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Hartalika Teej 2022: Nijala Teej Vrat Rituals, Worship Method and Shubh Muhurat

Hartalika Teej 2022: Every year, Lord Shankar’s devotees celebrate Hartalika Teej on Shukla Paksha’s 3rd day in the month of Bhadrapada with great devotion. If you are eager to observe the ‘Teej Vrat’ this year, stay tuned to this post on Money Niyantran till the end to know all about it Hartalika Teej 2022, its rituals, fasting methods and worship timings.

Hartalika Teej 2022 will be celebrated on 30th August, 2022 (Tuesday) in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. This Hindu festival is observed by doing ‘nirjala’ fasting and it is believed to bless us with good fortune. Both maidens and married women can observe the ‘Teej Vrat’ on this auspicious day and seek the blessings of Mata Parvati. Unmarried women fast to seek the partner of their dreams and married women celebrate Teej praying for the health and prosperity of their husbands.

Hartalika Teej 2022: Shubh Muhurat and Puja Timings

According to the Drik Panchang, Tritiya Tithi has already started on 29th August at 3:20 pm and will end on 30th Aug at 3:33 pm. So, the best time to pray is between 6:05 am and 8:38 am or between 6:33 pm and 8:51 pm.

Hartalika Teej 2022 Puja Vidhi: Dos and Don’ts

Here are some dos and don’ts to follow if you are celebrating Hartalika Teej 2022:

Hartalika Teej 2022

  1. The puja should be performed early morning after taking a bath and putting on fresh clothes.
  2. In the puja sthan place Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati and Lord Ganesha’s idols on banana leaves and do the puja sitting on a chowki.
  3. As per Hindu mythology, it is customary to first offer your prayers to Lord Ganesha, followed by performing the ‘aarti’ of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati.
  4. Distribute the Prasad and bhog only after offering it to the deities.
  5. On Hartalika Teej 2022 avoid wearing anything is black as it isn’t considered holy as per Hindu tradition.
  6. Unless there are health issues, ‘Teej Vrat’ should be observed without drinking even a sip of water.

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