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Hartalika Teej 2018: 5 Things You Need To Know About The Festival

India | Reuters | September 12, 2018, 10:44 am
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 On Hariyali Teej, married couples visit Lord Shiva and Parvati temples, offer red flowers, bhog, solah shringaar and pray for marital bliss from the epitome of loving relationship that Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are symbolized for. (Image: Reuters)

On Hariyali Teej, married couples visit Lord Shiva and Parvati temples, offer red flowers, bhog, solah shringaar and pray for marital bliss from the epitome of loving relationship that Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are symbolized for. (Image: Reuters)

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 The air is filled with traditional songs of Teej while women dressed in traditional clothes preferably green in colour wear bangles, mehndi (henna) and do 'Solah Shringaar'. (Image: Reuters)

The air is filled with traditional songs of Teej while women dressed in traditional clothes preferably green in colour wear bangles, mehndi (henna) and do 'Solah Shringaar'. (Image: Reuters)

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 Groups of girls and women gather around swings in rural India and enjoy the beautiful weather of 'Sawan' month. While there are special Teej Fests organized in urban hubs. (Image: Reuters)

Groups of girls and women gather around swings in rural India and enjoy the beautiful weather of 'Sawan' month. While there are special Teej Fests organized in urban hubs. (Image: Reuters)

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 Women fast during the day, dress up traditionally and offer prayer in the evening. (Image: Reuters)

Women fast during the day, dress up traditionally and offer prayer in the evening. (Image: Reuters)

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 Parents of married women often send a basket (known as Sindhara) of fruits, ghevar, mehndi and bangles to their daughters on Teej. (Image: Reuters)

Parents of married women often send a basket (known as Sindhara) of fruits, ghevar, mehndi and bangles to their daughters on Teej. (Image: Reuters)

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