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When is Teej Celebrated?

Aug 23, 2017 under Culture and Tradition

Teej is celebrated on 3rd day of Bhadra Sukala Paksha (according to Nepali lunar calendar). It generally falls in late August or early September
Teej is traditionally dedicated to the Goddess Parvati,   remembering her union with Lord Shiva. It is a three-day-long celebration that combines splendid feasts as well as rigid fasting. 
Teej also welcomes and celebrates arrival of monsoon after a season of summer heat.

Tags: teej, haritalika, dar

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