Hariyali Teej - Strengthen Your Conjugal Bond With Your Soulmate

Its time to enjoy lush green environment, melodious voice of women singing traditional songs, take those beautiful swings; as Hariyali Teej has knocked our doors. For all the women out there, no other day is as pious as today to attain marital bliss. Want to know how? Take out a few minutes and read further…

Hariyali Teej in 2014 is on July 30 in honor of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati.

Third day of Shrawan Shukla Paksha is popularly known as Hariyali Teej. The reason as to why Hariyali Teej has got immense meaning in our culture is its association with the union of divine couple, Shiva and Parvati. As the festival is quite famous; thus, it is also called as Choti Teej in some parts of the country and Madhusrava Tritiya in other regions. With cool rains everywhere and greenery spread in the environment, Hariyali Teej truly showcases its name.

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Hariyali Teej Is Celebrated In


Hariyali Teej is celebrated mainly in the states of:
  • Haryana
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Rajasthan
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Bihar
  • Jharkhand

A Day Devoted To Womanhood


Hariyali Teej is truly the festival of women and gives them an occasion to do everything a woman loves. Starting from applying Henna on their palms and feet to adorning the beautiful traditional jewelleries, Hariyali Teej is the day to enjoy all. Let’s take a quick looks on the rituals of this sacred day:
  • Goddess Parvati is worshipped by the married ladies
  • Women wear new clothes and look their best by flaunting their culture
  • Solah Shringar (wearing 16 ornaments) is an important part of this pious day
  • Newly married women visit their parent’s house to celebrate the day
  • Traditional songs are sung and swings are enjoyed by the women and young girls
  • Fast is observed by married ladies for well being of their conjugal life
  • Young girls observe fast to get an ideal soulmate
  • Blessings of elders are seeked by the women and girls
  • Presents (Sindhare/ Shrinjhara) are gifted to the married women by their in laws as a token of love

Jhulan Leela In Vrindavan


While Hariyali Teej is celebrated in honor of Maa Parvati across the country, it is the day to pray Lord Krishna in Vrindavan. Right from this day upto Janmashtami, it’s a call for some real celebrations here. In the world famous Banke Bihari temple, beautiful swings adorned with flowers are laid down and the deities are made to swing on them. This ritual is known as ‘Jhullan Leela’.

If you are looking forward to visit this holy city on this Hariyali Teej, don’t miss out watching Lord Krishna’s gold-ornamented swing which comes only once every year.

The Mythological Legend


Goddess Parvati was in love with Lord Shiva and wanted him as her soulmate forever. For this, she performed hard penance (Tapasya) and took birth 108 times. Her devotion and selfless love for the Lord pleased Shiva and he accepted her as his consort. As on that very same day was Teej of Sawan month, Goddess Parvati promised womanhood that every woman who will observe fast on this day will attain marital bliss.

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The day is very auspicious, as it is Hariyali Teej today. Along with this, people will also observe Swarn Gauri Vrat.

If you are married, don’t forget to wish Happy Fathers-In-Law Day to the man who gave you the ‘best life partner ever’.

Have a good day!

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