Tritiya (third day) of the Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight of the moon) in the month of August (‘Shravan’ Mahina) as per the Hindu lunar calendar.
Shravan month generally marks the start of rainy season, i.e. monsoon in India. It is believed that Goddess Parvati celebrated union with God Shiva in the pleasant green monsoon period after a long duration of separation. Therefore, Madhusrava Tritiya or Hariyali Teej is also known as Madhursravani.
Madhusrava Hariyali Teej Date & Timing
05 August / Friday
Tithi Starts 05-Aug-2016-01:55 AM
Tithi Ends 06-Aug-2016-02:41 AM
The Madhusrava Tritiya Festival is also famous as ‘Shravani Teej’, ‘Choti Teej’ and ‘Haryali Teej’. According to legend, it was on this auspicious day that Lord Mahadeva (Shiva) accepted Maa Parvati as his wife. Hindu mythology states that Goddess Parvati kept a strict fast to win back the heart of Lord Shiva. This festival is celebrated in regard to the keen devotion and love of Goddess Teejmata or Maa Parvathi towards Lord Shiva.
Hariyali Teej is a Teej Festival of women and it is celebrated by women with much adoration and devotion. The foremost significance of Hariyali Teej is that it helps to strengthen the relationship between married couples. It is said that whosoever worships Gauri also known as Teej mata or Mata Parvati on this auspicious day, will get divine blessings from her.
Married Women fast on Teej and offer fruits, flowers and other holy items to seek the blessings of Goddess Parvati for their husband's long life, good health and prosperity. While unmarried women who fast on Hariyali Teej do so to get a good husband of their choice.
Hariyali Teej is celebrated with great zeal in the north Indian states of Rajasthan, Punjab, Chandigarh and Haryana. In the state of Punjab, it is called as ‘Teeyan’ and in Rajasthan it is called as ‘Shingara Teej’.
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