2018 Hariyali Teej Date and Muhurt

Kajli Teej is celebrated on Krishna Paksha Tritiya, the third day of the month of Shravan. Kajli Teej is most popularly celebrated in a small district of Rajasthan called Bundi. In Bundi, Kajari Teej is celebrated on the third day of the month of ‘Bhadra’.

2018 Hariyali Teej Date

13th August 2018 Monday
  • Hariyali Teej
  • Kajari Teej
  • Hartalika Teej

Kajarai teej is celebrated in the North Indian Lunar month of Bhadrapud: the third day of the dark fortnight of Bhadrapada.Kajari teej is also called boorhi teej Hartalika is a combination of “harit” and “aalika” which means “abduction” and “female friend” respectively.

How to Celebrate Hariyali Teej

2018 Hariyali Teej, Date and Muhurt see above

On this day tidy your house and decorate it with ornamental flowers to make it look festive. Construct an earthen altar and place the idols of Lord Shiva, Shivalinga, Lord Ganesha, Goddess Parvati and her friends on it. After this perform a sixteen step ritual, ‘Shodash up char’ for the deities. The pujan for Hariyali Teej goes on for the whole night and in this duration women keep vigil at night and engage in devotional music and chanting. Various sweets and other delicacies are prepared at home to offer to Goddess Parvati. Fresh fruits and green vegetables are offered to the deity.

Sunrise12-Sep-2018 06:16 AM
Sunset12-Sep-2018 18:30 PM
Tritiya Tithi Starts11-Sep-2018 18:04 PM
Tritiya Tithi Ends12-Sep-2018 16:07 PM
Pratahkal Hartalika Puja Muhurat06:16 AM – 08:42 AM
Pradoshkal Hartalika Puja Muhurat18:30 PM – 16:07 PM


in 2018 Hariyali Teej, Date and Muhurt This is probably the only day in a year that allows women full freedom of expression. Consequently, women have traditionally used this occasion to express their pains and pang in the songs they sing while dancing. With the advancement of communication and awareness, women these days use this occasion to voice their concerns about social issues and discrimination against women.

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