Celebrated By: (Hindu)
Jaipur, the land that is constantly secured with the colors of fairs and celebrations, charms whoever encounters the heavenliness of fests. Celebration of each religion is praised with comparative energy and excellence, be it inviting or offering goodbye to a season, appealing to God for a sound life of the mate or whatever possible event so far as that is concerned. Each of these celebrations holds critical position in the lives of individuals of Jaipur. One can not just feel the enthusiasm of individuals throughout these celebrations, however can even witness the rich society of Rajasthan. Furthermore one such celebration is Teej, which falls in the storm months of July-August. On this event, wedded ladies go to Lord Shiva and Parvati to favor them with joyful and as far back as anyone can remember wedded life. Celebrated in and around Rajasthan this celebration of swings invites storm. The swings are decked with blooms and dangled from trees, ladies wearing green dress make cheerful and sing tunes. This celebration that symbolizes development proceeds for two days, ladies watch fasts for the long life of their spouses and men petition God for great rain and harvest.
As stated by mythology, it was the day when Goddess Parvati rejoined with Lord Shiva after a long detachment. It is said that whoever loves Parvati on this day, is lucky enough to get his/her cravings satisfied by her favors.
Ceremonies And Celebrations
On this day folks of wedded ladies send Sinjara to their girls, which is a blessing pack that incorporates bindi, vermilion, mehandi or henna, bangles, ghevar (an exceptional Rajasthani sweet) and lahariya (a multi-colored sari) as an image of their covertures. In the wake of tolerating those blessings sent by her guardian, the wedded women enhance themselves with henna, gems, wear lahariya sari and take thoroughly enjoy the festivals of this promising celebration of Teej. Fairs are directed on this celebration; parades are taken out from Tripolia entryway of this Pink City Jaipur. Passing through different markets, it closes at Chaugan Stadium. The symbol of Goddess Teej (incarnation of Goddess Parvati) is adorned by the regal groups of Jaipur, for the reasonable. Escort of enhanced elephants, stallions and camels are made to stroll before Goddess Teej's palanquin made of gold and silver. Different people moves are performed to the tunes of society melodies throughout this rally.