Teej Festival is famous as the “Festival of Swings” as the women tie swings on the branches of trees and take pleasures in swinging. The festival is observed in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh. There are also three types of Teej Festivals known as Kajari Teej, Hartalika Teej & Hariyali Teej.

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Teej includes a celebration completely devoted to consort of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati as it is whispered that they both reunited after many years on the third day of the month Shravan. It marks the oncoming of the heavy monsoons as that means prosperity as crops grow in the rains in the dry desert land of Jaipur.

In a few parts of the country, holy neem trees are also worshipped by women who gather in small clutches and perform the pooja under the direction of a priest.

Women dress in green saris to show greenery in the pink city during this season. It also mainly signifies marital bliss as women pray for health & wellness of their husbands to Goddess Parvati. They usually wear attire in rich vibrant colors and accessories to signify prosperity and freshness.

During the Teej Festival in Jaipur young girls and married women take out a colorful procession carrying a Goddess Teej Mata. First the idol of the goddess is dressed up in a colorful sari and accessories and then they take out the procession while chanting religious prayers. This is the best time to listen to the songs that the ladies sing while going on the procession. These are generally devotional songs dedicated to Goddess Parvati.

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