Today on 9th September (Hartalika Teej on 9th September) is Hartalika Teej. Women across the country will observe the fast of Hartalika Teej today. This year a wonderful coincidence is being made on Hartalika Teej.
Raviyoga is being formed after 14 years. It is believed that by fasting and worshiping on this auspicious occasion, the wishes of the married people are fulfilled.
On this day, women get the desired boon by worshiping Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati according to the rituals by performing sixteen rings. Hartalika Teej is celebrated every year on Tritiya Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada. This year it will be celebrated on 9 September 2021.
This Teej fast is considered difficult
On this day, married women observe fasting and fasting for the long life of their husbands, for the happiness and prosperity of their children. Hartalika Teej is considered one of the most difficult fasts in Hinduism. It is believed that this fast is very auspicious.
After 14 years, Ravi Yoga on Hartalika Teej
After 14 years on Hartalika Teej, Ravi Yoga is being formed due to Chitra Nakshatra. This auspicious yoga will last from 2.30 pm on 9th September till 12.57 pm on the next day on 10th September.
The most auspicious time of worship of Hartalika Teej Vrat will be from 05:16 in the evening to 06:45 in the evening. The auspicious time will be from 06.45 to 08.12.
Know the importance of Hartalika Teej
By observing Hartalika Teej fast, husband gets long life. It is believed that if a unmarried girl observes this fast with respect and devotion, then she gets a suitable groom. By observing this fast, children also get happiness.
What is the method of worship
It is said that on the day of Hartalika Teej, Lord Shiva accepted Mother Parvati as his wife. Mother Parvati had done hard penance to get Lord Shiva, only after that Bholeshankar was able to meet her.
Since then, the fast of Hartalika Teej is kept for the wishes of the husband and long life. Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati are worshiped in Haritalika Teej.
First of all, make idols of all three with clay or sand (sand) and offer tilak to Lord Ganesha and offer Durva.
After this, offer flowers, Belpatra and Shamipatri to Lord Shiva, after offering clothes to the three deities, listen or read the Haritalika Teej fasting story.
After this, do the aarti of Lord Ganesha and after taking off the aarti of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati, offer bhog. Offer all the things of honey to Mata Parvati. Offer dhoti and non-stick to Lord Shiva.
After this, donate those things to the Brahmin. After worship, listen to the story of Teej and do night awakening.
In Hartalika Teej, the glory of Suhagin Shiva awakens the whole night by singing hymns and songs of Mata Parvati and Lord Ganesha.
The next day, after taking a bath in the morning and worshiping them properly, they immerse them in the Ganges river, pond or pot in their homes.