Happy Teej: In the country of India, festivals like Krishna Janamashtami, Holi, Dusshera, Diwali, and Happy Teej is celebrated by Hindus throughout the country or even outside India.
Teej is considered as one of the best and most famous festivals that are celebrated in India and other countries by Indians.
The Teej Festival is celebrated in Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana, and many more. Even UP, Bihar, West Bengal, and other western states India celebrate this.
The Teej is celebrated by women and girls in India and other countries.
So how do women and girls celebrate Teej?
During the Teej Day, married women fast for their husband and perform other rituals for their husband so they could live a long, healthy, and happy life.
Women and girls dance together on Teej Day and they sing, play, and celebrate it together.
Usually, women and girls swing on swings that are decorated in villages or in their homes and invite other women so they can celebrate the day together.
Depending on where the celebrants live, women and girls wear suits, sarees, dresses, or lehengas that have bright colors, such as yellow, red, and green.
Women that are married pray to Lord Shiva and Parvati and ask the gods to give them a happy, healthy, and long married life.
On the day of the Teej, women and girls apply beautiful designs of Mehandi on their hands and feet to celebrate the day.
In case you guys did not know, there are three types of Teej Festivals in India, and they are celebrated during the monsoon seasons.
The three types of festivals are the Haryali Teej, the Hartalika Teej, and the Kajari Teej.
There are no major differences in the celebration of the festival, but they just happen to fall on different months and times throughout the monsoon season.